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Apr
10
comment Is there a quick cure for refrigerator drip tray stink?
I'm not sure any of those options would be safe long term to place in there then. I would expect it to erode or ruin the paint and eventually the metal.
Apr
8
comment Is there a quick cure for refrigerator drip tray stink?
What is the drip tray made of? Metal, plastic, or what?
Jan
31
answered How do I drill into an existing galvanized fence post?
Dec
23
comment What thickness Styrofoam should be used to insulate a toilet tank?
Air temperature is about 70F-72F. Water is probably 55F. No idea on the humidity; the house doesn't have a dehumidifier (does have A/C, but that doesn't get run much in the Ohio winter).
Dec
23
revised What thickness Styrofoam should be used to insulate a toilet tank?
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Dec
23
asked What thickness Styrofoam should be used to insulate a toilet tank?
Dec
22
asked How can I eliminate condensation on my toilet tank?
Nov
16
comment Can I run water lines through the attic?
@user18116 I think you still run a high risk of your pipes freezing. If there are no tee's or joints in the cold area, it seems less likely to me that you would have a leak.
Nov
15
revised Who makes this shower faucet handle (logo identification)?
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Nov
15
comment Who makes this shower faucet handle (logo identification)?
@Lina see my answer below
Nov
15
answered Who makes this shower faucet handle (logo identification)?
Nov
15
comment Can I run water lines through the attic?
My money says the lines will freeze. PEX is pretty resilient to splitting when water freezes inside it, however the fittings are not. This is a leak waiting to happen. Also, I can't imagine a licensed/bonded plumber did the work; that could impact insurance coverage if a leak results in damage.
Nov
6
answered Should the hammer function “feel” different from normal drilling function on a hammer drill?
Nov
5
comment Should the hammer function “feel” different from normal drilling function on a hammer drill?
Oh and as far as not being able to drill into the concrete, did you use a masonry bit?
Nov
5
comment Should the hammer function “feel” different from normal drilling function on a hammer drill?
My hammer drill sounds and feels exactly like a normal drill except when pressing the end (where the bit goes) into something. Take out the bit, press it into your palm, and pull the trigger. Is it still identical?
Nov
1
comment Bonding Ground Rod for Rooftop Antenna
Out of curiosity, why do you need to connect the old ground rod and the new?
Oct
31
comment How can I smooth an uneven concrete floor?
How high and wide are the gaps?
Oct
31
comment Why does my gas water heater's pilot light go out when I replace the outer door?
My water heater has a plastic mesh to filter out larger things from getting into the combustion chamber. I've heard that these can get dirty to the point where there is insufficient air flow to allow the pilot to keep going. Do you have a similar mesh filter at the bottom of your water heater?
Oct
30
comment How can I tell if my bathroom ceiling vent is working properly?
How big is your bathroom and what vent/fan is installed?
Oct
28
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