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    Thanks for both these replies. Ice was...

    Thanks for both these replies.

    Ice was building up in the back of the freezer when we pulled everything out (it is frost free). So I'm not sure if it was the drain line or the heater around the...
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    Top Freezer working, Fridge is failing

    Hi, not sure where to post this. I'm overseas with a US fridge, Whirlpool. The freezer is working the but the fridge failed and started getting warmer over a couple of days. A repair man came out and...
  3. Thanks very much for your help. Yes the wires...

    Thanks very much for your help. Yes the wires look weathered but they are actually fine. It all works like a charm. Thanks again.
  4. adding an outlet next to a switch - a bit confusing

    Hi. I have a garage light switch that is 40 years old and failing. (please see photos). It's a 15amp circuit. The circuit also leads to two outlets upstairs. I know the line seems to be comfortable...
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    faucet stem problem - semi urgent...

    I just replaced two tap stems in one bath and figured a separate shower facet in an adjacent bath would be the same. I figured wrong!

    So I go to take out the whole stem but when I try turning the...
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    Indoor Grilling - downdraft - jenn air

    I've always heard that indoor grilling needs to have a downdraft vent; is there a particular reason why? Jenn Air has pretty much dominated the market for indoor grill options and all their cook tops...
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    Saniflo units are fine and have been used for...

    Saniflo units are fine and have been used for decades now. Most reviews are very positive. I've had mine for over a year with zero issues. If you're concerned fork out a few hundred extra for the...
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    while I've got you Chris; if you wouldn't mind a...

    while I've got you Chris; if you wouldn't mind a some more electrical questions...

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    In a old light/receptacle circuit I relocated some switches and removed a receptacle. The original feed wire...
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    Thanks Chris, It's a very small bathroom under...

    Thanks Chris,

    It's a very small bathroom under the stairs, but it has a shower and therefore the fan is very important in that small space.

    Unfortunately my book mentions a bathroom circuit 4...
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    bathroom wiring; one circuit?

    I'm wiring a small bathroom I have:

    Hunter 100 CFM fan with 100watt light
    Saniflo Saniplus up-flush toilet. (think it is 7amp) (needs GFI circuit)
    One outlet by sink for blow dryer...
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    Stabilizing a Knee Wall

    My neighbor's house (exactly the same as mine) had cut out a large space between the kitchen and the dining room creating a knee wall. It's not super stable but you can lean on it and it feels pretty...
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    I know this is an old post, but did the kit come...

    I know this is an old post, but did the kit come with new anchor bolts? I was able to remove mine by turning and prying them up with a wonder bar at the same time.

    They look like a compression...
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    I receive my saniplus system tomorrow. As far as...

    I receive my saniplus system tomorrow. As far as venting they say in their literature that all US codes require venting. But, at the same time, in every single picture I can find relating to their...
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    I found some other idealists asking the same...

    I found some other idealists asking the same question on other forums and like the answers here they talk about how auto hose clams are definitely not suited for the pex system.

    Iím now liking...
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    pex looks great but...

    I have only just discovered pex after being out of the plumbing world for a decade. It looks absolutely fantastic; certainly a homeowners dream come true.

    But for all it's simplicity the...
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    Filter Filter Filter !

    I ended up blocking up a couple of the vents using some of the 'metal' duct tape (not all the way mind you; there is still some air flow). The two rooms are about 10 degrees cooler up there now, but...
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    Lou, sorry I missed this post. So I ended up...

    Lou, sorry I missed this post. So I ended up doing the Patio door with the LoE. It was $360 including screen from Home Depot.

    Because of the huge hill right behind me I only get maximum 3 hours...
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    Wow Oberon, that was some post! I haven't checked...

    Wow Oberon, that was some post! I haven't checked the Wikipedia entry for Low E in a while but I reckon a lot of your information would go well there.

    I have the typical home window glass as you...
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    thanks frenchie, I'm glad I asked ! I'll give it...

    thanks frenchie, I'm glad I asked ! I'll give it a go.
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    How to block an unused vent

    I have two bedrooms that are unused at the moment and for the winter I'd like to fully block their vents to retain as much heat as possible for the rest of the house.

    Would it be best just to...
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    I did some research! Low E stands for Low...

    I did some research! Low E stands for Low Emissivity. The general consensus is that it really is effective. It's kind of like layering the window with foil, except that it is so thin you can see...
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    Patio Door, Low E glass vs Clear glass

    I have a patio door that gets direct sunlight around midday, but because of evergreen trees and a huge hill it's maybe only an hour a day.

    I want to replace the current patio door because the...
  23. nope; drain flow is fine. The sink is not over...

    nope; drain flow is fine. The sink is not over filling. In fact, it's only when the sink fills up to about an 1" that there is enough water in it to stop itself from spraying out. The 1" or so acts...
  24. Washing Machine Ejection to deep sink is too fast

    Anyone have a tip for slowing down the water ejecting from the washing machine into the deep sink? It shoots so fast and powerful that water covers the utility room floor.

    Is there some kind of...
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    hot/cold shower imbalance

    My buddy just replaced the entire spindle assembly on his shower faucet, both hot, cold, and the divider. All three spindles replaced.

    Yet he still has trouble with the temperature balance. Both ...
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