# refrigerator problem

We had a similar problem and had to flush out the tubing. Worked fine from there.

We had a similar problem and had to flush out the tubing. Worked fine from there.

over 6 years by **Allison1888**

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ViewsI think you need more than 4 inches of space for ventillation and fire safety if you're going to be using that pot frequently. Can you adjust the c...

over 6 years by **Allison1888**

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ViewsThis is a tricky one, as you typically see front porches on two story houses -- I've added one myself. (Well, the contractor did it, but anyway...)...

over 6 years by **Allison1888**

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ViewsI'm a big fan of real wood, as it gives you a much more natural look. If mildew or mold is a problem, just clean it every few years with a water an...

over 6 years by **Allison1888**

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ViewsDepending on your situation, a good carpenter should be able to cut something with the right slope to fit so the two floors blend together.

over 6 years by **Allison1888**

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ViewsDo not buy the house if you want a taller basement. The cost to dig out a basement is astronomical. It doesn't matter if you're digging out only 6 ...

almost 7 years by **Allison1888**

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ViewsAgreed. If the wallpaper is tight, in this case, paint over it!

almost 7 years by **Allison1888**

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ViewsRegardless of whether you are using tape or not -- always do the ceiling first and let it dry for at least 24 hours. You won't find many painters w...

almost 7 years by **Allison1888**

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ViewsHere's a link I found that shows different floors--can give you some good tips on selecting the right floor. http://www.oldhouseweb.com/stories/...

almost 7 years by **Allison1888**

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ViewsIdeally you want the floor materials to flow through the space so that when you look at the floor it is unified. This doesn't mean you can't use di...

almost 7 years by **Allison1888**

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ViewsOther option is to take out the floor and subfloor and start over, but obviously that gets expensive. Otherwise, a creative threshold, but yu have ...

almost 7 years by **Allison1888**

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ViewsA hammer and chisel also can work. Hope you solve the water issue!

almost 7 years by **Allison1888**

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ViewsWow! What a mess. Sorry it turned out so bad, but glad you'll get the safety issues addressed in the end.

almost 7 years by **Allison1888**

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ViewsYou should be able to get out of it, but you can call your state agency that licenses business contractor or contractors and they can tell you. I w...

almost 7 years by **Allison1888**

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ViewsThe "best" insulation really varies with your project, but here's an article that will give you a good overview. Some of the variables are -- do yo...

almost 7 years by **Allison1888**

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ViewsBoy, your building department sounds a little stringent -- signatures from neighbors? Anyway, I would also check with an architect to see what can ...

almost 7 years by **Allison1888**

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ViewsThe answer depends somewhat on your layout. We're about to do our attic and will use fiberglass, but our contractor is also installing styrofoam se...

almost 7 years by **Allison1888**

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ViewsI agree completely with last post. I'm a big fan of living with a house for awhile to see how you use it, what you really want. Work on the inside ...

almost 7 years by **Allison1888**

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ViewsIt's hard to me to tell, but here's a link to a site that can walk you through the identification process. Hope this helps! http://forestry.about....

almost 7 years by **Allison1888**

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ViewsTry Multi-strip (available at a paint store). You brush it on, let it sit until it bubbles and it takes it off. A little pricey, but it works. Not ...

almost 7 years by **Allison1888**

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