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My 12V DC Amplifier There are a huge number of completely different devices that can be described as an "amplifier". Only a subset of them operate using a 12V DC supply. Here is an example: However, it doesn't really matter, the advice below applies for any device which requires an input voltage of 12V DC How can I use my 12-DC amplifier at my house?...


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Not sure if this should be a comment or an answer. You will need something on top of the concrete but under the radiant tubing to reflect the heat upward. They do make a metal coated wood for that purpose that has channels already routed out for the tubing. It will ad to the height of your new finished floor. I assume your concrete is on top of earth or ...


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Pay now or pay later. Galvanized pipes inevitably fail over time because they crud up from the inside which constricts flow. This reduces the thickness of the wall, so if the flow doesn't get you, the failure of the wall will. Having said that, 3" is huge, so it would probably take a while before you noticed flow constriction. You'd still have a problem ...


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What I would do: Cut the long pipe. Move the radiator, making both cut pieces accessible. Remove and and discard both pieces of the long pipe. Unscrew the elbow-and-tee assembly from the radiator. Replace the short nipple with two short nipples connected by a union. Replace the long pipe with a longer pipe to account for the added length of the added ...



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