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old ceiling bathroom exhaust fan restoration

I have an old bathroom exhaust fan that the motor is starting to die. I don't know the make, but the model number is 8663 MN which is stamped on the outside of the chrome vent cover. The cover is...
10-21-20, 06:42 AM
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Problem solved. I figured that it would take a...

Problem solved. I figured that it would take a special spanner wrench, so I made my own and it worked.

whew!!!
10-20-20, 04:12 PM
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Changing resin base in Culligan Water Softener

I have a 7 year old Culligan Medalist water softener that I want to change the resin beads in. I'm having a lot of trouble getting the last flange/screen out of the tank. The control came off easily...
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Reverse osmosis making noise

I changed all of the filters in this unit (EC-RO450) a few months ago and ever since, it makes a loud groaning sound whenever another water source is used in the kitchen. ie sink, dishwasher,...
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Thanks for the compliment on the driveway. Yes, I...

Thanks for the compliment on the driveway. Yes, I think the angle-aluminum might be too weak, but it isn't bending, it's moving like the old concrete mentioned in my first thread. Other than an...
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Yes, the problem is that the crushed stone...

Yes, the problem is that the crushed stone doesn't go beyond the pavers, this is why I had the angle-aluminum under the last row of pavers so the stakes are in the crushed stone, however, it still...
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Paver driveway retaining edging

I moved into a house in Florida 6 years ago and it has a paver driveway. The way they retained the pavers on the sides of the driveway was by pouring a small concrete edging approximately 2" high and...
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Sony TV screen sizing problems

Model: XRB-65X850E

When viewing the TV using the Amazon Stick, the picture is too large and shifted to the right. The results are sometimes the actors heads are cut off (top) as well as anything...
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I figured it out, it was easy once I understood...

I figured it out, it was easy once I understood it. Thanks for the help
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io20cerohs or BSO33C?......

io20cerohs or BSO33C?......
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Sensky Ip20.....

Sensky Ip20.....
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Motion sensor switch

I ran into a snag trying to install what I thought was a simple motion sensor switch in my garage, (replacing an existing toggle on-off switch.

On the back of the motion switch are 3 wires, green...
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I took as much of the upper icemaker apart as I...

I took as much of the upper icemaker apart as I could. I could see the fan you spoke of and with a long screwdriver it moved easily. Perhaps the fan doesn't work??? I put a hair dryer to that area...
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I finally got some time to look into your last...

I finally got some time to look into your last suggestion on seeing if there was any ice buildup behind panel 124. It was totally ice free as well as the drain.

Any other ideas? Although the...
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Yes, sorry for the confusion, you have the...

Yes, sorry for the confusion, you have the correct model number.
I went to the hyperlink you attached in your last reply; where do you think I should begin to trouble shoot based on those exploded...
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Where is that cover located? Is there a parts...

Where is that cover located? Is there a parts assembly schematic that I can access on-line?
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Electrolux/Frigidaire (FPBC2277RF5) icing behind ice maker

Hi,

There is an ice build-up in the back upper corner of the ice maker. The ice maker still works fine though. The temp setting for this model are correct.

I've attached a photo, the build up...
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Solution: I connected an Optical Cable between...

Solution: I connected an Optical Cable between the two units and it finally works great.
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I'm not sure what you meant me to do with the...

I'm not sure what you meant me to do with the Y-cable, but I bought a digital cable 3.5mm to a RC female that fits onto the Coaxial in (DVR) assignable on the back of the receiver. I set the receiver...
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Where to plug in the jack from the TV to the reciever?

Yes, I know about the digital out port on the TV, my problem is that I can't get the sound out of the receiver. I've attached a pic of the back of the receiver for reference.

Another post here...
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How to get surround sound working with my new Sony XBR65X850E

Hi, I just purchased a Sony XBR65X850E and am having trouble getting my Pioneer Elite VSX-50 hooked up to it.

I have the following components to consider in this hookup:
1) XBR65X850E Sony TV...
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Advise for Lanai lighting

I'm looking for some thoughts on adding outdoor lighting for my lanai screened-in walls. I'm thinking of a product such as LED strips, 12volts, dimmable if possible. Ideally, the strip would have a...
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Delta kitchen faucet leak

Hi,

I have a leak in my Delta faucet which I believe is the valve assembly. I can't find a replacement part from the usual home improvement stores.

It's a Delta, model #16955-SSSD-DST. I'm...
04-08-16, 09:13 AM
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Just a quick update, Because of the...

Just a quick update,

Because of the thickness issues of matching the existing height of the adjacent tiles, I decided to use RedGard. I applied 2 coats to the crack, let dry, then taped over the...
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Thanks for the advise. I'll go for a new one

Thanks for the advise. I'll go for a new one
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