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They all have to be reprogrammed. When you teach the system you add remotes 1 by 1. To remove 1, all remotes are erased from memory. they have to be taught 1 by 1 again sorry.


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My neighbor had a handy man run about 20 feet of 4" PVC sch 40 pipe and 3 elbows through his garage and exit through the wall. The dryer runs fine with no change in the dryers performance.


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Correct. This welder has given you a real "jack-a-doodle" set of specs that make no sense at all. Running 120V/15A is only there so if you have light jobs, you can get 'em done using existing circuits... if you were wiring in a new circuit just for the welder, you would NEVER run 120V, since 240V is a possibility. What's more, 30A+ 120V sockets ...


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I disagree that the problem has nothing to do with the safety sensors...in particular, the optical beam which is placed near the bottom of the door. Check and make sure there aren't cobwebs or leaves or any other crud on the emitter and sensor or hanging down from the door itself which could fool the door into thinking there is an obstruction.


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I think the simplest way to evaluate this is with a spreadsheet, where you collect the area of each "type" and can plug in numbers for different insulation values for each type, and view the effect on that part and on the total. i.e if all the windows are the same sort or will be when purchased, you can lump that area & U value. If there are ...


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OK, so I finally removed the "dry contact relay" wires, tested them for continuity, and reattached them in reverse. It all worked. My suspicion is that the "dry contact relays" have a "common common", meaning all the relays rely on a joint "common" (even though they all have a separate common terminal....) So, when I ...


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clean with high-pressure water jet, allow to dry, Seal with a neurtral-cure silicone after fitting a backer-rod to keep the silicone depth within the acceptable range (consult the silicone packaging).


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Yes you can remove one. Steps: Grab remote that you want to remove. Take out batteries (if there are any). Sit remote on driveway. Beat it with a hammer. Test remote and make sure it doesn't work!


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