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    jadnashua, Thank you very much. That did not...

    jadnashua, Thank you very much. That did not cross my mind at all. Now that you mention that, the bottom of the socket looks different than any I have seen. I was going to just replace the unit,...
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    BROAN Fan/Light Problem

    I have a BROAN Bathroom Fan/Heat Bulb fixture that I installed 3 years ago that recently developed a problem. I have the unit wired to a Pass Seymour Countdown Timer for the Heat Bulb, and on a...
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    OK, so now I'm really confused Heh....Sorry. ...

    OK, so now I'm really confused

    Heh....Sorry. Yeah, I basically would just like to enclose a free standing woodburner into a cinder block alcove with 12 " of clearance around the unit. 36" above...
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    Thanks for the tips! I would be installing a...

    Thanks for the tips! I would be installing a brand new free stander. The size of the enclosure would be determined by my choice (around 28-30 " wide). So, you're saying that because this would...
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    Woodburner Installation Question

    I am trying to plan a Woodburner install as per the following diagram:

    15666

    The woodburner would stand within a cinder block enclosure leaving 12" of clearance to each side and 8 inches to the...
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    Heh!! So would I. Thanks, Gary! I have been...

    Heh!! So would I. Thanks, Gary! I have been leaning toward replacing it also. Parts and labor (Yeah, I could do it...but......) would surely run up to 150-200 and a replacement runs about...
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    I installed a high loop (about 12 years ago). No...

    I installed a high loop (about 12 years ago). No disposal. It goes in the downpipe of the P trap, just before the trap, via a Y connection.
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    Dishwasher drainage problem

    My dishwasher doesn't drain all of the waste water from the tub. There is the same amount of water in the tub each and every time I run a cycle. I have pulled the drain hose off and watched it...
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    Thanks nukeman. Hooked it up that way and she be...

    Thanks nukeman. Hooked it up that way and she be heatin'!

    Off I go to the Depot!
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    Ahhhhh..... Thank you nukeman. I read this...

    Ahhhhh..... Thank you nukeman. I read this about the voltage somewhere else, but couldn't get an explanation. Or at least one I could understand. I thought.....well, I thought wrong.

    I'll go...
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    I used a 20A 2-circuit circuit breaker. There is...

    I used a 20A 2-circuit circuit breaker. There is only one buss bar clip.
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    Oh. I didn't check continuity. Where can i...

    Oh. I didn't check continuity. Where can i check that at the two power leads?

    It's definitely 500W
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    New Baseboard Heater install

    Hey!

    This is more an electrical issue so, I'll post it here. I am installing a 240V 500 Watt Cadet baseboard heater in a bedroom I am remodeling. I ran the NMB from a single pole 20A double...
  14. I used a jackhammer on a similar project with a...

    I used a jackhammer on a similar project with a bathroom relocation (opposite side of plumbing wall) to put in a bedroom on my first floor. I used a fiber reinforced blade on a circular saw to cut a...
  15. Refinishing an Astracast composite corner sink

    Hello all,

    I have an Astracast white composite material double bowl corner sink that I installed in my kitchen remodel I did in 1998/99. Of course, over the years, it's accumulated a few chips...
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    Thanks Jim. Yeah, I'm taking out the...

    Thanks Jim. Yeah, I'm taking out the refrigerator GFCI. It was a little unecessary overkill and I think this little episode killed my ice maker. The control module doesn't show any continuity and...
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    Timer switch for bulb heater blown

    Have a electrical problem with a Pass Seymour Timer switch on a bathroom remodel I am currently undertaking. Attached is a rendering of the wiring involved:
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    Guys thanks, but I think this is a case of...

    Guys thanks, but I think this is a case of Multimeter operator malfunction (ME) than an electrical problem. It was combination of weak battery and just me being a dope. Thanks!

    I really need a...
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    Circuits are testing way over voltage

    Using a Multimeter to check voltages at my receptacles, I have found that no matter what outlet I check, I am getting 159.6v. I checked my 110/120v circuits at the breaker box and they are...
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    I found that out very quickly in my beginning...

    I found that out very quickly in my beginning shade tree plumbing career. Working on a jet pump well system used to pull water from Lake of Egypt (S. Illinois), uphill 120 feet to my house. I...
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    Yeah...if I was still in the Chicago area, I...

    Yeah...if I was still in the Chicago area, I would probably be in good shape. Down here in S. Illinois we usually have to whittle 'em ourselves and hope they work. :D
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    Hmmm. I posted it as an image and I can see it. ...

    Hmmm. I posted it as an image and I can see it. Don't know what is up.

    Here it is again:

    http://www.armchairgeneral.com/forums/picture.php?albumid=244&pictureid=2625

    I think it's a Kohler,...
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    Thanks, Jim. I replaced one of the stem valves...

    Thanks, Jim. I replaced one of the stem valves about ten years ago and it was a bit of a booger to find. I was thinking that the threads were fairly standard, so new stem valves matching the new...
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    Re-Using a Rough-In Valve

    I have the below Rough-In Valve:

    http://www.armchairgeneral.com/forums/picture.php?albumid=244&pictureid=2625

    Not sure the manufacturer. There was an original construction manila tag wrapped...
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    Re-Using a Rough-In Valve

    I have the below two handle Rough-In Valve.

    http://www.armchairgeneral.com/forums/picture.php?albumid=244&pictureid=2625

    It's 25 years old appears to be in really good shape. Of course, I am...
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