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    Regarding the house: 1. The bathroom requires at...

    Regarding the house:
    1. The bathroom requires at least one 20 Amp circuit with receptacles GFI protected. That circuit may also serve lights in the bathroom or you can serve the lights with another...
  2. Think of your problem as not really a problem. ...

    Think of your problem as not really a problem.

    The drip from the shower head occurs only when you are trying to fill the tub. If a bit drips from the shower it is all going to end up in the tub...
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    I had occasion to use an infrared camera (by a...

    I had occasion to use an infrared camera (by a company called FLIR) inside a building to assess heat leaks. As I was moving from one area to another I noticed a very dark line across a carpet-covered...
  4. A problem that can arise with common equipment...

    A problem that can arise with common equipment grounds connected to two services (Your Case 2) is that if the power company neutral is lost at one service, then the ground connecting the two services...
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    You might be able to get enough water if you can...

    You might be able to get enough water if you can bore a hole into the bottom of the dug well with a post hole auger on an extension pipe.

    Another possibility would be to dig a hole a few feet deep...
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    You could try a piece of quarter round or "shoe...

    You could try a piece of quarter round or "shoe moulding" in white plastic, which would be quite flexible. Then secure it to the floor with small/thin stainless ring-shank nails at frequent...
  7. You could buy a separate 100 amp main for the new...

    You could buy a separate 100 amp main for the new panel but it would cost almost as much as the panel.

    If you go to HDepot you can buy a 200 Amp Homeline panel with a number of breakers....
  8. The top of the water is at 35 ft. NO SUCTION PUMP...

    The top of the water is at 35 ft. NO SUCTION PUMP will lift the water that far. You need a deep well jet pump or a small diameter submersible pump that you can drop into the well.

    There are deep...
  9. That radiator looks just like one from which I...

    That radiator looks just like one from which I cut 3/8" off the feet about a month ago in the West Roxbury section of Boston. It took about 20 seconds with a cutoff wheel on a 4.5" angle grinder. The...
  10. Replacing Shower and Tub Valve Set - Questions

    I am considering replacing back-to-back shower/tub valves (Moen Dialcet) originally installed in 1965. The valve is dripping on one and the diverter drips to the tub spout on the other.
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    I had a piece of 1.5" copper drain from a kitchen...

    I had a piece of 1.5" copper drain from a kitchen sink fail by corrosion at the bottom of the pipe. The corrosion kept thinning it until it got so thin that the residual fabrication stresses caused...
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