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comment What could cause the light in my garage door opener to stop working?
Following Grunthos's answer, I found that the connection at the bottom of my socket was corroded. With the garage door opener unplugged, I scrapped away the nasty with a flat-head and now my fiancee thinks I'm a hero!!
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comment What could cause the light in my garage door opener to stop working?
Thanks, Grunthos! I'll check it tonight
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comment What could cause the light in my garage door opener to stop working?
When I'm using the volt meter to check if there is power running through the tab at the bottom and the sidewall of the socket, which is the positive and which is negative? Or does that even matter?
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comment New Vanity: Sink Won't Drain Completely
I assume Home Depot or Lowe's would have something to thread on there? How would I add it post-glue? I'm not opposed to cutting this out and doing it again if I need to. I'd rather it be right.
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comment New Vanity: Sink Won't Drain Completely
Wow, this is a really detailed answer. Thank you for taking the time to write it out and draw those diagrams. My setup is like figure 3, so theoretically, it should work.
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comment New Vanity: Sink Won't Drain Completely
Only the amount of water that should have been in the P-trap came out.
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comment New Vanity: Sink Won't Drain Completely
The sink drain had some drips where that threaded area connected to the non-threaded area. That wasn't anything we put together but I threw some putty on it to stop the drip.
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comment New Vanity: Sink Won't Drain Completely
It is slightly deeper than the old one, about 2-3 inches. It's also taller. The top of the P-trap was level with the pipe in the wall.
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comment New Vanity: Sink Won't Drain Completely
The old drain went into the wall and I don't know where it goes -- we just used what was there and was working. No, there is not an adjustable stopper. It's just a straight drain.
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