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  1. Need suggestions for good toilet seat......

    Alright, no need for beating around the bush here, I broke the toilet seat this morning. I put it on new only 5 weeks ago. The last one lasted 4 years. I need a seat that will be able to handle...
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    Here is what I did in my kitchen remodel almost 2...

    Here is what I did in my kitchen remodel almost 2 years ago. I installed an outlet in the cabinet above the sink. I then had each outlet wired to be controlled by a different switch. You can see...
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    I remodeled my kitchen almost 2 years ago. I had...

    I remodeled my kitchen almost 2 years ago. I had buddy help me install all the cabinets - base and wall. I told my wife that I would have the countertop professionally installed just in case of a...
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    Just remember that the Celotex is only there...

    Just remember that the Celotex is only there because that wall USED to be the outside of the house. When this room was enclosed, they put stucco over the top of the siding. I have taken the stucco...
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    Which is better???

    Ok, as some of you might know, I have been remodeling a back room of my house. So far I have been able to get some sheetrock up on the ceiling and one wall. I used 1/2" sheetrock on the ceiling and...
  6. My experience at work........

    When is sunrise where you live?? A problem the company where I worked had is that when the building outside lights shut off in the morning, it would trip the breaker. These lights were on a sensor...
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    Forutnately I live hundreds of miles away from...

    Forutnately I live hundreds of miles away from the nearest earthquake zone, Missouri. I live in Kansas, so unfortunately what I have to worry about is a tornado. And NO strapping is gonna hold a...
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    Don't you just hate it when...........

    Don't you hate it when you are working on your current project...

    http://i80.photobucket.com/albums/j167/19montecarlo80/DSC00007.jpg

    And all of a sudden you have an emergency not related to...
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    The Reason for the specialty tool.....

    The reason a specialty tool is needed is because I am trying to twist 4 wires together. The reason I am doing that?? Because of the idiots that wired my garage before I bought my house. I had an...
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    Finally found what I was looking for on an...

    Finally found what I was looking for on an auction site :rolleyes: ....
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    What is the name of the tool??

    An buddy of mine is an electrican and had most of his tools handed down to him. He has a tool that will twist 2+ wires together, but he has never known the exact name of the tool. You put the wires...
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    Yes, I knew the obvious answer was to replace the...

    Yes, I knew the obvious answer was to replace the door, I was just not wanting to have to go that far. After removing the old door, I found a rotting 2X4 next to the frame. We cut out the board...
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    More on the back door......

    Here is what the previous onwer did to try to stop someone from kicking in the door. A bar with a 3" lag screw. He also placed the metal screen over the window so no one could break the glass,...
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    What to do?????

    We decided to remodel a back room of our house. It appears to been a room added to the back of the house years ago. We found the original siding beneath sheetrock. It has always been hot during th...
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    Shoot, the dishwasher does not have to be close...

    Shoot, the dishwasher does not have to be close to the sink. Look how mine was hooked up. They are across the room from each other.
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    More of the demolition: ...

    More of the demolition:

    http://i80.photobucket.com/albums/j167/19montecarlo80/11-11-06_2104.jpg

    Had to open the walls for the new wiring and to find out where the old wiring went.
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    It has been awhile since I posted here. Thought...

    It has been awhile since I posted here. Thought I would give an update to my kitchen remodel. I do not have the flooring installed and the counter top is scheduled to be installed this week.
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    Then I must have ended up lucky, I guess. I...

    Then I must have ended up lucky, I guess.

    I found out this valve by my hot water heater is coming from the water main. It shuts of water to the whole house.
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    I installed the white 2" PVC going thru the...

    I installed the white 2" PVC going thru the floor. It was my January 1, 2006 emergency project. They had actually used lead pipe bent into an S going from the black T to the sewer pipe. The S pipe...
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    What the????

    I have to remove the sheet rock off the walls so that I can have the electrical outlets wired correctly (GFCI).

    Here's what it looked like before starting:...
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    Darn!!!! No such luck....

    Darn!!!! No such luck.
    http://i80.photobucket.com/albums/j167/19montecarlo80/MVC-045S.jpg

    My wife was getting excited at the thought there was hardwood floor underneath. I was not so thrilled...
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    Look what we discovered when we removed the first...

    Look what we discovered when we removed the first layer of vinyl.
    http://i80.photobucket.com/albums/j167/19montecarlo80/MVC-039S.jpg

    By removing this layer, I will not have to cut the door trim...
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    This house was built in 1952, so I am sure it had...

    This house was built in 1952, so I am sure it had hardwood floors thru out the house. That photo is the doorway between the kitchen and the living room. The hardwood is in the living room. Here is...
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    Yes, it is a floating floor. Throwing what heavy...

    Yes, it is a floating floor. Throwing what heavy things???

    The kitchen is 13'1" by 11' 11". The only window that would allow light into the kitchen is partially blocked by a desk, so not much...
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    From the looks of it, the previous owners screwed...

    From the looks of it, the previous owners screwed down plywood before gluing down the vinyl. I intend on putting the flooring under the cabinets for a couple of reasons.
    1) I have already...
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