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Thumbs up Thanks PJMax - I'd never heard of that company...

Thanks PJMax - I'd never heard of that company or their products but it sounds just like what I'm looking for! Thanks as well to manden for the testing suggestion - I will definitely do that!
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Posted By Larry2c

New stove control decals

The stove control decals on our Samsung oven are worn off to the point they are really difficult to read (I didn't think we cleaned that much!). Because two of the burners are multi element types...
05-16-19, 06:53 PM
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Posted By Larry2c

I've attached the pdf version of the design. If...

I've attached the pdf version of the design. If that doesn't show up well, I can try getting a picture of the full size plan.
05-16-19, 05:09 PM
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Posted By Larry2c

corrugated metal roofing raised bed question

We have a terrible problem with gophers around here so once we're done with the landscape renewal to our back yard I'm thinking of building a couple 4 X 8 above ground garden boxes (the added height...
05-16-19, 11:36 AM
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Posted By Larry2c

Installing drip system for new backyard landscape

Hi all - we are redoing our backyard by removing all the turf and going with a "desert" style landscape. There will be lots of succulents, native shrubs and a few citrus trees. Part of the plan is...
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Posted By Larry2c

This may be way off the mark but I had a leak...

This may be way off the mark but I had a leak that I couldn't find the source for as well. In the end it turned out to be that the caulk around the plumbing vents had dried out and the water ran down...
12-16-10, 02:12 PM
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Posted By Larry2c

Thank you all for your replies (and a special...

Thank you all for your replies (and a special thanks to Nestor for the detail on how things work - that put my mind at ease on my resoldered joint)

Well, after two days of soldering and cussing...
12-14-10, 07:07 PM
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Posted By Larry2c

Thanks for the feedback folks. I've done a good...

Thanks for the feedback folks. I've done a good bit of soldering in the past but it was always adding something on and not putting a new line in between two existing lines.

Funny you mention the...
12-14-10, 01:49 PM
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Posted By Larry2c

Question on soldering fittings on copper pipe

I am getting ready to start the installation of copper pipe in my hot water line rerouting. In some cases, it will be easier to solder the fitting on to one pipe and then on to another. Are there any...
12-05-10, 09:51 AM
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Posted By Larry2c

So when I look at the info on the pex pipes, it...

So when I look at the info on the pex pipes, it looks like I would need to buy a few tools. Would the only tools I need be a cutting tool and a crimping tool? Is the "Vanguard" pex pipe they sell at...
12-04-10, 10:20 PM
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Posted By Larry2c

I guess I'm not familiar with pex but wasn't...

I guess I'm not familiar with pex but wasn't there a lot of issues with plastic pipe in days gone by? I don't want to trade one leak for another...
12-04-10, 03:13 PM
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Posted By Larry2c

Interesting.... I just had Nu Flow (a different...

Interesting.... I just had Nu Flow (a different independent company) give me an estimate for coating my pipes to fix a leak in the hot water line. The price sort of floored me and after talking to a...
12-04-10, 10:00 AM
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Posted By Larry2c

best pipe to use for hot water reroute/repipe?

I found out the other day that I have a slab leak. I had a guy from a leak detector company come out and map out my system and find the leak. I have two areas serviced by the system, two bathrooms...
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