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Oct
29
comment How do I replace this cast iron toilet flange?
@maple_shaft the main stack has 2 45 deg angles in it further down, and is blocked at the basement, but I'm not interested in replacing the entire stack. The stack is fine, its just the flange that needs replacing.
Oct
29
asked How do I replace this cast iron toilet flange?
Oct
26
revised My living room needs more ambient light and I'm reluctant to drill holes in my ceiling. What are my options?
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Oct
26
comment Can I reduce or eliminate water hammer without plumbing?
AHA! Now I can go back to Home Improvement Meta! :D
Oct
25
answered Can I reduce or eliminate water hammer without plumbing?
Oct
25
comment What do I need to do to raise a subfloor?
I don't understand why it's being engineered vs. not engineered has any impact on the attachment of final flooring?
Oct
25
comment Cool bulbs into a min 90C fixture with 60C wiring
Are you sure you mean "minimum" 90C?
Oct
25
revised Cool bulbs into a min 90C fixture with 60C wiring
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Oct
24
answered What do I need to do to raise a subfloor?
Oct
24
comment Why does my pool pump keep tripping the breaker?
What Chris said. You're in out of your depth and if you get things wrong it can kill you. Please call an electrician or three and hire one who's willing to explain what you have to you before and while he's fixing it.
Oct
24
reviewed Approve Remove plastic film from the outside of a metal door?
Oct
24
comment Why does my pool pump keep tripping the breaker?
So to confirm - in the past the radio worked with the pool off, now the radio doesn't work with the pool off ?
Oct
24
answered Why does my pool pump keep tripping the breaker?
Oct
24
comment Why is it that every DIY plumbing job requires two extra trips to the hardware store?
Not constructive my behind. It made ME feel better ;)
Oct
24
comment Do I need to cut into my drywall to install a switch?
Basically, drywall repair is a lot easier than it looks. The only tricky part is getting the mud on nicely and that just takes practice. Too many people are afraid to do a job right because of the wall damage.
Oct
24
comment Do I need to cut into my drywall to install a switch?
You still need to run a line from the existing box to the switch, right? Plus your existing box is recessed too much. Removing the drywall will allow you to replace the box with one that lines up with your drywall (adjustable box).
Oct
24
comment Why is it that every DIY plumbing job requires two extra trips to the hardware store?
I hate you. Lots.
Oct
24
comment Why is it that every DIY plumbing job requires two extra trips to the hardware store?
Brilliant - instead we'll have to wait 2 hours for the print and 4 hours for the heat cure... :/
Oct
24
comment Why is it that every DIY plumbing job requires two extra trips to the hardware store?
I'm bloody well ticked off and letting off steam. Read the tags.
Oct
24
asked Why is it that every DIY plumbing job requires two extra trips to the hardware store?