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    Jim, thanks again for the great answer. It sounds...

    Jim, thanks again for the great answer. It sounds to me that rewiring the entire house is my best option. My contractor obviously got a couple of facts wrong - I'm extremely glad I learned the truth...
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    Hi Jim, Thanks for your quick and thorough...

    Hi Jim,

    Thanks for your quick and thorough reply. If I'm understanding you correctly, you're saying that even with a GFIC breaker I still need to run a ground wire run to each receptacle to...
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    Will a Gfci breaker solve my problem?

    Hi guys,

    I just recently purchased a 50-year old house in which all the receptacles in the living room are ungrounded. Since that's where I have my TVs and computers, I'd like to make sure they...
  4. Hj and jag thanks for the excellent feedback. You...

    Hj and jag thanks for the excellent feedback. You guys are probably hit the nail in the head about the leaking shower pan. I figured that's what I have, but I wanted hear from the experts here. I'm...
  5. Need advice with countertop backsplash and bathroom subfloor

    Hi guys,

    I'm a beginner DIYer in the process of remodeling the kitchen and bathroom of an older (1962) house. While removing the old laminate countertop, the backsplash took some of the drywall...
  6. Thanks, I will try the 7/8" deep socket and be...

    Thanks, I will try the 7/8" deep socket and be back with an update.
  7. Need help finding the right Shower Valve Socket

    I have an older house with a leaking shower valve. I'm trying to replace it but I can't seem to find the correct socket for the hex nut.

    I purchased a 5-piece tub set. The 27/32 was too small and...
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    Thanks for your reply Gary. The plumbers...

    Thanks for your reply Gary. The plumbers yesterday also recommended hiring professionals for the work. They quoted $250-$350 to replace the lead closet flange. Does that seem like a fair price?
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    Need advice on removing old closet flange

    I recently decided to replace my main toilet with a TOTO drake, and after removing the old toilet, this is what I saw:
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