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Bah, that's what I thought, but of course I...

Bah, that's what I thought, but of course I thought of it after I broke off the tab on the neutral side :wall:
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Not sure about the manganese but this may be an...

Not sure about the manganese but this may be an alternate for the water hardness. There are great reviews all over the web for this
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In the diagram below, do I only remove the one...

In the diagram below, do I only remove the one tab from the black (power) side and leave the neutral side one as is?
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I have the older Genie Accelerator model which...

I have the older Genie Accelerator model which was a screw drive that opened 2x the speed of typical door openers. I do love that feature which allows me to press the button at the inside entrance...
02-14-17, 09:17 PM
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Basically you would build the structure with a...

Basically you would build the structure with a 2x4 (or 2x6 depending on the existing wall structure) horizontal on the ground and nailed into the concrete. You would then use 2x4 structures to build...
02-14-17, 08:02 AM
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The issue of designer is that you usually use a...

The issue of designer is that you usually use a landscape designer for the outdoors and more of an architect/builder for the building design. Sometimes you would be able to find one that can do both...
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Putting a magnet on may cause recir of the...

Putting a magnet on may cause recir of the humidity from the vent. You are probably better of putting a stick on felt pad on the flap itself so that when it does bang, it is more muffled. Easier...
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ok, one more update. I tested the Thermistor in...

ok, one more update. I tested the Thermistor in a pot of hot water and had the readings move from 24ohm to 12 so that looks fine. I also tested the High temp limit thermoset and that seemed to have...
02-09-17, 11:10 AM
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Is the flashing LEDs in a regular pattern? If...

Is the flashing LEDs in a regular pattern? If so, have you checked to see if that is actually a feature of the LED set that you purchased? There may be a button on the wire that moves it from solid...
02-07-17, 07:32 AM
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You other option, which may not be to your...

You other option, which may not be to your liking, is to let the furnace fan run. I have left my furnace fan in the on position since I moved into the house (10+ years). The fan helps with overall...
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ok, so I've been testing the dishwasher and it...

ok, so I've been testing the dishwasher and it will occasionally complete a cycle then not complete a cycle. Does anyone have a picture of how to locate and remove the Thermistor. I think that's...
02-01-17, 10:09 AM
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Agree, the 2x4's you want to add will only cause...

Agree, the 2x4's you want to add will only cause the roof truss (the 45 deg ones) to sag at the point of contact. You would be better off laminating a new set of 2x4 or 2x6 beams from either end and...
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Agree with the screws, not nails comment. Also...

Agree with the screws, not nails comment. Also given the salt water (or Bromine?) of the spa, you might want to consider using a composite decking material as it will hold up better than PT or Cedar...
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Those anchors are designed for wood to concrete...

Those anchors are designed for wood to concrete connection so using the 2x4 should be fine. You do not need a larger washer unless you stick with only the resin shed floor.
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Got it, that makes more sense. Thanks!

Got it, that makes more sense. Thanks!
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Posted By Superdaves

Actually I meant Knee Braces. You can use the...

Actually I meant Knee Braces. You can use the 2x8's or 10's to do that

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As for the joist hangers, you can use something like the Simpsons Strong Ties or just toe nail the joists into the...
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One option is to use a material like Trex. They...

One option is to use a material like Trex. They have rim boards up to 10" wide that would be easy to bend around corners.
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Also, just to note in the design, you don't...

Also, just to note in the design, you don't really have beams, you have rim joists attached to the posts via bolts with joists in between. That's really not a good way to create a structure,...
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I built something similar for my above ground...

I built something similar for my above ground pool so that I had a nice entrance way. I would make a few recommendations regarding size. If you have the space, consider going wider (ie 8' instead...
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Thanks for your response. In that diagram, the...

Thanks for your response. In that diagram, the power in has a third wire? Or is that supposed to represent the ground
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The purchaser just needs to provide their...

The purchaser just needs to provide their employee number with the school board and the purchase can go thru no problem. I picked up a the win 10 version with no issues. The board I used had a...
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If you are looking to upgrade to windows 10, try...

If you are looking to upgrade to windows 10, try seeking out a teacher as they have access to purchase win10 under an education provision for $25. Full version, e-download.
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The other issue you may have is whether or not...

The other issue you may have is whether or not the Thompson's sticks effectively in all areas (especially the low use areas). I have patterned concrete and I've found that using the builders sealer...
01-30-17, 10:18 AM
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Posted By Superdaves

I would remove the grout first since when you...

I would remove the grout first since when you move from a non grouted area to a grouted area, the bead of caulk that you put down could have different profiles.
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76566 That's what's listed inside the...

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That's what's listed inside the machine. It's roughly 10 years old and I've had this problem before however it used to get fixed (somehow) by just cleaning out the drain from debris. Thanks!
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