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06-27-20, 09:43 AM
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Posted By Indiana627

Thanks everyone for the help. Project complete!

Thanks everyone for the help. Project complete!
06-27-20, 08:33 AM
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Posted By Indiana627

OK. Since the new dimmer has pigtails coming off...

OK. Since the new dimmer has pigtails coming off of it (no screws), just cut out that loop of exposed wire on 1 of the current black wires?
06-27-20, 08:29 AM
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Posted By Indiana627

Here's how the old ceiling light was wired (I...

Here's how the old ceiling light was wired (I changed the light yesterday). I connected the new light the same way and it works fine. Now want to change the dimmer....
06-27-20, 08:10 AM
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Posted By Indiana627

Connecting single pole dimmer switch to 2 black and 1 red wires

Hi,

I want to replace an old rotary style dimmer switch in my dinning room with a Lutron Sunnata dimmer. There is just 1 switch that controls the dinning room light; it does not control any...
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Views: 278
Posted By Indiana627

Would this be a good lubricant to use? ...

Would this be a good lubricant to use?

https://www.sprayon.com/product/lu910-food-grade-silicone-lubricant/
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Posted By Indiana627

OK thanks I'll give PAM or a generic version a...

OK thanks I'll give PAM or a generic version a try. Unfortunately the hinges are not visible but I'll do my best to get the spray on them.
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Posted By Indiana627

Awesome! Thank you! I live in NY state so no...

Awesome! Thank you! I live in NY state so no Menards here for me to have checked. And I had checked the M-D site and didn't find it there either. Thanks again!
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Posted By Indiana627

I couldn't find this style anywhere in stores or...

I couldn't find this style anywhere in stores or online. Is there a particular name for it?
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Posted By Indiana627

Oven door squeaks

Our Maytag oven door squeaks real bad when opening it - especially when it's hot from the oven being in use. But given how hot it gets I'm not sure what lubricant would be safe to use to stop the...
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Posted By Indiana627

1970s style door sill weatherstripping

Hello,

My house was built in 1970 and has the original exterior doors still. On the door sill is a metal strip about 1.5" wide that houses a rubber bubble seal that the door would sit over when...
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Posted By Indiana627

OK thanks everyone. Just called a local paint...

OK thanks everyone. Just called a local paint store and plan to stop in there this week.
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Posted By Indiana627

Thanks for the quick replies. I found the Gardz...

Thanks for the quick replies. I found the Gardz at https://www.rustoleum.com/product-catalog/consumer-brands/zinsser/primer-sealers/gardz-problem-surface-sealer/. But I see it too is water based. I...
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Posted By Indiana627

Proper way to paint after removing wallpaper and glue

We've removed a lot of wallpaper and the underlying glue from our 1970 house and have the walls pretty much down to the original texted plaster. Now we want to paint. Everything we read was to use an...
03-12-19, 01:34 PM
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Posted By Indiana627

I contacted Swanstone and they said they do not...

I contacted Swanstone and they said they do not make custom pans. How good are Onyx shower systems?
03-11-19, 05:16 AM
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Posted By Indiana627

Swanstone shower with panels on all 4 sides

Hello,

We're planning to remodel our 1970s master bath. Currently there's a 34" x 34" shower stall that we plan to make 34"x 60" walk in shower by removing a linen closet in the kids bathroom that...
11-15-18, 09:56 AM
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Posted By Indiana627

Thanks AllanJ, I'll look into those. joed -...

Thanks AllanJ, I'll look into those.

joed - due to lack of access below in the basement, I have to drill down from the closet, then feed a wire down to the basement and grab it with a hook....
11-15-18, 04:56 AM
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Views: 955
Posted By Indiana627

Double sided junction box?

Hello,

I'm going to be moving soon. In order to run coax and network cables to where I want them (and where they were never installed in this house), I will have to drill a hole in a closet floor...
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Posted By Indiana627

Technician came out today. Power is fine to the...

Technician came out today. Power is fine to the unit. The controller went bad. Too much to repair it so we'll be getting a new one. Thanks for the help.
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Posted By Indiana627

I did take the toe kick off and then the...

I did take the toe kick off and then the connection box cover in the front right and all the wires in there are still connected and looked fine. The breaker was not tripped and I turned it off and...
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Posted By Indiana627

Bosch dishwasher stopped mid-cycle and now won't turn on

Hello,

I've got a 10-12 year old Bosch dishwasher model SHE44C02UC/22 that has worked great up until now. But 2 nights ago it stopped mid-cycle leaving water in the bottom and now I can't get it...
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Posted By Indiana627

Exactly - even water drains very slowly through...

Exactly - even water drains very slowly through this baffle!
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Posted By Indiana627

It just had one rubber baffle - the one that you...

It just had one rubber baffle - the one that you push down from the sink and is visible. If i remove it there would just be a big hole directly into the disposal. No food goes down into the disposal...
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Views: 1,154
Posted By Indiana627

Installed the new disposal Saturday afternoon....

Installed the new disposal Saturday afternoon. All went well and it works great and is MUCH quieter than the old one. My only complaint is the rubber baffle does not allow any food to go into the...
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Views: 1,154
Posted By Indiana627

OK good to know. I won't need a cord as my...

OK good to know. I won't need a cord as my current one is hardwired directly to wall switch. I assume I can connect this new one the same by reusing existing metal encased wire right?
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Views: 1,154
Posted By Indiana627

Brian, Thanks for the advice. What do you...

Brian,

Thanks for the advice. What do you think of this one: Shop InSinkErator 3/4-HP Garbage Disposal at Lowes.com...
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