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10-08-20, 03:25 PM
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Posted By XSleeper

You need giant footings. And an engineer to tell...

You need giant footings. And an engineer to tell you how big, how thick, and how deep they should be.
Replies: 6
Views: 255
Posted By pjaffe

As long as you are running the ethernet cable to...

As long as you are running the ethernet cable to the second floor, I would take a different approach and buy a decent wifi router. That will give you strong wifi and the ability to hardwire with no...
08-19-20, 11:18 AM
Replies: 2
Views: 253
Posted By Pilot Dane

Try searching for "lp gas hose splice". In less...

Try searching for "lp gas hose splice". In less developed countries I often see garden hose being used.
Replies: 10
Views: 335
Posted By PJmax

A thermal fuse should be a dead short..... 0...

A thermal fuse should be a dead short..... 0 ohms.
99.9% of the time a thermal fuse is either good or bad..... not in between like you are seeing.
Make sure when you short your meter leads you are...
07-08-20, 06:00 PM
Replies: 9
Views: 297
Posted By PJmax

You're putting the grille directly below the...

You're putting the grille directly below the covered beam.
Half the heat will go under and half will go out.

Is it a propane unit ?
Put it there and do a trial cooking run. Check the ceiling...
07-02-20, 11:05 AM
Replies: 11
Views: 465
Posted By XSleeper

Not sure where you lived previously, but in the...

Not sure where you lived previously, but in the midwest, a lot of lawns really slow down growing once it hits summer. If they don't get enough water they will often go dormant. Fescue is a cool...
Replies: 9
Views: 427
Posted By geogrubb

No one seem to be answering your question on how...

No one seem to be answering your question on how to adjust the carb, first if you don't have the special adjustment tool you will need to do a workaround to remove the adjustment screws and cut a...
Replies: 9
Views: 427
Posted By Tolyn Ironhand

Agreed. That is why I watch most videos at 1.5 or...

Agreed. That is why I watch most videos at 1.5 or 1.75 speed. It will change your youtube watching!
06-04-20, 04:42 PM
Replies: 12
Views: 324
Posted By PJmax

That freezer does not require a dedicated...

That freezer does not require a dedicated circuit. Most fridges and freezers don't.
The reason for putting them on their own circuit is so it doesn't get tripped from something else plugged into the...
Replies: 4
Views: 254
Posted By stickshift

Lower altitude is not going to triple the...

Lower altitude is not going to triple the pressure, someone screwed up. Set them at 10 psi and mow on.
Replies: 10
Views: 535
Posted By Pilot Dane

I have both air compressors and a portable air...

I have both air compressors and a portable air tank. The air tank almost never gets used. It's big & heavy and still only holds enough air to inflate one car tire if it's pretty low. A small air...
Replies: 11
Views: 439
Posted By marbobj

On the big rear tractor tires, I used to patch...

On the big rear tractor tires, I used to patch the tube which is a lot of time and work. Taking the tire off, breaking it down and patching is quite a project. Hiring it done is about $100.

I...
05-09-20, 01:14 PM
Replies: 20
Views: 381
Posted By XSleeper

Segmenting is for concrete. Please just get a 60...

Segmenting is for concrete. Please just get a 60 or 80 tooth CARBIDE blade.

A 10" 180 tooth blade is not carbide. It's a steel plywood blade.
05-09-20, 12:33 PM
Replies: 20
Views: 381
Posted By Tolyn Ironhand

That saw would work fine but you need to use a...

That saw would work fine but you need to use a carbide-tipped blade. I would recommend getting a 60 or 80 tooth. The more teeth the smoother the cut. A slow cut will also help.
05-09-20, 12:16 PM
Replies: 20
Views: 381
Posted By XSleeper

A 60 tooth would work fine. 80 would be even...

A 60 tooth would work fine. 80 would be even better.
04-19-20, 01:12 PM
Replies: 9
Views: 341
Posted By Marq1

It doesn't matter, the tile can sit on top of the...

It doesn't matter, the tile can sit on top of the backsplash or you can have a gap and grout,

You mention glue, for backsplash you can get away with a mastic product but Id suggest a pre mix...
03-07-20, 12:22 PM
Replies: 4
Views: 306
Posted By manden

You did not say where/how you were using it. It...

You did not say where/how you were using it.
It may not be an issue if it is going into a corners as it will probably be covered with calk.

You could try scoring it with a triangle file before...
10-23-19, 09:56 PM
Replies: 2
Views: 564
Posted By XSleeper

No, it's not "standard" and has nothing to do...

No, it's not "standard" and has nothing to do with ventilation. My guess is that they punched holes in it during construction. They probably put the sheathing on the gable end truss while it was on...
09-12-19, 05:08 AM
Replies: 4
Views: 371
Posted By marksr

5/8" drywall is only needed on ceilings and fire...

5/8" drywall is only needed on ceilings and fire walls [like between the garage and house] and 1/2" is lighter and easier to handle. I'd tape the cuts in the plastic.
Replies: 5
Views: 964
Posted By Bud9051

I have a basic Husqvarna 48"(?) and when i try to...

I have a basic Husqvarna 48"(?) and when i try to dip down over a little slope I have ended up dragging the back of the machine sideways to find some traction to get back to level. And I mean...
Replies: 5
Views: 1,138
Posted By PJmax

Just to add to Tolyn's reply..... I'd use a...

Just to add to Tolyn's reply..... I'd use a ceramic wirenut if it's in a hot location as regular wirenuts are plastic and can melt.
04-20-15, 05:59 PM
Replies: 1
Views: 13,105
Posted By Norm201

For those that might be interested, I got the...

For those that might be interested, I got the answer.

Thanks to kweaver at Windows Secrets Lounge, he offered the following solutions:

One way: =SUMPRODUCT(ISBLANK(C3:C9)*B3:B9) and adjust...
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