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I agree with user47333 about the correct gauge nails to be used. I unknowingly loaded the gun with 16 ga nails , got two "shots" and it was all done nailing. I put oil into it , thinking this is the problem , to no avail. When I looked at the pkg of nails , it then sunk in. Had to remove the cover , remove the 16 ga nail , loaded it with 18 ga nails , and , ...


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Do a search for shutter caps. These are metal caps that go over the tops of shutters. They will help with the top, but not likely the splash-back from the ground. If you can find a roofer or a siding contractor with a sheet metal brake (and is willing to deal with a small project) you could easily bend a strip of metal, perhaps 3 or 4 inches wide, to ...


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As long as you purge the tank until the moisture out you should be fine. I maintain some big compressors 150-200 hp that all push up into a separator tank to make sure any oil is removed from the water then the oil drains back to the compressor and this is a commercial setup. I am guessing you have a manual valve, when there is very little water vapor coming ...


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i would say that rule of thumb must be different for different places. e.g if you're living in industrial area like where you have alot of pollution in the air , you must go for change before the time mentioned in the manual but if you're living in healthy environment like well planned societies than it could lasts more than specified time. In short you must ...


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One problem (and not just with home cheapo) is that there are many models of toilet that all do the same thing, with somewhat different and not always compatible parts. Some have 2" flush valves, some have 3" flush valves - etc. Two problems with home cheapo and lowes and other things like them is that the help are often not particularly knowledgeable, and ...



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