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Gfci supplies a dock keeps tripping and can't be reset only replaced

I have educated myself about gfci's although I am a diy'er. My gfci has my dock plugged into it. About once a year it trips and can't be reset only replaced. All outlets on the dock are weather proof. ...
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How to protect an old, internal windowsill?

I recently repainted my room yellow, don't forgetting the internal windowsill. Here are some pictures: As you can see in the third picture, the windowsill is all but flat (my house is very old). ...
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Put polyurethane on marble?

Is it ok to put polyurethane as a protective coating on a marble countertop? I want to protect the marble from scratches and staining by foods and other kitchen hazards.
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Protecting PU furniture

I have a less then 3 year old chair, just discovered that it is made from PU, and the PU (on the seat of the chair) is peeling off into lots of shreds and messing up the carpet. (The chair is less ...
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Single Plug-In Breaker Connector or Interface

This is my panel at home. I live in the Philippines. We only use 240V. We never get inspection. I need to add a special state of the art Siemens Gfci 2-pole breaker with automatic self-test feature ...
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What are rocker kneepads good for?

I recently bought a pair of knee pads that I thought would be useful for those tasks where I'm often on my knees. Imagine my surprise when I discovered that they don't offer a stable surface for ...
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Why does my bath fan trip the GFCI outlet protecting it?

I am attempting to protect a new bath exhaust fan (DewStop Breezeasy F22-1w) through a GFCI (Leviton SmartLocPro) The area is a new construction bathroom. Each time I attempt to switch on the fan the ...
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How to protect a new wood floor from renovation traffic [duplicate]

I have had hardwood flooring installed in my home, with further renovation (kitchen) upcoming. The kitchen floor is tile which I'm not worried about, but to get to and from the kitchen means ...
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Thin plastic floor covering

I have laminate flooring coming right up to the base of an external door. This door gets a lot of footfall, and has started to wear the top surface of the laminate where it meets the base of the door. ...