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09-29-09, 07:01 PM
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Posted By nicstefa

Standing Gas Pipe (Moved Post)

Hey All,

Need some help. I'm redoing a kitchen and I am installing a standing gas pipe for the new gas range. I want to position the standing gas pipe for the oven supply before I button up the...
08-26-09, 11:15 AM
Replies: 7
Views: 745
Posted By nicstefa

Thanks all. I'm going to give my electric...

Thanks all. I'm going to give my electric company a call a try to get them to re-evaluate the situation. I just want to hear some opionon from you guys before I call them. Because I'm sure, the...
08-26-09, 07:51 AM
Replies: 7
Views: 745
Posted By nicstefa

Thanks For the quick response. And sorry about...

Thanks For the quick response. And sorry about the run on paragraph.

The two apartments used to be on a single 100A service. Clearly not enough. The new service is a single 200A drop that...
08-26-09, 06:31 AM
Replies: 7
Views: 745
Posted By nicstefa

Help Dimming Lights

Hey all,

Have a question and need some help. I have a duplex in NJ. The duplex was on a common utility and I recently had the service split. I had all the service done professionally and I then...
08-18-09, 05:22 AM
Replies: 3
Views: 579
Posted By nicstefa

Thanks

HVAC Retired,

Wow that is alot of data. I'm going to borrow some thermocouples from work and collect as much information as I can. Stay tuned.
08-17-09, 07:20 AM
Replies: 3
Views: 579
Posted By nicstefa

New AC System

Hi all. I had a new AC system installed about 3 months ago. Ive been remodeling the rest of the apartment and have no turned it on until now. Right now no one is living in the apartment so I want...
04-07-09, 07:54 AM
Replies: 4
Views: 1,063
Posted By nicstefa

Intresting Problem

All,

I recently re-did a bath room. I put an exhaust fan/light fixture inside the shower stall. According to NJ code, I had to put this fixutre on a GFI protected circuit. OK, no big deal. I...
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Views: 1,828
Posted By nicstefa

OK. Boiler bypass it is. But what do you...

OK. Boiler bypass it is. But what do you recommend for the mains. I need to run a new main for the 2nd floor zone. Like I said, the 2nd floor radiators are feed with 3/4" supply and return lines...
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Views: 1,828
Posted By nicstefa

Understood. There is currently no by pass in the...

Understood. There is currently no by pass in the system. When I empty the system to redo the plumbing for another zone, I will plumb in a by pass. Should I do a boiler by pass or a system by pass?...
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Views: 1,828
Posted By nicstefa

Pictures

Sorry this took so long guys. I tried to detail the pipes the best I could. And sorry for all the back round clutter. My mother is a bit of a pack rat.
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Posted By nicstefa

I will get pictures together asap. However it...

I will get pictures together asap. However it may take a few days. Thanks guys. Stay tuned.
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Views: 1,828
Posted By nicstefa

Furd and Rbeck, Thanks to both of you for...

Furd and Rbeck,

Thanks to both of you for the responses. Sorry it took so long to respond. I've been busy with my own house, and this has sort of dropped to the bottom of my priority list. ...
Replies: 14
Views: 1,828
Posted By nicstefa

What is a boiler by pass? How does it work?...

What is a boiler by pass? How does it work? Where is it installed?

I will get the specs on the boiler when I get home. Is it possible that the temperature on the boiler is set to high??? Also,...
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Views: 1,828
Posted By nicstefa

Thanks for the reponse, I would say that the...

Thanks for the reponse,

I would say that the basement space is realitivly unconditioned. So there is likely some heat loss going on. However I do take note to your point about the boiler being a...
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Views: 1,828
Posted By nicstefa

Gravity System Conversion

Hi All,

First order of business. I'm looking at redoing the supply and return piping for the radiators in my mom's house. It is an old gravity system with 4" mains. The reason that I have...
07-16-08, 09:52 PM
Replies: 4
Views: 6,393
Posted By nicstefa

Splitting Service in Duplex

Hi All Need Some Info,

I am currently remodeling a duplex in Southern NJ. The duplex used to be one a single service, gas and electric. I currently do not have the upstairs apartment rented and...
Replies: 2
Views: 147,604
Posted By nicstefa

Concrete vs. Mortar vs. Cement vs. Grout

Can someone please give a breif explination of the differences between concrete, cement, mortar, and grout.

I have an old cinder block basement that I'm trying to do some repair on and can not...
Replies: 5
Views: 2,084
Posted By nicstefa

Sorry didn't mean to confuse you. I called them...

Sorry didn't mean to confuse you. I called them convectors but they are really not convectors. They are more like radiators but they have fins. I guess I never really understood why radiators are...
Replies: 5
Views: 2,084
Posted By nicstefa

Balancing valves and Pex Tubing

Hey all,

I have two unrelated questions.

1.) What is the best way to balance a hydronic heating system? I have eight convectors in my system. Alot of the runs from the boiler are different...
Replies: 7
Views: 865
Posted By nicstefa

Nope. I already tried that. I called Toshiba to...

Nope. I already tried that. I called Toshiba to see if they load an image at when they build the machine. And it turns out they do not. They give you a hard copy recovery disk with the machine.
Replies: 7
Views: 865
Posted By nicstefa

Hard drive is 80 GB. Drive letter assigned is C:...

Hard drive is 80 GB. Drive letter assigned is C:

No other drives are present.
Replies: 7
Views: 865
Posted By nicstefa

Some One Help!

I need some help. I purchased a new lap top. Toshiba L45-S7409. I like the machine for the most part. The hardware provided in the system was worth the price. The bad part however was that I...
Replies: 19
Views: 1,125
Posted By nicstefa

NJ Trop and Who

NJ Trooper,

The LWCO is a Gaurd Dog.

Who,

I'm not sure what you mean. Could you please elaborate.
Replies: 19
Views: 1,125
Posted By nicstefa

Thanks Guys

Great information. I really appreciate it. I already have the low water cut off in place. So I think I'm gonna leave the fill valve off. And I'm going to stick with the manual bleeders. How...
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Views: 1,125
Posted By nicstefa

New system, I have a couple questions

Hey all. New to this fourm. I read through for a while and it seems like this forum contains alot of good info and its members are very knowledgeable and helpful. So here it goes.

I recently...
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