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May
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awarded  Notable Question
May
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awarded  plumbing
May
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awarded  Notable Question
May
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reviewed Close Narrow bed frame
May
16
reviewed Leave Open Corded vs Cordless Drill
May
16
reviewed Close C terminal / Wifi thermostat
May
16
reviewed Close We hear a constant bass subwoofer like thumping noise every night from about midnight to 7 am
May
16
revised Corded vs Cordless Drill
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May
16
comment Corded vs Cordless Drill
@johnny valid point but I use mine 20 plus times a week at home... Not plugging it in everytime period. So I guess usage per week is a good indicator too
May
15
answered Corded vs Cordless Drill
May
15
answered A crack in my foundation wall is leaking
May
15
comment Using Fence as a retaining wall
picture and fence material would help
May
14
comment Solution for A/C Condensate Drain Line that doesn't require emptying a bucket of water every day?
Do you have a picture of the line and current setup? This would help us understand our options.
May
12
comment Who do I contact to have the property line marked?
Yes. I use a stud finder magnet taped to a stick. Sounds ghetto but find the bars in a few minutes.
May
12
comment Making piping easily accessible inside shower
I am not sure about that. I would need to hear about it in more detail. No way you are waterproofing that area after just cutting out a hole.
May
12
comment Making piping easily accessible inside shower
Pulling it off the wall isn't hard. Just use less silicone behind it. You pry it off the top then pull..
May
12
comment Making piping easily accessible inside shower
Take out tile and glue to wall. You would probably get a piece that has a corner lip that would install over the tile on your long wall. The tile to fiberglass seam would just need some silicone.
May
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comment Making piping easily accessible inside shower
How would you install backer, waterproof, and so on after busting up tiles? If this is a secret way to fix tile/pluming issues explain it in detail. This just confuses me because I don't see how you would reattach everything properly.
May
11
answered Making piping easily accessible inside shower
May
11
comment Using 12 ga wire to pigtail a receptacle
Also note that you probably never want to use 12G copper to pigtail aluminum. It won't bend enough and there is a high high chance it will cause your aluminum to break in the future.