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  1. Can a PowerAir duct fan be used with a dimmer?

    I'm using a duct fan (Model # 1950103 found here - http://www.waterlineproducts.com/Instructions/powerair%20main%20WEB.pdf) for an unconventional use. The heart of my question is, can I connect it to...
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    Thanks to both of you for your replies back in...

    Thanks to both of you for your replies back in February.

    I decided to take your advice and leave the water in it and it does come in handy to run it when the wood stove is inconvenient. My...
  3. It turns out, it was the Pex that split and I...

    It turns out, it was the Pex that split and I found a simple fitting that connects pex without crimping tools. I posted a detailed explanation of how this was resolved in a related post here:...
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    I've sorted out the problem and it turned out to...

    I've sorted out the problem and it turned out to be much easier to fix than I thought. Hopefully somebody out there who also knows as little about plumbing as I do can be saved some time and money by...
  5. I'm not sure - I haven't coordinated with...

    I'm not sure - I haven't coordinated with somebody else to turn the water on while I look. I just know it's the cold water pipe and the actual copper portion of the line is only about 6 inches long....
  6. How easily will pex pipe melt near a soldered fitting?

    I can't afford a plumber and I don't have the tools to work with pex pipe, but I have done a fair bit of soldering. What are the chances I'd be able to heat this up enough to disconnect the copper...
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    I don't know how to distinguish check values from...

    I don't know how to distinguish check values from spool values but perhaps a picture will help. While we're at it, I'm wondering what the purpose of these things are that I've pointed to. I'm just...
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    Jammed shower faucet after cold weather

    I thought the pipes had frozen when no water came out of the shower one day (it was -15 C or 5 F), but I left it open and ran a blow dryer over it until the pipes warmed up. It began to trickle a bit...
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    Drain boiler for long term inactivity

    I'm just wondering what the implications are for draining my boiler for an unknown length of time. It's about 15 years old, running perfectly fine, but we heat with wood now and I keep it on just to...
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