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    Thanks for the replies. Ended up being bad...

    Thanks for the replies.

    Ended up being bad capacitor, so that was easy.

    For future reference though, I've pulled pumps on poly before but they had a rope/cable holding the weight. I know most...
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    Drop Pipe Choice With New Pump

    I'm out of town (of course) and my wife calls saying there is no water. I'll get dad to go over and test and see what we can find out, but I don't have a good feeling.

    Assuming I need a new pump,...
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    This is what my granite installer did on all four...

    This is what my granite installer did on all four sides of my sink. Holding so far.
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    That's what did, except I probably only had 1/2"...

    That's what did, except I probably only had 1/2" of cover.

    And if you are at all concerned about dust have a helper use a low pressure water hose and a shop vac at the circular saw. The water...
  5. Lots of people need jobs and the government likes...

    Lots of people need jobs and the government likes to spend money, let's get crackin'! At least it would be a useful expenditure.

    Remember last year how the Missouri and Mississippi rivers had...
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    Finally finished the lighting in the remodeled...

    Finally finished the lighting in the remodeled kitchen. Ended up using the Sylvania LED downlights I asked about in the previous post. We liked the 3000K color in the kitchen versus the 2700K. ...
  7. Water is eventually going to be the new oil. In...

    Water is eventually going to be the new oil. In some places it already is.

    Beef may be cheap this fall but long term the short corn crop and beef herd reduction this year in the midwest coupled...
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    I had a similar problem with the motor on my old...

    I had a similar problem with the motor on my old Craftsman table saw. I don't remember it cutting out but it would start making a terrible grinding noise and you would have to shut it down. I took...
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    Like Gary said, check into trusses or consider a...

    Like Gary said, check into trusses or consider a glulam beam. Dimensional lumber, even sistered 2x12's does won't give you much support over a 22' span. When I took out a wall in my living room I...
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    I water my yard with soaker hoses for eight hours...

    I water my yard with soaker hoses for eight hours per location each night. Takes me eight nights and uses somewhere between 24000 and 30000 gallons. This puts out equivalent to 3" of irrigation and...
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    What about the Sylvania RT6? It's a 6" LED...

    What about the Sylvania RT6? It's a 6" LED downlight at 3000K. http://www.sylvania.com/en-us/products/featured-products/Pages/rt6.aspx

    Any feedback on these?

    I tried both the Sylvania RT6 and...
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    Thanks for the pics Chad. Looks like Cree's...

    Thanks for the pics Chad. Looks like Cree's downlights are either 2700K or 3500K. In that case, I'll stick with the Home Depot 2700K Cree model. Their website shows them at $39.97 each for my...
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    Is there a high quality LED lamp for recessed...

    Is there a high quality LED lamp for recessed cans available in 3000K? I'm thinking I would prefer this for the kitchen area. If there's even a noticeable difference between 2700 and 3000K.
  14. Wow, the Kohlers are $100 a piece. There's not...

    Wow, the Kohlers are $100 a piece. There's not enough engineering and material in those to get me to spend as much on basket strainers as the sink itself. I think the $50 I spent on BrassCraft or...
  15. Meant strainer body/flange. Can't think of what...

    Meant strainer body/flange. Can't think of what it's called.
  16. Best drain type and strainer for kitchen sink?

    Kitchen remodel with new undermount SS sink. I want to put in high quality strainers that will look good and last, as well as drain piping that will last. What do you prefer?

    Solvent PVC, PVC...
  17. I'm thinking that is the way I would go in this...

    I'm thinking that is the way I would go in this current house if I need to do a replacement.

    But I am very intrigued by the ductless systems and would heavily consider one when I do new...
  18. Been busy at work so sorry for not getting back...

    Been busy at work so sorry for not getting back here. Started a new job last Monday.

    To make a long story short, cap, relay, etc. checked out fine on the old unit but it would not start so I...
  19. Dana, was hoping you'd respond. Let me try to...

    Dana, was hoping you'd respond. Let me try to answer your questions.

    House is oriented lengthwise southwest to northeast, with the bedrooms on the northeast end. Open kitchen living space in the...
  20. Need HVAC Suggestions - Conventional/ductless/etc.?

    Looks like I'm in the market for a new central a/c and heating system. Currently have a heat pump with backup electric heat, no gas, etc. Typical stick built on slab house, single story (ranch I...
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    Valveman, How much back pressure is needed? ...

    Valveman,

    How much back pressure is needed? 10 lbs?

    It's relatively common here to run a 4" submersible wide open with no restriction to fill small reservoirs, stock tanks, etc.
  22. I wonder if they meant the internal wiring on the...

    I wonder if they meant the internal wiring on the heater or the wire from the panel to the unit. I looked the other day and it is NM (no B) so technically that is probably under-rated. But I would...
  23. Will Water Heater Wiring Overheat with External Insulation?

    Was reading an article in my local electric co-op magazine. They recommend not setting an electric water heater over 130* if wrapped with an external insulation blanket to avoid overheating the...
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    What is Jamie holding?

    What is Jamie holding?
  25. Agreed. Good for you. There's nothing like...

    Agreed.

    Good for you. There's nothing like some quality time on a quality throne with some good reading material.
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