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Former member of C# team at Microsoft. Now a stay-at-home dad and DIY homesteader.


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comment What should I do about excess flex in cement board that will be behind tile?
I'd hate it if, in a year or two, tiles started popping off!
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comment Can I run a 50 amp circuit underground?
There's no special danger. If something is mis-wired you might have trouble, but that's true of all electrical systems. You won't be able to run more than 1 AC at a time. amazon.com/Camco-55185-Powergrip-Dogbone-Electrical/dp/…
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comment Can I run a 50 amp circuit underground?
If you go through the trouble of digging a trench for this new wire, bury several conduits instead of burying wire directly. You can then use them for a fresh water line, a sewer line out of a macerator, an additional circuit, telephone, ethernet, compressed air, etc.
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comment Can I run a 50 amp circuit underground?
Get a 50A - 30A dog bone and keep using your existing circuit.
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comment Can I run a 50 amp circuit underground?
Aluminum is usually far cheaper than copper.
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comment How can I connect a portable propane bottle to a tankless hot water heater?
Why do you say that?
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comment How can I connect a portable propane bottle to a tankless hot water heater?
Would a 2-stage RV regulator be appropriate? amazon.com/Camco-59333-Horizontal-Propane-Regulator/dp/…. 11" WC, 160KBTU/hr.