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Understood and thanks very much.

Understood and thanks very much.
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The buzzing was still there without playing...

The buzzing was still there without playing anything. I found the source to be any three prong plug, plugged in. The strange thing was that I had tried to get rid of the buzz previously by using a...
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It's not in the recording as I said in my post I...

It's not in the recording as I said in my post I realize that, any ideas how to get rid of the feedback?
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Home Studio help

Hi, I'm not sure if this is the correct forum but I couldn't really find a forum other than computers that fit this description.

I was hoping for some help with my home studio, I'm running Pro...
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draining air compressor

Hi GregH,
After reading the string on air compressors, I have a few questions. I just purchased a Craftsman 919.167620 33 gal 1.6 hp [email protected] AND [email protected] PSIGIs- it best to leave the drain valve...
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Thanks-was able to slip it in when handle was in...

Thanks-was able to slip it in when handle was in the down, brake engaged position. Regards, Bob.
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install echo cs-346 sprocket guard spring?

Hello. How can I compress the small lever spring at the top of the brake band set-up for the the trip mechanism. Thanks, Regards, Bob.
05-29-07, 08:48 AM
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Thanks Jay. Sorry about the time lag. I really...

Thanks Jay. Sorry about the time lag. I really like your motto. Regards, Bob.
02-07-07, 07:52 AM
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attic high effeceincy furnace frozen condensate

Two forced 90% h/e hot air units in a cold attic were blowing cold. The tech replaced the flame rod in each unit and said the condensate was frozen. There is about 15' of pvc that runs out to a...
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Can't get back to the house for a few weeks. ...

Can't get back to the house for a few weeks. Hope to check back with you then. Thanks for the "heads up." Regards, Bob.
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slimy and slippery patio blocks

Is there a "once-and-for-all" way to deal with slimy and slippery patio blocks without getting rid of them? Thanks. Regards, Bob.
08-14-06, 01:34 PM
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Thanks for the answer! Regards, Bob

Thanks for the answer!

Regards,
Bob
08-14-06, 12:01 PM
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Sheetrock paper loose at wall alongside tub

I posted my question to interior walls and ceilings but wonder if it belongs here?
What are the correct steps to get back to a finish coat of paint if I had to remove a 3" by 10" vertical strip of...
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Titan deadbolt part that holds plug and body together

Hi. Had a Titan deadbolt rekeyed at a homecenter and the guy couldn't get the last step done. The hairpin type push on pin to hold the little retaining "key" that keeps the plug and body from...
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The paint is tight and there is no flaking....

The paint is tight and there is no flaking. Regards, Bob.
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Thanks. Would that be by hand or by some machine?

Thanks. Would that be by hand or by some machine?
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removing paint from basement block

Basement block wall gets damp in places when it rains and there is some mildew smell. I'll redirect run- off and pull some shrubs. I'd like to remove two coats of latex paint from basement block and...
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Thanks, Guys. Originals are NGK platinums, twin...

Thanks, Guys. Originals are NGK platinums, twin ground. 80k miles and they are still looking good. Regards, Bob.
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plugs for a '98 Camry

Which plugs (brand or type) are best for a '98 Camry? Thanks, Bob.
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Check with majakdragon. I would guess it has to...

Check with majakdragon. I would guess it has to be unsoldered. Regards, Bob.
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Thick wax ring or waxless gasket? Thanks. ...

Thick wax ring or waxless gasket? Thanks. Regards, Bob.
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Is the metal flange soldered to the copper bend?

Is the metal flange soldered to the copper bend?
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Thanks. Had to rock the bowl free, but it didn't...

Thanks. Had to rock the bowl free, but it didn't break any tiles. Rubber mallet and putty knife to get caulk off floor and bowl. Found the metal flange cocked. Floor tiles are cut around it and...
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Acrylic Caulking at base of toilet

How do you break the seal when the acrylic caulking at the base of the toilet to the ceramic tile is so hard a strong knife won't cut through it?

Thanks for any suggestions!

Thanks,
Bob
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