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Posted By gh6866

electrical housing

I literally touched the cover of the honeywell electrical housing (model l8148g 10301 2a therm) and everything has worked fine for 2 days.


If problems continue would replacing the electrical...
11-30-09, 11:59 AM
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Posted By gh6866

Thanks Has anyone ever had problems with this ?

It seems pretty easy. Does anyone know of any drawbacks to using this system ?
11-30-09, 11:08 AM
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holmes on holmes shower renovation

I want to redo a small bathroom and have always been intimidated by having to do a cement floor in the shower stall.

If you watch holmes on holmes, this weekend he used what looked to be a...
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Posted By gh6866

model

pennco

model 1505

natural gas


About a month ago one valve was not working so I disconnected the wires and fiddled with the manual valve and since then it has worked but now the start and...
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Posted By gh6866

heat starts,works awhile, then stops

3 valve system

The valve calls, boilier starts, water flows.

Before reaching the temperature set the heat is turning off

I then shut off the electricity, turn the thermostats off. restart...
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Posted By gh6866

Valve opening

I shut all the other thermostats and the problem persists.

I went to home depot for a new valve and noticed the valve opening is larger than than the 1/2 cooper pipe. I checked the other two zone...
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Posted By gh6866

Pic

Flickr: greghart6866's Photostream (http://www.flickr.com/photos/26215484@N08/?saved=1)

Attached is a pic.

The pressure is 15-20.

Based on the pic you can see that the rim of the motor is...
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Posted By gh6866

I did get heat in the other zone and yes it is...

I did get heat in the other zone and yes it is the B.B. Zone. The pressure is 110-115, I believe. I'll try to submit pics later
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Posted By gh6866

Honeywell v804331012 valve wont open

I have a Honeywell v804331012 valve that will not open. The thermostat calls, the motor spins, but no water flow.

I opened another zone,allowed the water to move in that zone, moved the manual...
05-01-06, 09:55 PM
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Posted By gh6866

Now it's banging

Hi,

I removed the fixture and everything is appears fine. When I turn on almost any fixture now I hear the banging. Is there anyway this could be air ? Please say yes

Otherwise,my fear is...
04-15-06, 09:26 PM
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Posted By gh6866

Rumbling in my pipes

I redid my bathroom, took it down to the studs, redid everything, put in a new faucet, and now when I turn on the new faucet I get an annoying rumbling sound that is driving me crazy. I'm not talking...
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Posted By gh6866

Walking on water-based poly

I'm applying the water based Miniwax poly which they say dries in 2 hours.

How long before I should walk on it ? It's a hallway so there is no way I can go beyond 12 hours or so without walking...
11-09-05, 11:25 AM
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Posted By gh6866

Thanks

I went to the AARP site and used there design and it came out perfectly.

Thanks
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Posted By gh6866

Minwax Fast Drying Poly for Floors

Has anyone used this product and has the gloss lasted ?

Also, if I'm using a water based poly do I need to apply a base coat of something before applying the water based top coat ?

Thanks
11-03-05, 11:59 AM
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Posted By gh6866

Ramp for shed

The floor of my shed is 20" off the ground so I cant build a free standing ramp from 2 x 8's. I was planning on attaching a ledger and then using joist supports to attached the 2 x 8's to the shed. ...
09-04-05, 03:12 PM
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Posted By gh6866

Digging post holes for chain link

I've dug about ten holes for 150' of a 4' chain link fence. In a couple of them I can't deeper than 20" due to a concrete wall that I'm working off of so my line posts are going to be uneven..
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08-10-05, 10:02 PM
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Posted By gh6866

Post hole digger / post sizes

I'm installing a 4' chain link fence in Northern NJ.

I read the Hoover instructions and still have a few questions.

I was planning on buying the fence at Home Depot but they have terminal posts...
06-18-05, 09:54 PM
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Posted By gh6866

Installing a double breaker

Two years ago I had my service changed and the pump to my lawn sprinkler has not worked since. After two Pump folks told me my pump was shot someone thankfully noticed that it simply was attached to...
11-02-04, 07:50 PM
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Posted By gh6866

You're Right

You are correct.

The main drip is at the connection so can I just get more lead or is replacing it necessary or is it possible the pipe is completely rusted out.
11-02-04, 11:48 AM
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Posted By gh6866

Cast Iron drainage pipe leakage

The main drainage pipe exiting my home thru the basment appears to be leaking. THE 4 X H looks completely rusted and the main problem occurs at a connection. It's a very slow leak and I thought it...
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Posted By gh6866

Exterior Storm Door Mess

It appears that the previous owner left the plastic sheathing on my storm door and now the plastic has completely hardened. Is the anyway to get this off short of heating it and melting it off.
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07-10-03, 08:55 PM
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Posted By gh6866

New well pump

Northern NJ.

My submersed well pump seems to be on it's last legs so I'll most likely have to buy a new one. I checked at home depot and my local garden center and no one carries them.

Where...
05-25-03, 08:55 PM
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Posted By gh6866

shock

There is a ground but I don't know if the box that I tapped is ground. The original wiring from the house has the paper sheathing that disentegrate when you touch it and I know there is no ground...
05-25-03, 07:08 AM
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Posted By gh6866

shock

I replaced a porcelain fixture in my basement with a flourescent fixture that is metal. I believe i wired it correctly and when I touched the fixture I don't get a shock. However, when I touch the...
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Posted By gh6866

swingset / fort plans

Does anyone have plans for a swingset / fort ?

Also, I've read a few negative things regarding pressure treated lumber but understand there are new products. What should I be asking for at Home...
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