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03-12-20, 07:02 AM
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Posted By BWSwede

Yes, exhaust fan needs to be installed. Thanks...

Yes, exhaust fan needs to be installed. Thanks for the reminder.

Blane
03-11-20, 02:16 PM
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Posted By BWSwede

Zorfdt, Thank you very much for the...

Zorfdt,

Thank you very much for the feedback. The reason I show the sink tying into the 4" c.i. further down the line is that the 4" c.i. is right below the slab. I don't believe I would be able...
03-11-20, 07:40 AM
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Posted By BWSwede

Adding shower and sink to basement toilet room - venting question

Hello all,

I have plumbed two bathrooms for myself in the past 20 years and both times I ran into drain and venting issues with the inspector. I eventually passed my inspections but for me what...
10-03-19, 06:35 AM
Replies: 13
Views: 1,119
Posted By BWSwede

Hello all, I took all the advice given above...

Hello all,

I took all the advice given above and ended up with great results on my dining room table. I think the biggest help came from the quality of the polyurethane I brushed on (4 coats). I...
09-30-19, 07:20 AM
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Views: 1,119
Posted By BWSwede

Hello all, Thank you for all the follow-up...

Hello all,

Thank you for all the follow-up replies and for the brand name. I think I have enough information to try again. I sure hope I get better results that my first venture into using...
09-26-19, 09:22 AM
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Views: 1,119
Posted By BWSwede

Thank you all for your helpful replies. I gather...

Thank you all for your helpful replies. I gather the following:

1. Despite what the can states it sounds like thinning it is what I need to do to allow it to self-level.

2. I will be applying...
09-25-19, 01:32 PM
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Views: 1,119
Posted By BWSwede

Uneven polyurethane finish

Hello all,

I am a furniture finisher novice. I need to protect a dining room table from water marks caused by glass condensation. I know I need to probably apply 3 coats of polyurethane with...
Replies: 25
Views: 1,153
Posted By BWSwede

Steamboy, For some reason a post that wrote...

Steamboy,
For some reason a post that wrote several days ago didn't get posted. I'll try again.

The PRV in the picture is mounted correctly as there are not threads on the bottom of the unit,...
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Views: 1,153
Posted By BWSwede

Spott, Steamboy, Thank you for the replies. ...

Spott, Steamboy,

Thank you for the replies. As long as the units are not orientation sensitive I suppose I could use one from the page linked by Spott. What I am looking for is shown in the...
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Views: 1,153
Posted By BWSwede

Now that our heating season is over (mostly) I am...

Now that our heating season is over (mostly) I am looking to replace the pressure relief valve. I have started looking and I can't seem to find one with a side inlet and bottom drain like my current...
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Views: 1,153
Posted By BWSwede

Awesome! Helps a lot! Thanks spott. ...

Awesome! Helps a lot!

Thanks spott.


Blane
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Posted By BWSwede

spott, gilmorrie, Thank you once again for...

spott, gilmorrie,

Thank you once again for your replies. I failed to mention that the reason I assumed it is the PRV is that I have two pressure gauges. One that came on the boiler and one I...
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Views: 1,153
Posted By BWSwede

Hello all, I had some time tonight to spend...

Hello all,

I had some time tonight to spend on the heating system. I thought the first thing I would do is add water while the system was cold. I was back down to 12 psi so I added water with a...
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Views: 1,153
Posted By BWSwede

Thanks much for all the helpful information. ...

Thanks much for all the helpful information.

I'll follow spott's advice and bring my pressure up in the system by adding more water. I'll add water to bring the pressure to a little over 20 psi...
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Views: 1,153
Posted By BWSwede

Thank you spott and AllanJ for sharing your...

Thank you spott and AllanJ for sharing your expertise.

Years ago I followed NJtrooper advice and made a screw-on pressure gauge that I attach to the drain valve when I want to check the system...
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Posted By BWSwede

My pressure drops of course when I release air. ...

My pressure drops of course when I release air. I just checked it and it was 10 psi so I added water to get it back to 12 psi. As soon as I did the pressure relief valve starting dripping and...
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Views: 1,153
Posted By BWSwede

Thank you for your reply. Whenever I fill...

Thank you for your reply.

Whenever I fill the system, which hasn't been in a few years, I put in 12 psi.

I don't believe there are any leaks as all pipes are inside the house and because so I...
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Views: 1,153
Posted By BWSwede

Constantly having to bleed system. What gives?

Hello all,

I have received some great advice from the members of this forum in years past. I am hoping I can dip into the well once again.

I have a 1951 single story home with a basement. The...
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Views: 4,501
Posted By BWSwede

I assigned it an IP address but it didn't still...

I assigned it an IP address but it didn't still didn't work. So then I set it to DHCP and it still didn't work. I then checked the IP address that showed up on the Fing app on my phone and it had...
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Views: 4,501
Posted By BWSwede

Peter, I went through the instructions and...

Peter,

I went through the instructions and set up the computer for DHCP. I unplugged the printer and unplugged the modem to get them to see each other. I also went into the computer and added...
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Views: 4,501
Posted By BWSwede

Thank you Peter for the reply and the link. ...

Thank you Peter for the reply and the link.

I read through the directions on the HP page and I think I understand what they describe. One question I have right off the bat is what IP address do I...
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Posted By BWSwede

The printer is an HP 4MV and is a workhorse that...

The printer is an HP 4MV and is a workhorse that cranks out fantastic quality 8.5 x 11 and 11 x 17 prints. It is from the 1990's and does not have a USB port.

I think I now understand what you...
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Views: 4,501
Posted By BWSwede

Thank you for the reply and explanation. I am...

Thank you for the reply and explanation. I am all for making this easy.

I looked up USB printer cables online and my printer does not have a port to accept the square end of the cable. My...
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Views: 4,501
Posted By BWSwede

Thank you for letting me know that a USB cable...

Thank you for letting me know that a USB cable isn't the same at both ends.

I am such a novice at this that I don't see what the issue is. I am guessing from your question to me that both IP...
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Views: 4,501
Posted By BWSwede

My printer is a HP 4MV and doesn't have a USB...

My printer is a HP 4MV and doesn't have a USB port on it.

The printer IP is 192.168.0.225 (I got this from doing a test print from the panel on the printer).

Thank you,
BWSwede
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