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There are a few possibilities, you can eliminate them one by one: Take proper safety precautions to ensure that you are not injured if the door operates while you perform the following tests The wiring is loose at the opener. Depending on your opener, you may have screw terminals or push in connectors. Check that the wires are secure by gently tugging ...


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What's done is done. I'd grout and generally move on with life, and only revisit it if and when the tiles start popping on their own, which may never happen. You are NOT a professional tile installer who would be well advised to rip out and do it over for the sake of their reputation. So you don't need to act like one.


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See Lutron's list of compatible dimmable LEDs. Refer to pages 19-36 for the CL series dimmers. I do not see any G7 bulbs listed. I would say either your bulbs aren't compatible with your dimmer, or you got a bad dimmer. Try swapping out whichever is easiest (the bulbs or the dimmer) first, and if that doesn't work try swapping the other.


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Test the thermostat There's a couple ways to do this, the "professional" way, or the "caveman" way. Label and remove the wire connected to the Y terminal on the thermostat. Set your multimeter to test continuity, or resistance. Set the thermostat to cooling, and reduce the set temperature until the unit starts to call for cooling (may hear a click, and ...


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The best I can do on this is give a narrow set of guidelines: If a system was working and then there is a failure, usually there is only one critical point of failure that prevents the system from operating and not multiple simultaneous failures. (Of course, there may be multiple underlying problems that are not system critical, but that is not the issue ...


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The freezer provides the cooling for the refrigerator. The refrigerator settings usually just adjust vent ports from the freezer. Some units use just vent ports, other units utilize ports along with a fan. Set the fridge at midpoint setting then adjust the freezer setting until your stuff in the fridge no longer ices up.



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