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11-17-11, 03:54 PM
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Posted By johnner1999

Thanks for all the help... I ordered a transfer...

Thanks for all the help... I ordered a transfer switch from Amazon (http://www.amazon.com/Reliance-Controls-Transfer-Switch-Kit/dp/B000BQN4T2/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1321573662&sr=8-1) which I think...
11-08-11, 03:53 PM
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Posted By johnner1999

Thanks again -- so I see one model on Amazon LPG...

Thanks again -- so I see one model on Amazon LPG 3500w unit (green) and it says it outputs a clean Sine Wave power ideal for sensitive electronics? Anyone know if they are talking out of their ___,...
11-06-11, 03:02 PM
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Posted By johnner1999

Speaking about propane - how viable is it to be...

Speaking about propane - how viable is it to be used in cold cold winters... at times it hits zero zero in parts of the country. And I really want this setup in case we lose power in the winter...
11-03-11, 06:06 AM
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Posted By johnner1999

Thanks for the info -- I included a photo if it...

Thanks for the info -- I included a photo if it had a listing of power draw; I wasn't sure what was needed and didn't want to leave anything off.

I wanted a Honda 2000w or Yamaha 2000w ranged...
11-02-11, 08:39 PM
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Posted By johnner1999

if this helps I took a few photos of the burner,...

if this helps I took a few photos of the burner, which is what I assume draws the most power.... it does have a circulator (pumps the water to to the baseboards) I'll check the specs on that as well....
11-02-11, 08:19 PM
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Posted By johnner1999

thanks for the reply -- I should have given more...

thanks for the reply -- I should have given more details. Luckily I have city water which works with out power :-) And we have very little in the fridge (don't eat meat and buy groceries in small...
11-02-11, 04:37 PM
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Posted By johnner1999

An other generator question - should be simple

Cutting to the chase


I'm looking to size a generator to power my oil fired furnace which is used with baseboard radiator on 2 floors. In a 1600sqft raised ranch. Also would like power my tv...
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Posted By johnner1999

how to replace broken fluorescent lampholders

we have two fluorescent light boxes in our finished basement.... (they look like they belong in a office - nothing fancy - each has four tubes and the "cheap" plastic cover that swings down - not...
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Posted By johnner1999

Rob C -- thanks for the info and drawing. ...

Rob C -- thanks for the info and drawing.

my house is not big nor complex shape; its about 2000sqft and each longest side (where cutters are placed being the same sides) is about 60ft each. ...
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Posted By johnner1999

Need to have new gutters and down spouts installed...

I'm having new gutters installed finally - its on a simple new england raised ranch with just straights no extra peaks or "mini" roofs near the center.

My biggest question (besides how much LOL)...
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Posted By johnner1999

Less then 1 year old dishwasher and gritty?

We have a Frigidaire dishwasher GLD2445RFB that has been working great... but last few loads have been gritty when finished? we just ran a clean set of plates that have that grit feeling - still...
07-13-08, 05:40 AM
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Posted By johnner1999

coil dry mode on mini split system?

question -- what does the coil dry actually do on the inside air units? The manual states it helps to control "mold" growth BUT doesn't remove any mold that might in the system?

actually my...
07-13-08, 05:31 AM
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Posted By johnner1999

We just went through this same dilemma - central...

We just went through this same dilemma - central AC or Mini Split system. Also have a typical New England home with baseboard heat.

Long story short - we elected to go with a mini split...
06-25-08, 04:55 AM
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Posted By johnner1999

Thanks I'll try that most I'd say 90% are...

Thanks I'll try that

most I'd say 90% are stuck pretty good the ones that came up had almost no "glue residue" left behind and when we put down the replacements in the areas that needed it those...
06-24-08, 04:40 PM
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Posted By johnner1999

have a raised ranch - wanting to install new floors in basement

We have a 1985'ish raised ranch style home with half of the basement underground or so?

We have a painted cement floor (water lock type paint?) and peel-n-stick tiles on top of that. We liked...
06-02-08, 04:39 AM
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Views: 4,620
Posted By johnner1999

My install was $8,000.00 complete including...

My install was $8,000.00 complete including electrical work; three inside units 2 @ 9k and 1 @ 14k.

as far as the length on mine the max for all lines combined is 230 feet each one can be a max...
05-31-08, 05:17 PM
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Posted By johnner1999

Yeah the heat pump side of the system actually...

Yeah the heat pump side of the system actually sold me on it. The person I used was about $900 higher then the least expensive place and oddly enough was about $2000 less then one person who was...
04-18-08, 08:16 PM
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Views: 4,620
Posted By johnner1999

Just wanted to post what I finally did - I know...

Just wanted to post what I finally did - I know its a pain when you help someone and they never follow-up...

This week I had a ductless system installed - Fujistsu which also has built-in heat...
04-01-08, 07:23 PM
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Posted By johnner1999

Yup - 2 - 12k unit in the living room and master...

Yup - 2 - 12k unit in the living room and master bed a single 9k units in basement. The hvac person is coming over again to see if we need a 12k or the next size up; he said he typically tries to...
04-01-08, 06:32 PM
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Views: 4,620
Posted By johnner1999

I've almost made up my mind on one installer -...

I've almost made up my mind on one installer - offered a fair price (not the lowest) on a 3 unit mini-split system. He uses Fujitsu units and the model he picked also has a heat option. Which might...
04-01-08, 06:28 PM
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Posted By johnner1999

correct - i'd love it if we had forced air...

correct - i'd love it if we had forced air heat... but over here in CT they seem to install baseboard heat (hot water)
03-30-08, 07:28 PM
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Views: 4,620
Posted By johnner1999

Jay - sorry I thought it showed my location. ...

Jay - sorry I thought it showed my location. (fixed)... I'm in the northen part of Connecticut. Its not Florida or Texas -- but last few years it has been getting hotter longer and more humid then...
03-30-08, 07:15 PM
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Views: 4,620
Posted By johnner1999

I am sorry for ignorance - but why is it so much...

I am sorry for ignorance - but why is it so much more? The price of the hardware seems less (at least from on line stores, but I'll buy locally) and the actual installation seems easier too. at...
03-30-08, 05:32 PM
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Views: 4,620
Posted By johnner1999

So you have seen my house.... LOL I guess all...

So you have seen my house.... LOL I guess all raised ranches are teh same huh :-) Which is actually I like ours (I grew up in a RR)

Yeah the main living room is all at one end and is very...
03-30-08, 12:56 PM
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Views: 4,620
Posted By johnner1999

new to central are or ductless and need help...

I have been reading through some older posts but I wanted to ask a new questions...
We have a raised ranch style home in CT (2 floors - one above ground and the basement half exposed) its about...
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