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    I have a Goulds irrigator 2hp pumping from a...

    I have a Goulds irrigator 2hp pumping from a creek which is tide effected. It sits about 2 feet above high tide, been there for close to 20 years. Been under water several times over the years and...
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    Thanks to you all for your the input. If my...

    Thanks to you all for your the input. If my casing would handle a submersible, it would have been in there years ago.

    In general, a half horse has been providing sufficient water. I was just...
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    Shallow well high head ?

    Currently our home well has a .5hp sw pump. When it is time to replace it I was thinking of going with a .5 sw high head pump to get a bit more pressure, and better performance at the higher...
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    Another thing to check for is that there is an...

    Another thing to check for is that there is an orifice to limit the flow. Be sure it was not removed, or enlarged, by someone due to restricted flow.
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    I have used several, Gutter Guard, Gutter...

    I have used several, Gutter Guard, Gutter Helment, Leafguard, and the Gutter Brush.

    Gutter helment does a fine job, but due to the size has a different look that some folks don't like. But, I...
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    The blue solvent you are seeing is used when...

    The blue solvent you are seeing is used when working with connections where there may water that can get on the fittings while making connections. PVC is commonly used in our area. You may find the...
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    Thinking of replacing a Goulds Irri-Gator

    I have a 20+ year old Goulds Irri-Gator 2hp centrifugal pump which pumps from a river. It is approaching time to replace it. Have heard that some irrigation companies in our area have been...
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    Hard to tell from the photo, but it does not look...

    Hard to tell from the photo, but it does not look like the low voltage control wires are attached to the contactor.
  9. Thread: Range Vent ??

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    Do not believe you will find that building code...

    Do not believe you will find that building code allows the stove under a window.

    Looks like you could vent through the roof.
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    I would take the issue past Manual J. You can...

    I would take the issue past Manual J. You can have a well balanced system and still have a cold bathroom, especially if on a slab, with hot air heat, and the bathroom on an outside wall.
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    If you are going for a higher efficency unit, you...

    If you are going for a higher efficency unit, you will most likely find you will have to change the line size.

    Also, you will probably find that unless you are going with a heat pump, or changing...
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    The first question should be, "Why did the...

    The first question should be, "Why did the transister go bad?"

    Could be on board, or off board, or just a weak transistor.
  13. Thread: Grout Problem

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    If you are going that route, I would surely...

    If you are going that route, I would surely regrout with epoxy grout. If you are not comfortable applying it, have someone experienced do it, you will not be sorry!
  14. Thread: Humidifier Bypass

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    I have mounted them on the A coil housing, on the...

    I have mounted them on the A coil housing, on the side facing the flat area of the coil, and high enough not to hit the coil.
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    Gary, Thanks, I will look around and see what...

    Gary,

    Thanks, I will look around and see what I can find locally.

    They had told me to remove a small float assembly (which is hidden behind the vertical output pipe) which is in the PP...
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    I would try: Radio Shack Allied Electronics...

    I would try:

    Radio Shack
    Allied Electronics
    Mouser
    Jameco

    Allied probably being your best bet.
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    Gary, I found the remains of Gen. I., seems...

    Gary,

    I found the remains of Gen. I., seems that the vessel I showed you was discontinued many years ago. They claim that anyones "open solution" tank will work. Can you give me any direction?
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    Gary, The photos are one's I had. The system...

    Gary,

    The photos are one's I had. The system is at a summer cottage and will not be back there for a while.

    The shot on the back of the pickup is the potassium permanganate vessel. You can...
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    Thanks Peter. My filter is in great shape, the...

    Thanks Peter. My filter is in great shape, the problem is with the vessel which holds and meters the potassium permanganate.

    Paul
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    Gary, I was hoping you had some experience...

    Gary,

    I was hoping you had some experience with the General Ionics units.

    They use a "sealed" vessel which has a cup like rubber bladder in the bottom. When regenerating it pulls solution...
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    General Ionics greensand filter parts

    I have an old filter for which I need a new bladder for the PP regeneration tank.

    Anyone have any idea as to a source of parts? I know General Ionics has been sold a couple of times, but have no...
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    You can use a 240v rated thermostat on a 120v...

    You can use a 240v rated thermostat on a 120v mat. However, would strongly suggest you use a floor sensing thermostat not an air sensing one. You will get a considerably better economy and comfort.
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    I have used Warmly Yours over Wedi board on many...

    I have used Warmly Yours over Wedi board on many installations. Regardless of what product you use, by all means use a floor sensing thermostat, not an air sensing one.
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    I took it to be a bait posting. Not deserving a...

    I took it to be a bait posting. Not deserving a serious detailed answer.
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    If AC was just a temperature issue ....... it is...

    If AC was just a temperature issue ....... it is not.
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