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Hey anyone. Is this the perma white you were...

Hey anyone. Is this the perma white you were refering to. Its listed as a prime. I just want to make sure that this is a finish paint. Click Here Perma-White 1-Gal. Semi Gloss Primer-203280 at The...
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Thanks marksr. I know it is overkill to use blue...

Thanks marksr. I know it is overkill to use blue board but it wasn't very expensive.($35.00 for the whole bathroom)
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OK. I just thought that i could just tape an mud...

OK. I just thought that i could just tape an mud the seams using joint compound, then prime and paint. Please help me.....
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I just read that blue board is meant for...

I just read that blue board is meant for plastering first then paint. I better be able to just prime and paint or someone at hd will be in trouble
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Priming and painting new blue board bathroom ceiling

Hello guys. I have just finished installing my new bathroom ceiling using blueboard. I will be installing the exhaust fan soon. Do you guys have any recomendations on what kind of primer and paint i...
03-05-12, 04:32 PM
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The strips are 2 and 1/4 inches

The strips are 2 and 1/4 inches
03-05-12, 03:23 PM
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The strips are 2 and 1/4 inches.

The strips are 2 and 1/4 inches.
03-05-12, 02:12 PM
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attaching drywall greenboard to existing furling strips

Hey guys. I just got done taking down my bathroom ceiling which was stapled tile. My question is can i install 1/2 inch drywall greanboard to the existing furling strips. The furling strips are 3/4...
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Thanks Gunguy. I have a brick home and this is...

Thanks Gunguy. I have a brick home and this is the best that i came up with.
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I'm hoping this is the right section for this...

I'm hoping this is the right section for this post. I have included a link with a picture of exactly what i'm talking about. Creative Homeowner - Dream ~ Design ~ Create....
03-04-12, 04:33 PM
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I second what Tolyn states. Your ground cannot be...

I second what Tolyn states. Your ground cannot be grounded to the neutral bar if the picture is a sub panel. You must buy a grounding bar and correct this. I also would replace the recepticles
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bathroom fan exhaust routing

Hello guys. I currently have my bathroom ceiling all torn down and am about to buy an exhaust fan with light. The bathroom had an old exhaust fan which wasn't vented. I wanted to post a drawing of...
07-25-10, 12:38 PM
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You could consider doing away with the switch and...

You could consider doing away with the switch and then going with a switch receptacle(receptacle on top and switch on bottom) in the box where your receptacle is. you could also do away with the...
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Roper spinning problems

Hello guys. I'm having a problem with my roper washer not spinning my clothes out. I decided to investigate so I kept the lid open during a complete cycle. Here is what i see. The machine...
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towing with bumper

Hello Guys. I have a 2002 gmc Sonoma 4x4 with a step tow bumper. I am planning on getting a boat off a friend and would like to know if instead of installing a frame hitch maybe i could just put a...
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Hey guys. Thanks for all the help. I took the...

Hey guys. Thanks for all the help. I took the boiler apart and it was pretty self explanatory. I cleaned the thing thoroughly while i had it apart. I also changed the nozzle and filter as well as...
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Mabye i've said it wrong all along. My original...

Mabye i've said it wrong all along. My original post was for a firebox. I probably meant liner. Thanks for clearing that up furd. Now my next question. I have three pieces. one goes in the back and...
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Now you have me wondering. The furnace is an old...

Now you have me wondering. The furnace is an old oil slantfin. The invoice says that the one for the back is called a slantfin rear target wall and the ones for the front are called front combustion...
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There are three pieces. one goes in the back and...

There are three pieces. one goes in the back and it appears that two go together in the front. The pieces are very light weight. They seem to be made out of fire retardent material kind of like a...
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Fire Box

Hello. I have a slant/fin 78 series oil furnace. I would like to replace the firebox. The new box consists of three pieces. The outer cover to the furnace looks like it's held on by 7 bolts. My...
09-23-08, 09:59 AM
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Just to add food for thought. Everyone should use...

Just to add food for thought. Everyone should use common sense, however the Three year old isn't thinking about common sense when he gets out of the tub soaking wet and decides that he can blowdry...
09-22-08, 08:26 PM
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Bingo! I found a loose connection in one of...

Bingo! I found a loose connection in one of those hard to find out of the way junction boxes. While searching the problem I encountered several other problems as well. Ungrounded metal boxes, too...
09-15-08, 10:56 PM
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Like i said Thanks. I've been doing this...

Like i said Thanks. I've been doing this seriously for 4years now. It's nice to still be reminded of the basics like what you said "Just make sure you turn off the circuit you are working." One of...
09-15-08, 10:28 PM
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Hey french. Thanks. Here comes that teddious task...

Hey french. Thanks. Here comes that teddious task of finding a loose connection again. I'll let ya know how it turns out. I can't work on it again til next Monday.
09-15-08, 10:07 PM
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No its not a switch loop. It's a middle line run....

No its not a switch loop. It's a middle line run. I obtained the neutral wire from the pigtail in the back of the box. Just two black wires at the switch. The incomming hot and the outgoing black to...
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