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Yeah I am going to give it a shot going into the...

Yeah I am going to give it a shot going into the wood support beam. I took a pair of clippers and clipped a little of the lip off one side of the box and I think I have enough clearance for both...
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Sure! ...

Sure!
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Yeah that's what I was going to try, but the...

Yeah that's what I was going to try, but the holes line up with the outside lip of the box, I guess I could dremel off the side lips of the box to make room for the screws to go.
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Older ceiling fan box solutions?

I am removing an old fan and installing a new one. I pulled the old fan, and I have a fan box that is built onto a support beam that is run between two joists. The two inside holes (which go through...
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Model looks like Timberline Gas Logs, Natural Gas...

Model looks like Timberline Gas Logs, Natural Gas Heater, Model Number NVT-1183R .
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Gas fireplace slowly dropping flame

Have had this issue since we moved into the house, and just want to know if its an actual issue or if its an intended function. Gas fireplace works fine, but the flames slowly get smaller , after...
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OK so you are saying cutoff the piece coming out...

OK so you are saying cutoff the piece coming out of the wall before the p trap, add the 45 degree elbow, then put a straight piece from that for a couple inches then hook the p trap to that straight...
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Sink offset from drain, options

Hi, I installed a new vanity in my half bath downstairs and I need to compensate for the new sink drain being about 5 inches offset from the drain / p trap coming out of the wall. I have one idea,...
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Yeah, that's what I was seeing, I might go that...

Yeah, that's what I was seeing, I might go that route or just cut my own at this point. Thanks for the replies!
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I am going to replace the base, so I don't know...

I am going to replace the base, so I don't know yet, I was trying to find the stuff with a notch in it. I measured the current base I just pulled out and it was almost flush with the door trim. It's...
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Baseboard for beadboard wall panels question

I am about to install some 3/16in thick beadboard on my bathroom wall and was looking for the baseboard that has the notch in the back of it at Home Depot/Lowes, but Neither had it, so I think I...
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Thanks for the info! Yeah it's the downstairs...

Thanks for the info! Yeah it's the downstairs bathroom beside the kitchen, so everything is hardwood.
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Sorry, this is on hardwood flooring over a...

Sorry, this is on hardwood flooring over a subfloor with crawlspace . Subfloor is good, just want something to fix the vapor barrier without buying a whole roll of vapor barrier.
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Fixing a couple bad boards, quick vapor barrier question

My toilet's wax ring failed and a couple boards behind the drain were rotting. I pulled the 2 boards and everything looks good to put down 2 replacements. The vapor barrier however got nicked by the...
10-17-15, 11:32 AM
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Water Hammer Issue

I have the dreaded clunk when shutting off water. I have gone through some checks, need help on my options from here.

Symptoms:
1) Flush any toilet in the house get a clunk (top or bottom floor)...
10-08-15, 05:30 PM
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Figured I would update this since I think I got...

Figured I would update this since I think I got it solved, for anyone who searches for this type of thing. Different combinations of grounds and plugs and lots of trial and error. Ground from the UPS...
10-08-15, 06:27 AM
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The ground loop is occuring based on the...

The ground loop is occuring based on the equipment being split across two circuits. For example my PC (3 prong) is on the 15amp and the Amplifier (3 prong) is on the 20amp. My receiver is 2 prong and...
10-07-15, 08:55 PM
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Right, this may or may not make sense but my...

Right, this may or may not make sense but my thinking was when dealing with ground loops the run of the ground comes into play so if I tied everything at the room instead of the box and ran one...
10-07-15, 07:53 PM
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Grounding Question , is this allowed?

I am having a ground loop with some electronic equipment because of running off two circuits. Not getting into the details of that (I have tried a lot of solutions and continuing to troubleshoot),...
10-05-15, 12:31 PM
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Thank you very much for the help =)

Thank you very much for the help =)
10-05-15, 12:22 PM
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So one large conduit nipple for each hole, that...

So one large conduit nipple for each hole, that would pass all the way through the wood stud then secure to each panel using a lock nut. Then a bushing on each side, but no clamp correct?

Also any...
10-05-15, 11:31 AM
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Thanks for the responses, I want to know what I...

Thanks for the responses, I want to know what I need to do to get this panel up to snuff. I have two questions on how to do that. The first is how its wired, I just have one question on the grounding...
10-04-15, 08:21 AM
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Posted By grendelrt

Ok thanks for all the replies!

Ok thanks for all the replies!
10-03-15, 07:48 PM
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Posted By grendelrt

There isn't any wall between the boxes where the...

There isn't any wall between the boxes where the cable is run, the main box is on the other side of the stud that the new box is secured to,all the cable is just running from the main box through one...
10-03-15, 07:23 PM
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Posted By grendelrt

I will see if I can find a clamp to tighten...

I will see if I can find a clamp to tighten things up, thanks for the help!
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