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    When I had a new phone line installed, the phone...

    When I had a new phone line installed, the phone company made me use 1" conduit. They also told me where to begin and end.
  2. Thread: Shower remodel

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    Shower remodel

    I'm planning a shower remodel to include new fixtures and a larger shower area. The plan is in its very early stages. We are thinking about an overhead rain type fixture in addition to a wall mount...
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    A couple other items of interest: Is there a...

    A couple other items of interest: Is there a ground wire in the mix somewhere? Can you see if one of the black wires goes to the switch with the red wire or are there more lights on this switch? Be...
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    What is the reasoning used for this? I'm just...

    What is the reasoning used for this? I'm just trying to understand what code/physics is trying to protect us from. Thanks
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    I'd bring in a plumber to check and clear the...

    I'd bring in a plumber to check and clear the line before deciding on the next steps.
  6. I think one of the real plumbers will have to...

    I think one of the real plumbers will have to chime in here. But from a DIY perspective, I'd replace the copper with the flex line. If not, you need to inspect the copper to see if it can be reused...
  7. I purchased a whole house fan from one of the big...

    I purchased a whole house fan from one of the big box stores (starts with L) that has the automatic door for under $500. It has a remote and does a great job. I don't remember the make. The big...
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    I think you need to know the cabinet layout...

    I think you need to know the cabinet layout before running the wires. The hood can be hard wired or plugged into an existing outlet. My hood is not in a cabinet and I had to make sure the box was...
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    I had the same problem. My fix was to get a new...

    I had the same problem. My fix was to get a new toilet.
  10. You could look into the military. If you do, be...

    You could look into the military. If you do, be sure to get all the info from the recruiter before you sign up. The schooling is top notch and you will get lots of experience.
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    What is the time interval on the motion sensors?

    What is the time interval on the motion sensors?
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    I had an issue with the water pump (from the...

    I had an issue with the water pump (from the dehumidifier) failing and causing the heater to stop working. Once the pump was replaced everything worked again. I also had a problem with a Ruud where...
  13. Is the metal box grounded properly? I can't tell...

    Is the metal box grounded properly? I can't tell from the picture.
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    Jim, Does that requirement apply to all circuits...

    Jim,
    Does that requirement apply to all circuits above the countertop or only to the minimum required 2 circuits?
    Thanks
  15. Thread: Heat not working

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    Is the igniter working? If its like my old one,...

    Is the igniter working? If its like my old one, its ceramic and if it breaks the blower starts, it tries to light and fails.
  16. Thread: Built-in timers

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    Try Smarthome...

    Try Smarthome http://www.smarthome.com/2046/Programmable-Receptacle-Timer/p.aspx
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    Based on my experience, its reasonable. I had a...

    Based on my experience, its reasonable. I had a similar length run for gas and water and got bids from $1000 - $2000.
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    Make sure the sensor is clean and free of debris....

    Make sure the sensor is clean and free of debris. I had some busy spiders that managed to cover my sensors with webs. After cleaning them things worked much better.
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    My old house (built in 1965) did not ground...

    My old house (built in 1965) did not ground anything except the kitchen, bathrooms, garage and 1 outside outlet. The romex had 2 wires and no ground. If there's no ground wire in the box its pretty...
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    Do you know what type of door you will be using...

    Do you know what type of door you will be using and what the manufacturer recommends?
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    Cost is based on what you will have done and if...

    Cost is based on what you will have done and if you will do it yourself (not recommended) or have a pro do it. Many years ago I paid $1500 to have a new 200A panel installed and feed my original...
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    I'm going to talk to building and safety to make...

    I'm going to talk to building and safety to make sure before i start this project. I'd kind of like it to stay standing and not take the wall of my house down if it goes.

    Thanks for all the...
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    Great Idea. How about hot/filtered water...

    Great Idea. How about hot/filtered water dispenser?
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    The original cover was built with 2x6 at a 10'...

    The original cover was built with 2x6 at a 10' span and 24" on center. I'm changing to 4x6 to match another patio cover on a different side of my house. The new one was built with 4x6 about 32" on...
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    I guess they would be joists.

    I guess they would be joists.
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