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Unhappy 97 HHR Key Fob Doesn't work

97 HHR Key Fob Doesn't work Where do you get batteries ?
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Question Hampton Bay Florescent Replace ballast ?

I have a Hampton Bay Bathroom wall mount Florescent..it requiresF18DBX type bulb which is a compact florescent with a specific plug in type base...very specific. The light works intermittently but...
08-13-09, 01:52 PM
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Baseboard and "Rounded Corner" drywall

We have remodeled our house using the rounded corners....now we are ready to put the baseboard back in. How do you do the outside corners so that you don't have the gap at the corner ?
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Help on wiring small boat trailer

I have a small boat trailer ...it has 3 wire Black green red harness...anyone know which color usually goes to what ?
03-07-09, 05:10 AM
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Do I need this plumbing vent

I am remodeling an older house. There is a 2" pipe, apparantly a vent that is going from a Ga drain line in the basement out to an outside wall where there is an elbow torn down toward the...
03-07-09, 04:57 AM
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Removing Ceramic towel rack

Those towel racks are pretty standard...they usually fit in 1/2 of a 4.25 x 4.25 tile space.

Wear protective goggles and gloves Protect the toilet, tub, sink etc. then take a hammer and wack it on...
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Can you use a small belt sander instead of the large drum sander ?

I have a 50 year old oak floor, original finish pretty much worn off in many places. A Drum sander scares me...I have a larger belt sander 3" x 21" ....I know I can use this, I know it will take...
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Remove the tile...but the "Moisture problem" ?

I would vote for scraping down to the concrete....wear safety equipment...use a hammer to wack dead center on the tiles...they will break into pieces...depending on the bond this may be totally...
01-18-09, 04:51 AM
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Extensive patching on heavily textured ceiling

I have removed some walls and soffits in a kitchen that had heavily textured ceiling...that "star Burst" pattern that was achieved by smashing a circular sponge into a heavy ceiling spackle...

I...
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MerCruiser 3.0 Rough Idle after New Carb put on

Long story...moter woul "Diesel" badly when shut off...my mechanic said that he read this was a needle valve in carb problem, we dicussed rebuild -vs- put on a new carb...we put on anew cardb. Came...
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I sold my Tahoe to my son...

He still has the problrm but recently read that it's an ignition signal problem and both the ingnition switch and a wiring harness must be cjhanged at the same time...if you believe that.
12-29-07, 05:49 AM
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Help ! I Need Some old style Knotty Pine

I had some termite damage and I need about 2-3 old stly knotty pine baords to put my wall back together. I have searched locally..no good...internet...no good...so far...can you help ?

It is the...
10-23-07, 01:47 PM
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Trying to eliminate Jack Post

In my basement I have a a beam 21 feet long, made of three 2 x 10's supported about 1/2 way with a jack post. I want to eliminate the jack post.

Can anyone tell me if and how I can put...
03-01-07, 01:35 PM
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OLD Toilet; SLOW flush

We rent an office and in order to fully flush the toilet you have to hold down the handle...everything spins round and round until the water nears the rim then it flushes all down quite nicely. the...
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What is the PCM ?

Jchevguy replied to investigate the PCM....is this the Power Control Module ? It may be this as it seems that the dashboard gets wacky at the same time the transmission seems to go into nuetral. Is...
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Unhappy 96 Tahoe Transmission question Slipping When hot

I have a 96 Tahoe 4 x 4. 265K miles Had new transmssion 80K ago.

When just started this tahoe runs great, no problems. When it getshot you will be driving along and it will seem like the...
11-15-06, 12:41 PM
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Dacor flame problems

It is a natural gas cooktop, I have a 1/2 line running to it.

What do you mean by W/C ?
11-15-06, 12:30 PM
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Low flames on gas cooktop

I just bought a used (but in new condition) Dacor GGC304 four burner gas cooktop. I installed a new gas pressure regulator and have since double checked to be certain taht it was the correct one.
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Whole house filter location question

I have a small whole house water filter (cartridge type) and I installed it in the incoming well water line BEFORE the air pressure tank. A friend said it should be installed past the air pressure...
10-02-05, 10:31 AM
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Golf cart path down a hill...need advise

I just bought a lake house and there is a golf cart path down the hill to the dock. The path was made with a very deep sand base with about 2 inches of gravel on top. My equipment tends to spin and...
09-24-05, 08:34 AM
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Please settle an arguement on Thermostat settings

We work it a 2000 sq ft office with forced air (gas) heating and electric A/C

We work 8-6

I like to turn the system off in the evening back on in the morning to save $$$ but my son said that...
07-17-05, 04:48 AM
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Vinyl Cove Base

What is the proper way to do inside and outside corners using vinyl cove base ?
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Mercruiser 3.0 Power tilt problem

My Mercruiser 3.0 (on a 1996 Bayliner) will lower just fine but a just get a "click" when I try to raise the motor. I've been told it is prbably the lift solenoid. Any chance on getting...
08-26-04, 05:26 AM
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Gfi Problems

The circuit is new. I am using a GFI receptical as the test unit. I can plug other things into it without a problem.

I do have an anomally I've discovered. I have a ceiling fan wired into this...
08-26-04, 04:25 AM
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GFI problem

I have a new basement receptical circuit...in testing it when I connect to a GFI breaker the circuit trips off. If I connect to a regular breaker there is no problem and using a plug in tester every...
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