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revised Condenser, (heat pump) covered in pollen - does it need to be vacuumed - pic attached
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answered Condenser, (heat pump) covered in pollen - does it need to be vacuumed - pic attached
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answered G to C trick not working for cooling. Honeywell RTH9080WF
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revised Troubleshoot AC issue, no inside blower
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comment Building my own garage door - are my plans going to work?
Also note that not a lot of folks are going to trust you enough to download a PDF. If you want folks to look at your plans, post the plans as images. If you're not sure how to post photos, here's a tutorial.
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comment Building my own garage door - are my plans going to work?
Any possibility of having the local overhead door company take a look at your designs?
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comment Troubleshoot AC issue, no inside blower
You should reconnect the board as it was when you found it, then run the test as described. Running the test directly at the board eliminates any issues with the thermostat and wiring.
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comment deck post design
I believe if you bring the concrete above grade, you'll have to embed a rebar support structure in the concrete piers.
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answered Troubleshoot AC issue, no inside blower
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comment Troubleshoot AC issue, no inside blower
Is there a schematic inside the furnace? If so, could you snap a decent photo of it, and post it here?
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answered Painting over bright color with Kilz and single-coat of one-coat paint: overkill? Underkill?
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comment Painting over bright color with Kilz and single-coat of one-coat paint: overkill? Underkill?
You're looking to take the advice of a bunch of twits on the internet, over the advice of your contractor father-in-law?
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comment Running power to outside workshop
@JeffPritchard Yes, the 4th conductor is a grounding conductor. If the second panel is in a separate structure, there needs to be a grounding electrode (rod, etc) at the separate building too.
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comment What hinge is this and where can I buy them in the UK?
Possible duplicate
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comment What kind of blow torch to use for a stuck bolt
If you're going to heat the bolt with a touch, make sure you have a fire extinguisher handy. Especially since you've stated that you've coated the bolt in various flammable substances.
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comment Electrical wiring too short
Are you pulling individual conductors in conduit, or running UF cable?
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comment Dishwasher not getting power, found a burned connection. What now?
Sounds like you're spot on with the loose connection theory.