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Posted By makocz

cabinet filler that folds over

I need to put a filler of about 3"W and was wondering what would be a way to install it, so it folds over inwards, so one can access main box if necessary. Showing pictures of general idea but open...
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Posted By makocz

Thank you so much guys...jumps and same baseboard...

Thank you so much guys...jumps and same baseboard it is :) I was just afraid such a huge baseboard might look odd is small closets.

Anyone can share pictures of their jumps and baseboards ideas?
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08-02-17, 11:15 AM
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Posted By makocz

Thank you for clarification. The home deport...

Thank you for clarification. The home deport person recommended that to me but I wasn't sure.I really appreciate. Work box it is.
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Posted By makocz

Should I install same baseboard in the closet

I have 5"H very decorative baseboard all around my apartment, adding now to the room that has a closet with out doors, (might install sliding door rail on top in the future or just leave it open) ....
08-02-17, 08:38 AM
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Posted By makocz

I was looking at this. Tyco Electronics...

I was looking at this.

Tyco Electronics Romex Splice Kit 3 Wire, 1/Clam-CPGI-208169-2 - The Home Depot

I know it doesn't have much popularity votes, but I went through net, and saw it's even...
08-02-17, 08:35 AM
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Posted By makocz

I was looking at this. Tyco Electronics...

I was looking at this.

Tyco Electronics Romex Splice Kit 3 Wire, 1/Clam-CPGI-208169-2 - The Home Depot...
08-02-17, 06:00 AM
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Posted By makocz

Buying connectors 300V for 600V romex

I have quick question. I have a romex 14 cable with 600V on it. I'm sure I have nowhere near 600V in my house, since all appliances run on 220.
Anyhow, I need to buy connectors and other things but...
08-01-17, 11:36 AM
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Posted By makocz

yes you right. I was just hoping I could use...

yes you right. I was just hoping I could use something smaller to seal or extend wires than work box.

so these won't work

BISR1/0 - Burndy - Splice Kits | Galco Industrial Electronics...
08-01-17, 10:49 AM
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Posted By makocz

Thanks. just one more silly question (I'm a...

Thanks. just one more silly question (I'm a layman).
To seal it in work box with wire nuts, I would connect same color wires from both cables right?
08-01-17, 06:29 AM
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Posted By makocz

Closing off outlet with two 14/wg wires

During renovations I found outlet in the wall (just covered by drywall), fully functional with 2 white power wires in. Now I have 2 approaches I need help and advice with- mark I am layman :)

1....
08-18-16, 02:38 PM
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Posted By makocz

I kept sneaking and pumping and it went. Thank...

I kept sneaking and pumping and it went. Thank you again!
08-17-16, 05:50 PM
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Posted By makocz

Thanks. I tried to snake it few times, even...

Thanks. I tried to snake it few times, even opened the ventilation cap, but it seems snake goes in either line but not straight down to drain under
08-17-16, 12:34 PM
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Posted By makocz

A (connects directly to rubber hose) is extension...

A (connects directly to rubber hose) is extension of E and connects to C (C ends with admittance valve that I took off now, and yes seems water is there, but goes straight down and should connect to...
08-17-16, 11:22 AM
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Posted By makocz

Red face so it connects to the pipe from outside and...

so it connects to the pipe from outside and connects with cross like {ventilate open pipe (i have the cap just for cleaning took off), down to drain, side pipe I am not sure where it goes.

Once...
08-17-16, 05:55 AM
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Posted By makocz

yes, I am fairly sure that other neighbours are...

yes, I am fairly sure that other neighbours are also facing this issue. so far I got this pomp https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003GC8NEE/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o06_s04?ie=UTF8&psc=1 and I am...
08-17-16, 05:52 AM
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Posted By makocz

Where do I stick the gun's attachment (sorry just...

Where do I stick the gun's attachment (sorry just wondering for best results, if you can attach picture or point it out here to which pipe). So I shouldn't try to suck the way out at all just try to...
08-16-16, 06:47 AM
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Posted By makocz

Residential hvac condensation problem

SO I live in a condo and I have water based a/c. Since last week, the water gathers in the tray and later in the pan. I know summer has been really hot and probably all people in the building are...
02-19-16, 07:11 AM
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Posted By makocz

Thank you, will try that :) I do appreciate your...

Thank you, will try that :) I do appreciate your time and guidance!
02-18-16, 07:31 AM
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Posted By makocz

yes, I think this is the problem but how to...

yes, I think this is the problem but how to repair it? I just changed the actuator to new one but problem persists. I am thinking of putting the new changeover switch that measures temperature.
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02-17-16, 09:25 AM
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Posted By makocz

A/c unit built plan

A/c unit built plan. Thermostat used in is tac erie t155 series, works with
ERIE AG13B020 NORMALLY CLOSED ACTUATOR, ON/OFF, 120V and temperature sensor
02-17-16, 09:21 AM
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Posted By makocz

I have a feeling the temperature sensor might be...

I have a feeling the temperature sensor might be the issue. I found old picture on the net showing how to attach sensor, and it shows attaching it to the motor of actuator first and later blower....
02-17-16, 09:14 AM
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Posted By makocz

updated pictures

Here's the whole thing, built to order, used erie valve and TAC thermostat
02-17-16, 07:13 AM
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Posted By makocz

I will post more pictures of whole model, just...

I will post more pictures of whole model, just quick question.
Could the temperature sensor (round thing) be the problem alone? Should it be connected with one of the cables, with the actuator...
02-16-16, 07:57 PM
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Posted By makocz

Residential hvac heating problem (water based)

I had a new ac built to order that replaced my old one 3 years ago. Right after warranty was off (2 years in) a/c started to act wierd. During winters from time to time, it starts to blow cold air...
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