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  1. Not a bad idea, thanks

    Not a bad idea, thanks
  2. Local electrician agrees

    Local electrician agrees
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  4. I'll have to fix this. Thanks for the info and...

    I'll have to fix this. Thanks for the info and help
  5. So, should I leave the drywall down and until I...

    So, should I leave the drywall down and until I change the wiring? I'm updating the kitchen wiring right now. The wiring was so messed up that it was easier to tear most of it out rather try to fix. ...
  6. Questions on old wiring stapled to bottom of joists

    I pulled down existing sheet rock to add a 15 amp and (2) 20 amp wiring and found the existing wiring was stapled to the bottom of the joists. It looks like some type of raceway but I haven't found...
  7. I can see having one or two outlets especially in...

    I can see having one or two outlets especially in rooms with no overhead lighting but EVERY outlet can be annoying at times. It limits what I can put in the room because some things you don't want to...
  8. It's definitely orange (flash makes it hard to...

    It's definitely orange (flash makes it hard to see). The wire says Colonial Flex Type NM 600 Volt 12/3. I can understand having a plug switched for floor lamps but this is occurring on every...
  9. Upon further investigation the whole house is set...

    Upon further investigation the whole house is set up this way. There's a switch as you walk into each room and it will turn off/on the bottom receptacles for the entire room.

    I have no idea why...
  10. Separate lines and breakers for one receptacle??????

    My kitchen outlets have a separate breaker for the tops and bottoms of each receptacle.

    I have no idea why someone would wire it this way. Has anyone heard of this? If so, can you tell me the...
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    Alright, I'm going to give a shot tomorrow....

    Alright, I'm going to give a shot tomorrow. Thanks
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    Ah ha, that makes sense with the wire switch....

    Ah ha, that makes sense with the wire switch. Since I'm putting in new wire anyway I will switch them so the red and white are correct.

    Another question. The thermostat has a cool setting also....
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    Do you know if I can just hit the red oil burner...

    Do you know if I can just hit the red oil burner switch off and back on when working on this?
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    Connecting the "Fan "Only" on Thermostat

    Right now I only have two wires coming from the control board on my furnace to the thermostat in the living room. "R" and "W".

    I want to be able to run fan only. Do I only need to connect a wire...
  15. This is similar to what I was thinking except...

    This is similar to what I was thinking except using glass

    http://i896.photobucket.com/albums/ac166/stepaukob/beforeandaftershower_zps842f8425.jpg
  16. Moving the controls would be easy. The drain...

    Moving the controls would be easy. The drain would be a little trickier. I'm concerned about water escaping but in the pic below there's even less area for water to be contained. Is the design below...
  17. I would put in a rain shower head but I'm not...

    I would put in a rain shower head but I'm not sure if that eliminate water from getting outside



    I see what you're saying. If I can't relocate the drain easily then I'm not going to waste my...
  18. Drain and faucet position for walk-in shower

    I am in the process of rehabbing a small, full bath. The existing tub enclosure has the faucet and drain on the left side as you are facing it.

    I thought about pulling out the tub, pouring a...
  19. Turned the nut 4 turns for a 10lb increase. Also...

    Turned the nut 4 turns for a 10lb increase. Also added air to the tank using a hand pump (hand pump wasn't easy, next time I'll have a compressor available).

    Noticeable difference as I'm now at...
  20. Thanks, I'll change the filter, check the washer...

    Thanks, I'll change the filter, check the washer a little more thoroughly. The pressure switch I'll try after. Thanks again
  21. Tell me what I have and if it's working correctly - Vids included

    Hey guys,
    I'm new to owning/living on property with a private well so I'm not entirely sure if the pressure is adequate or not. The pressure is very low at the washer. I included some videos to give...
  22. I guess my concern is why is there choliform in...

    I guess my concern is why is there choliform in the first place?

    Some things I have found are these:
    Loose well cap, open holes or cracks in the well pipe, damaged grout seal around the well...
  23. So I should probably remove the filter first and...

    So I should probably remove the filter first and if that doesn't solve it I should run the water again and watch to make pressure gauge on the tank is reading correct pressure. Once again, I'll be...
  24. Low Water Pressure Throughout - Private Well - Diagnose or Things to Check

    Hey guys,
    I am in the process of purchasing a house. On inspection we noticed low water pressure throughout the house. At that time I had no understanding of wells, pressure tanks, or anything of...
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    I haven't done anything yet except pull down...

    I haven't done anything yet except pull down walls. I'm still deciding if it'll be worth it to have it done.
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