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07-25-18, 06:35 PM
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Posted By JulietCapulet

As always, you guys are amazing! I find so much...

As always, you guys are amazing! I find so much advice on this site and I truly truly appreciate it. Thank you all for everything you do!
07-25-18, 10:39 AM
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Posted By JulietCapulet

Thank you so much!!! I know you said 60 amp...

Thank you so much!!! I know you said 60 amp minimum or larger in the shed. I assume that whatever amp box I get must be the size of the breaker that I put in the main panel to run the power out...
07-25-18, 07:51 AM
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Posted By JulietCapulet

Thank you for that info. So if I understand...

Thank you for that info. So if I understand correctly I am running 6/3 wire with ground from the main panel to the shed, which is less than 100 feet away, and connecting it to a 60 amp box. The...
07-25-18, 07:25 AM
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Posted By JulietCapulet

Looking for info on putting power to a shed.

I need to run electrical to my shed. Rather than running individual wiring for each thing, I wondered if itís possible to run a separate small breaker box in the shed. Our cottage has a main breaker...
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Posted By JulietCapulet

You guys are awesome! That's why I love this...

You guys are awesome! That's why I love this forum. I can get the feed to the switches with no problem. I will update in a couple days and let you know how it all went. Also I am assuming that...
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Posted By JulietCapulet

Cool Help on wiring ceiling fans with lights and separate switches

I am putting three ceiling fans with light kits in a room. The feed wire comes from an outlet. I would like all three fans to operate on two separate switches, one for the lights and one for the...
03-08-10, 05:16 PM
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Posted By JulietCapulet

I appreciate the advice. The framing of course...

I appreciate the advice. The framing of course is all done, so I would have to add cross braces, but glad to hear that its ok to hang regular drywall. Did you have any problems with seams cracking?
03-07-10, 12:52 PM
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Posted By JulietCapulet

I'm glad you told me all that. After all the...

I'm glad you told me all that. After all the posts I've seen here, I'm thinking of putting up the moisture resistent drywall, with paneling or beadboard over it. If I decide to do the beadboard...
03-07-10, 05:56 AM
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Posted By JulietCapulet

Ok, thanks! I appreciate all the help you guys...

Ok, thanks! I appreciate all the help you guys have given me!
03-07-10, 05:41 AM
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Posted By JulietCapulet

Hmmm. I don't know what a perlin is, but I'm...

Hmmm. I don't know what a perlin is, but I'm assuming it might be some kind of cross brace? Like a 2x4 nailed between the studs? In your opinion, how thick would the sheets need to be before you...
03-06-10, 07:09 PM
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Posted By JulietCapulet

Marksr, I believe that is what I was talking...

Marksr, I believe that is what I was talking about. I knew the price was fairly reasonable, and I assume at 3/8", I shouldn't need to apply drywall or anything else underneath it!
03-06-10, 08:30 AM
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Posted By JulietCapulet

Ok, will do. Thanks for all your help!

Ok, will do. Thanks for all your help!
03-06-10, 07:21 AM
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Posted By JulietCapulet

Someone once told me that you can buy the...

Someone once told me that you can buy the exterior wood siding and put that on the interior walls to give the look of T&G without the expense. Any thoughts?
03-06-10, 07:10 AM
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Posted By JulietCapulet

I didn't think of furring strips. That's an...

I didn't think of furring strips. That's an idea. I don't know if it would be more expensive to do the T&G, or to put some kind of wall up and panel over it. You both think that the drywall itself...
03-06-10, 07:04 AM
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Posted By JulietCapulet

Marksr, it has a floor furnace in the living...

Marksr, it has a floor furnace in the living room, which gives some heat, but as I said, the cottage is seasonal. It gets closed up in October and reopened in April. During that time the water,...
03-06-10, 06:25 AM
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Posted By JulietCapulet

I realized in re-reading my post that I never...

I realized in re-reading my post that I never mentioned that the cottage sits a few yards from a lake. I originally thought the same as you, but have been told that the dampness from the water will...
03-06-10, 05:53 AM
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Views: 25,942
Posted By JulietCapulet

What material should I use for walls in a seasonal cottage?

Last year I purchased a seasonal cottage (no heat in the winter). I plan on re-doing the rooms one by one. I took down the walls last fall in one of the bedrooms, and they are made out of some kind...
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Views: 4,516
Posted By JulietCapulet

Good morning everyone. It was indeed the flame...

Good morning everyone. It was indeed the flame sensor, plus the tech said there was soot in the gas line which wasn't helping things. He had replaced the sensor a little over a year ago and it had...
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Posted By JulietCapulet

I've put the call in. And apparently the flame...

I've put the call in. And apparently the flame sensor is guaranteed for 2 years, so at least the part will be covered. I will let you guys know for sure. Thanks again for all your help!
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Views: 4,516
Posted By JulietCapulet

Ok guys. Thanks so much for spending your...

Ok guys. Thanks so much for spending your evening trying to help me. I truly appreciate it. I just checked, and the last time it was repaired (a little over a year ago), they replaced the flame...
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Views: 4,516
Posted By JulietCapulet

The one I have is a generic. I do have the...

The one I have is a generic. I do have the wiring diagram, but don't know if I can help you with that.
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Posted By JulietCapulet

The gray wire is to the vent damper. That...

The gray wire is to the vent damper. That stopped working years ago, so they just disconnected the wire. Is the thermocouple different than the flame sensor?
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Views: 4,516
Posted By JulietCapulet

I forgot to answer your other question. I don't...

I forgot to answer your other question. I don't have any other gas appliances. Just the hot water tank which is working fine!
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Views: 4,516
Posted By JulietCapulet

I definitely have a pilot. I've now got the...

I definitely have a pilot. I've now got the cover off and there is no doubt that I have a pilot, and the thermocouple is right behind it. I have a spare thermocouple, so I can try replacing that if...
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Views: 4,516
Posted By JulietCapulet

Where would that be? And if a gas valve wasn't...

Where would that be? And if a gas valve wasn't opening, would I still have a pilot?
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