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oh, and if you do the 2 pump approach, are they...

oh, and if you do the 2 pump approach, are they set at about the same level? Or 1 sees no activity till the other fails?
And you just put check valves on their outlets and join them to the same...
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Posted By EdShnatter

Sump pumps - recommendations? replacement schedule?

Just got an ad from Rural king for sump pumps.

Made me remember I have a longstanding question - do the experts here proactively replace a sump pump every X years? Or do you wait till it stops...
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Posted By EdShnatter

By the way - Marq1 - are you putting down HF? I...

By the way - Marq1 - are you putting down HF? I am 56 and since a young teenager I would (overpay) and get craftsman tools for their lifetime warranty.

I wound up losing tools more than getting...
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Posted By EdShnatter

As always, thanks guys! And as usual, I jump...

As always, thanks guys!

And as usual, I jump the gun / make assumptions that are wrong / slow things down.

After posting, I started playing with the piping on the exhaust of the tank.

I...
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Posted By EdShnatter

Saving a Harbor Freight low end air compressor?

When I see something that 'just' needs a part, I can't toss it. Even if it's relatively cheap. I think I'm in good company here? For anyone that wasn't handy, yeah, it wouldn't be viable to pay...
10-16-19, 05:54 AM
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Posted By EdShnatter

yeah, the ooze out on the edges - a nuisance : (

yeah, the ooze out on the edges - a nuisance : (
10-16-19, 05:50 AM
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thanks! I have to pad this to get it long enough...

thanks! I have to pad this to get it long enough to submit.... thanks again! !!!!
10-03-19, 05:52 PM
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Posted By EdShnatter

THANKS!!! I am waiting for my daughter to call...

THANKS!!! I am waiting for my daughter to call tonight for some other things to ask her how important this is / if she's looking for this to be a decoration or functional.

I went to home depot...
10-03-19, 11:30 AM
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Posted By EdShnatter

Had to google what that was. No. didn't try...

Had to google what that was. No. didn't try that. doesn't seem strong enough to hold the small shaft with the relatively large mirrror above it. but that's why I am here - to get better advice than...
10-03-19, 10:26 AM
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Posted By EdShnatter

I meant to point out that I realized that - it's...

I meant to point out that I realized that - it's likely metric. but still, the threads are heavily worn. There's not much even a metric screw could grab onto (hence the problem - the original screw...
10-03-19, 09:13 AM
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Posted By EdShnatter

Advice on how to deal with a desk mirror's worn threads

My daughter has a desk mirror she got on a trip to europe a couple years ago.

The screw that held the vertical part is lost and the threads are stripped (and not all that long).

Any advice how...
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Posted By EdShnatter

Well my shed is done! I wound up putting the...

Well my shed is done! I wound up putting the nails on the side away from the exposed area relative to the sealing strip. I'd love to know the inner workings of how they came up with all the numbers...
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Posted By EdShnatter

What I donít get is they give an area to nail in....

What I donít get is they give an area to nail in. And thatís in the tar strip. AND they tell you to NOT nail in the tar strip.
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Oh sorry. Forgot to mention the 7 to 7 5/8 is...

Oh sorry. Forgot to mention the 7 to 7 5/8 is exactly where the sealing strip is. And the instructions say donít nail it to the ceiling strip. So not sure if I should be putting the nails in the...
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Posted By EdShnatter

GAF "seal a ridge" shingles: where do you nail them?

on GAF seal a ridge shingles the instructions say to nail them 7 to 7 5/8 from exposed edge.

Thats the exact spot where the sealing strip is. Would you nail closer or farther from exposed...
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Posted By EdShnatter

OK, I'm back!! Sorry for all the frustration I...

OK, I'm back!! Sorry for all the frustration I might have caused people above! I AM moving ahead with this and with asphalt shingles.

I have the shingles, plywood, nails, drip edge and roofing...
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Posted By EdShnatter

Thanks guys! I just get frustrated with the fix...

Thanks guys! I just get frustrated with the fix 1 thing (in this case - filter the gas of dust / dirt) but it causes other things - over time, i guess it can get clogged / slow the flow.

I see...
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Posted By EdShnatter

Sorry, I posted before seeing Pedro's and Norm's...

Sorry, I posted before seeing Pedro's and Norm's replies. So I'll go with the valve near the tank. But when you run the engine dry for the end of the season, etc.... the paper in the filter, soaked...
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Posted By EdShnatter

I was changing the fuel filter (how often do you...

I was changing the fuel filter (how often do you do that for your equipment), I bought a piece of fuel hose that came with a shutoff valve. so figured I'd put that in there.

And remembering how my...
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Posted By EdShnatter

Where do you add a fuel shutoff valve in a gas line of a small engine?

I'm adding a shutoff valve to the engine on my lawn tractor.

What's conventional wisdom say for where the shut off goes relative to the gas filter? valve closer to engine or closer to gas tank...
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Posted By EdShnatter

Trying to figure out the gas filter I should use on my lawn tractor

I have a lawn tractor with B&S engine 28Q777-0681-01

I want to get the right fuel filter.

Looking on line, this page:

https://www.repairclinic.com/ProductDetail/775688

lists both 394358S...
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Posted By EdShnatter

What's your thoughts on this price for a generator inverter?

Curious what you think of this inverter generator to have around in case of blackout. Yeah, not as powerful as a portable generator, not as expensive as a built in home generator. But it'll keep the...
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Posted By EdShnatter

The only time you have a problem is if you try to...

The only time you have a problem is if you try to put latex based paint over oil based paint.

novice me.... I think of primer being not that all that different than paint.
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