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accepted Should I caulk around this drain pipe?
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asked Should I caulk around this drain pipe?
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accepted How do I ground my LED retrofit in a ceiling can?
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comment Best way to splice together 20/22 gauge wiring?
If you go crimp, you'll definitely need to seal them good. I prefer to solder and heat shrink tube due to the number of corroded (to the point of failure) crimp connectors I've dealt with in cars (which are at least mostly shielded from the weather)... However, one must be aware that solder joints are even more susceptible to damage from bending motion than crimp connectors...
Aug
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accepted How much ceiling fan wobble is acceptable?
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comment How much ceiling fan wobble is acceptable?
Well, it was a cheap (only $10 for 2 kits + shipping) experiment, but ultimately a failure. Every position I put the clip made it worse. Started in the middle and worked back to the inside and even there it was worse on every blade.
Aug
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comment How much ceiling fan wobble is acceptable?
They are flush mount.
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asked How much ceiling fan wobble is acceptable?
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Aug
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comment How do I ground my LED retrofit in a ceiling can?
I have no idea if the can is properly grounded. If not, all this is moot, since all the standard attachment methods depend on the can being grounded... :-)
Aug
28
answered What is a humane, safe and clean way to dispose of a live mouse caught in a glue trap?
Aug
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comment Is ivy bad for your walls?
Even if it's self-clinging, it still causes moisture to be retained against the wall, which is not desirable.
Aug
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asked How do I ground my LED retrofit in a ceiling can?
Aug
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comment I have a 3-pronged receptacle but no ground wire connected to it. Is this ok?
This is what my house appears to have.