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Thanks for the reply, but please explain the...

Thanks for the reply, but please explain the terminology of "checking".
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Bar top

I'm building a bar top out of ponderosa pine. I'll be using a 2x12 and 2x8 joining on the long edge. My plan is to use a biscuit joiner as well as gorilla glue along the entire edge. The biscuits...
09-07-20, 02:35 PM
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Zorfdt....Studor pg 30 explanation doesn't look...

Zorfdt....Studor pg 30 explanation doesn't look too complicated. Basically looks like the venting goes back into the main sewer with the AAV attached midway on the riser pipe. Thanks for the info.
09-06-20, 09:05 PM
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Thanks for the information - very interesting. ...

Thanks for the information - very interesting.
#1 - yes, I'm using an 1.5" discharge pipe so I'll install the AAV vent under the sink.
#2 - I'll get those instructions printed off from Studor's...
09-06-20, 03:05 PM
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I've not bought the pump yet, but I have seen...

I've not bought the pump yet, but I have seen youtube videos of the lid with 3 holes. The reason why I raised this question was that the pump will be around 10' away from the bar sink. Would it...
09-06-20, 12:09 PM
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Air Admittance Valve (AAV)

I am installing a bar sink in a finished basement and also a utility sink in the unfinished portion of the basement. Both will drain into a drain pump kit. The pump will lift the water up into the...
09-04-20, 07:23 AM
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Posted By DrB323

Another question - I will be draining the...

Another question - I will be draining the dishwasher into the tailpipe "tee" of my sink which will then empty into a lift pump. The pump is about 10-12' away from the sink. Should the air...
09-02-20, 06:10 PM
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Pete, Yep....know about that. What I plan...

Pete,

Yep....know about that. What I plan on doing is running the drain into an undersink sump pump and lifting it into the main sewer line.
08-31-20, 03:16 PM
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Dishwasher drain

Can a basement dishwasher be drained into the sump pump pit?
08-23-20, 11:33 AM
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The bar is going to be against a rear basement...

The bar is going to be against a rear basement wall. It's not load bearing as the joists sit on top of the sill and the wall is placed underneath the joists. Additionally, I could reinforce the...
08-22-20, 06:21 PM
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Yea....good point. I'll even see if I could run...

Yea....good point. I'll even see if I could run it in front of the wall but somehow box it off. Tks!
08-22-20, 03:09 PM
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Running PVC in between basement wall studs

I'm installing a sink in a bar for our basement. The sink drain is like 20' away. I assume I would need to cut a bunch of 15" PVC pipes and connect them with couplers? I don't think one continuous...
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Thanks....The wire I see coming out of the...

Thanks....The wire I see coming out of the heatshield is probably the upstream oxygen sensor? Can the heatshield be removed without taking the sensor out?
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Here is a video/picture....large 'v' shaped...

Here is a video/picture....large 'v' shaped object.

https://youtu.be/7oE0sapNB5w?t=10
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Posted By DrB323

2005 Camry LE 2.4

Could someone please let me know what that aluminum shield is called that is in front of the engine? It is as big as day. It is located between the block and the radiator. I've tried googling it...
08-03-19, 11:25 AM
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okay....sounds good. Tks! And the reason for...

okay....sounds good. Tks! And the reason for using a double pole and not 2 single 20A is because it's sharing a common white wire? So when I cut the circuit for one, they both go off.
08-03-19, 10:41 AM
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Posted By DrB323

Thank you Pete. Only for sake of knowing better,...

Thank you Pete. Only for sake of knowing better, I've attached another picture showing 2 different ones - I'm assuming you meant for me to use the top breaker? Not to question your suggestion, but...
08-03-19, 09:57 AM
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Posted By DrB323

12/3 Romex to 2 20A Circuits

I'd like to confirm that I need to use 2 separate "normal" size 20A circuit breakers and not a single "tandem" circuit breaker when creating 2 separate circuits with one 12/3 wire. I've attached a...
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I took both belts off and checked...they look...

I took both belts off and checked...they look fine - clean and no breaks or cracks. I wonder now if it's the brake pads. The pump runs fine - smooth and quiet.
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Maytag washing machine squeals on spin cycle

I'm trying to troubleshoot a squeal on our Maytag washing machine. This is a top load model LAT8424AAE. I've dug into it as much as possible, but cannot determine where it's coming from. My best...
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Under Pergola Canopy Hardware

Hi...I hope this is the correct thread for posting my question(s). I have just finished building a pergola made out of treated wood. I am looking for suggestions on how to build or manufacture the...
06-25-13, 06:23 PM
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Okay....thanks for the help.

Okay....thanks for the help.
06-25-13, 04:00 PM
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Hi...the printing on the conduit is Southwire...

Hi...the printing on the conduit is Southwire Ultratite (S) 1/2 (16) Type NM UL 80C Dry 60C Wet Oil Res, etc, etc, etc. Also, please explain "bonded throughout the run". Tks.
06-21-13, 06:41 PM
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Posted By DrB323

It was the proper link. The tubing is a metal...

It was the proper link. The tubing is a metal coil wrapped inside and out with plastic (it's not the blue corrugated piping). The box I pulled it from did say non-metallic, regardless it's not...
06-21-13, 03:29 PM
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The conduit is non-metallic. I haven't decided...

The conduit is non-metallic. I haven't decided yet if I'm going to hard wire or have plug-ins. Meaning, hard wire everything to a weather-proof box or run all the lines and simply plug into, let's...
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