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10-04-20, 01:29 PM
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Posted By GotToGo

The state of the apple tree is... GOOD!

Did some pruning as per the documentation provided and I have had a bumper crop of large apples this year.
Pie anyone?

I can't thank you enough.
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Posted By GotToGo

Solved

Well, the mower slowly died while using it.
I did some checking and I had no spark so I replaced the coil, again.
It definitely starts and runs better now.
Must of been a bad coil to begin with.
08-08-20, 10:18 PM
Replies: 9
Views: 221
Posted By GotToGo

My guess would be lack of air flow due to the fan...

My guess would be lack of air flow due to the fan not running due to a bad capacitor.
08-08-20, 08:33 PM
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Posted By GotToGo

Yes, the high pressure switch. Overheating would...

Yes, the high pressure switch. Overheating would be one reason for it to trip.
08-08-20, 07:38 PM
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Posted By GotToGo

That did it! Back up and running. Thanks...

That did it!
Back up and running.
Thanks guys!!!
08-08-20, 07:31 PM
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Posted By GotToGo

Sorry for the delay, it was dinner time! ...

Sorry for the delay, it was dinner time!

Yes, I manually triggered the contactor. So the motor appears to be ok. Unless I installed a bad capacitor, it must be something else. Maybe the contactor...
08-08-20, 04:24 PM
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Posted By GotToGo

Outside AC Question

Hi Guys,

Well, you might have guessed, my AC quit working. Blowing warm air.
Checked outside and the fan wasn't turning. Yay.

I manually engaged the switch at the unit and the fan did NOT...
04-26-20, 04:07 PM
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Views: 398
Posted By GotToGo

First, thanks for the links! Second, I...

First, thanks for the links!

Second, I pruned some of those vertical branches a year or two ago. That's it.
04-24-20, 03:40 PM
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Posted By GotToGo

State of my apple tree

Hi All,
I got this dwarf golden delicious tree about 7 years ago. It has produced fruit every year.
As you can see, its in the blossom stage.
But note how it mostly blossoms on the lower "droopy"...
03-15-20, 09:15 AM
Replies: 23
Views: 552
Posted By GotToGo

1/2in all thread. I was going to use 3/8 but the...

1/2in all thread. I was going to use 3/8 but the holes in the bracket were quite large. 1/2in fit perfectly.
03-14-20, 08:09 PM
Replies: 23
Views: 552
Posted By GotToGo

Got it all hooked up and installed today! I'm a...

Got it all hooked up and installed today!
I'm a little surprised, not that "I" did it (well maybe a little), but that this little heater works rather well.
After 5 minutes I saw a 1 degree increase...
03-06-20, 07:33 PM
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Views: 552
Posted By GotToGo

Thanks Tolyn, I'll look into it. Patten,...

Thanks Tolyn, I'll look into it.

Patten, I'll consider that too.
03-06-20, 12:55 PM
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Views: 552
Posted By GotToGo

It does, but I don't want it on the ceiling. ...

It does, but I don't want it on the ceiling.

I'll take a look at your suggestions Zor. Thanks!
03-06-20, 08:53 AM
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Views: 552
Posted By GotToGo

Yes, the wiring is all 10 and I'm using all 30a...

Yes, the wiring is all 10 and I'm using all 30a parts.

Well, chains would have been easier. :)

I'll keep looking.
03-05-20, 07:35 PM
Replies: 23
Views: 552
Posted By GotToGo

First let me say thanks for all the help. I...

First let me say thanks for all the help.
I have a plan and I'm waiting on parts to ship.
But there is something else I could use some suggestions on.
I don't want to mount this heater on the...
03-01-20, 12:49 PM
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Views: 552
Posted By GotToGo

Yeah, I figured I should probably check it before...

Yeah, I figured I should probably check it before I start.
03-01-20, 12:43 PM
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Views: 552
Posted By GotToGo

I did a little checking today. The existing...

I did a little checking today. The existing outlet is a 20A on a 30A breaker.
It should be easy to swap in a 30A outlet.
My only concern is the wiring from the box to the outlet.
They wouldn't...
02-29-20, 07:29 PM
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Views: 552
Posted By GotToGo

Sounds like a good idea! ...

Sounds like a good idea!




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02-29-20, 06:14 PM
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Views: 552
Posted By GotToGo

Ahhhhhhhhh, that is some good info. Thanks!

Ahhhhhhhhh, that is some good info.
Thanks!
02-29-20, 12:37 PM
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Views: 552
Posted By GotToGo

No, I planned on mounting it in the corner where...

No, I planned on mounting it in the corner where the outlet is.

Thanks!
02-29-20, 12:14 PM
Replies: 23
Views: 552
Posted By GotToGo

Garage Heater Wiring

Hi All,
I was looking at this garage heater at Home Depot.
Instead of direct wiring it, can I put a plug on it and just plug it into the 220 outlet in my garage?

HEATER...
Replies: 6
Views: 268
Posted By GotToGo

Yes, I used a light film on install. But my goal...

Yes, I used a light film on install. But my goal is to avoid buying the new unit.
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Views: 268
Posted By GotToGo

(A glob of grease will not work at least not for...

(A glob of grease will not work at least not for any amount of time.)
Yeah, that's kinda why I'm here. Looking for other ideas. :)

(I do not see just a replacement O-ring in the parts so where...
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Views: 268
Posted By GotToGo

I really didn't think all that would be needed...

I really didn't think all that would be needed for a leaky o-ring.
But its the turbidity sensor on a KitchenAid KDFE304DBL0.
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Views: 268
Posted By GotToGo

Dishwasher Leak

Hi Guys,

I have a sensor in the underside assembly that's leaking (slow).
I replaced the o-ring but it still leaks. Any ideas on how to seal it?
Maybe a giant glob grease? :)
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