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09-15-20, 02:17 PM
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Thank you, I expected that but wanted to ask.

Thank you, I expected that but wanted to ask.
09-15-20, 11:41 AM
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Manual Aerator

Does anyone believe in the liquid aerators as an option. I cannot believe they will work.
07-06-20, 09:50 AM
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Views: 247
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It was an older fixture with an outlet. Thank...

It was an older fixture with an outlet. Thank you for the input.
07-02-20, 02:03 PM
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Views: 247
Posted By mcapella

Ground Wire

Replaced a bathroom light and found the ground wire connected to the 2 white wires. I did not attach the ground wire back to the whites when replacing the light. I think I know the answer but...
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Views: 294
Posted By mcapella

Thank you for the advice.

Thank you for the advice.
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Views: 294
Posted By mcapella

Key Fob

Our second key to a 2010 Buick Lacrosse has been lost. Before we end up stick somewhere I would like to have it replaced. I know we can buy the Fob online and figure I could get it programmed...
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Views: 230
Posted By mcapella

Thank you for the information.

Thank you for the information.
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Views: 230
Posted By mcapella

Thank you for the response and I assume that...

Thank you for the response and I assume that right hand threads are removed by turning counter clockwise.
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Views: 230
Posted By mcapella

Tub spout and shower stem

Have a two part question. Have never replaced either but think I know how. On a tub spout that has the diverter built in by pulling the knob up, how little water should come out of the spout...
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Views: 325
Posted By mcapella

Yes I should have read the instructions but in an...

Yes I should have read the instructions but in an effort to be complete quicker I just assembled it as it had been. I have learned my lesson.
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Views: 325
Posted By mcapella

Thank you for the input but last night I did have...

Thank you for the input but last night I did have to tighten the wing nuts slightly from the weekend because of very minimal water leakage. Forgive me for the added paranoid question but if I did...
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Views: 478
Posted By mcapella

Thank you for all the input. I will play with...

Thank you for all the input. I will play with the antennae this weekend.
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Views: 478
Posted By mcapella

Did call them and they did not have an...

Did call them and they did not have an explanation either. Guess and hope it gets back to normal before I get cable again.
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Views: 478
Posted By mcapella

Thank you for the information. How long do you...

Thank you for the information. How long do you think it would/could take. Wife may call for cable soon if it continues.
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Views: 325
Posted By mcapella

I was also worried about the pressure on the tank...

I was also worried about the pressure on the tank thinking the washer and nut on the underside would help prevent the tank from cracking.
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Views: 478
Posted By mcapella

TV antenna question

Hope this is the best forum for my question. We use an antennae and have for the last 6 years. One of the numbered stations (3 total) now will randomly not come in even though it has until the...
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Views: 325
Posted By mcapella

Toilet to tank bolts

I just replaced the gasket between my toilet and tank and went ahead and replaced the bolts. The version I had did not have the washer and nut on the underside of the tank but now I realize the...
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Views: 639
Posted By mcapella

Thank you, glad to hear that.

Thank you, glad to hear that.
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Views: 639
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Soffit vent direction

My soffit vents face out although I have read on several sites that the fins should face towards the house. It seems like it would allow more airflow. How bad is this.
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Views: 1,247
Posted By mcapella

Thats what I was afraid of. A plumber came out...

Thats what I was afraid of. A plumber came out and just replaced the putty or whatever it was. Thought maybe that was how it was in 1957.
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Posted By mcapella

Flush Valve

Have a toilet where the flush valve is installed with some sort of putty. The toilet is original to the house, 1957. Is this ever OK not having it secured with a nut.
05-06-19, 02:11 PM
Replies: 2
Views: 536
Posted By mcapella

Thank you we will see if we can get it worked...

Thank you we will see if we can get it worked out. If it fails, do you know the name of the plank flooring that comes together with one strip of adhesive between planks but is actually flexible and...
05-06-19, 08:31 AM
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Views: 536
Posted By mcapella

Asbestos Problem

Took up carpet in new home to my brother to find 9X9 tiles with a little unevenness in the floor of basement with 6 1/2 foot ceilings. Did not want to add plywood because we did not want to raise...
04-30-19, 09:00 AM
Replies: 3
Views: 404
Posted By mcapella

We do have an access in the front yard so I could...

We do have an access in the front yard so I could apply it there with limited water. Two years ago plumbers snaked it and found roots. Not having issues but they determined that our access to...
04-29-19, 02:06 PM
Replies: 3
Views: 404
Posted By mcapella

Roots in pipe

What is the opinion about the root kill powders. Their effectiveness and any danger to pipes.
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