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Jan
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reviewed Approve How do I get leftover tape stickiness off of plastic surfaces?
Jan
13
revised Can I apply water based polyurethane over oil based polyurethane and vice versa?
Make the title the actual question.
Jan
12
reviewed Approve Is there a way to find out how often your furnace is running?
Jan
12
reviewed Approve How can I fix this chandelier socket?
Jan
12
revised Are T12 fluorescent lamps still available?
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Jan
11
revised What is normally done to bridge skirting boards around an opening with different floor levels on each side?
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Jan
11
answered What is normally done to bridge skirting boards around an opening with different floor levels on each side?
Jan
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revised What is normally done to bridge skirting boards around an opening with different floor levels on each side?
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Jan
10
revised Why am I getting a lot of condensation in new shed?
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Jan
10
revised Why am I getting a lot of condensation in new shed?
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Jan
8
revised Plywood floor gets inexplicably wet, what could possibly be the cause?
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Jan
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Jan
6
revised How can I wire a panel heater?
Explain why it needs to be hard wired
Jan
6
answered How can I wire a panel heater?
Jan
5
comment How can I change light bulbs in a fixture located 20ft above the ground?
@LarsTech - you should be able to rent them (if you can in the UK, I'm sure you will in the US).
Jan
5
comment How to permanently remedy a patch of mold on a ceiling from a water leak above?
@Kurt - you could cut a small hole (the size of your finger) which might be enough to feel whether the other side is very wet or not. This would be easier to fill - especially if you cut it near the light fitting (turn off the power) where it would be obscured
Jan
5
comment How can I change light bulbs in a fixture located 20ft above the ground?
@jberger - Yes it is possibly overkill, but the way the question is phrased made me think that the OP wouldn't be happy up a 16ft step ladder.
Jan
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Jan
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revised How can I change light bulbs in a fixture located 20ft above the ground?
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Jan
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answered How can I change light bulbs in a fixture located 20ft above the ground?