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Aug
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comment Can I use a 50 Hz device in a 60 Hz power frequency?
Make sure it's rated for the power of the espresso machine or you'll burn out the converter or the espresso machine.
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comment Is a gas water heater safe in a bedroom?
Sure, I wouldn't mind a large container of scalding hot water surrounded by FIRE in my bedroom closet.
Aug
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answered Best review sites/web resources for finding a contractor?
Jul
30
comment Can a house with moldy, flooded basement be a likely fixer upper?
About every recently built house with a basement in my area (Delaware) has a sump pump as a precaution. The predominant red clay soil may be a factor in this practice. This house is about 8-10 years old. e.g. My current house has one and it does kick on from time to time during storms or hot/humid days when the AC condensation builds up in the sump.
Jul
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comment Can a house with moldy, flooded basement be a likely fixer upper?
Note the sump pump was the cause of the flood. The house is not in a flood plane or near any large bodies of water.
Jul
30
asked Can a house with moldy, flooded basement be a likely fixer upper?
Jul
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comment How do I fix gutter nails that are coming out?
Great idea! I happen to have a door hinge with some stripped out screw holes I'm going to try this on.
Jul
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asked How do I fix gutter nails that are coming out?
Jul
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answered How do I compensate for the sun confusing my garage door opener's sensors?
Jul
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comment Good low cost tools for woodwork
Also must note that NiCd batteries lose their capacity over the years, especially if exposed to a lot of heat. Fortunately, Ryobi hasn't changed their design. New ones are cheap and still available at Home Depot.
Jul
29
comment Good low cost tools for woodwork
My Ryobi 14.4V drill has served me well for 7+ years. Some of the other cordless tools are about useless or only for very small jobs: reciprocating saw and circular saw for instance.
Jul
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answered Good low cost tools for woodwork
Jul
29
answered What do-it-yourself cautionary tales do you have?
Jul
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answered Is it normal to miter the non-pivoting edge of a door?
Jul
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answered What do you do/ask when hiring a contractor
Jul
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comment What are the tools that every Do-it-Yourselfer must own?
We are not imperialists!