What does the unit nameplate give for the voltage and current requirments?
This seems to be the keypad. http://www.aaaremotes.com/noname2.html Click on the Program instructions. If that is not the right one them g...
You need to check out the cost of the fuel in your area and adjust it for the amount of actually BTU obtained per unit of fuel after the losses, in...
The NEC has nothing in it about the placement of stoves. I looked in the 2000 IRC and could not find anything either. It depends on what code...
From my experience it not buildup on the flapper that causes them to leak. Rather the flappers is sitff and hard. In most cases there are onl...
What you want is a removable caulk. Here is one. http://www.dap.com/product_details.aspx?product_id=20 And another. http://www2.acehard...
No the fan is important to the operation of the system. But for more details you really need to post this in the HVAC folder.
You did not give any information about the brand, model, age, etc so there is no way that I can tell you how to program it. Try http://www.aaare...
On a unit that only requires 240 and not 240/120 the neutral is not used. http://www.leviton.com/sections/techsupp/nema.htm If you are using ...
The vent fans in most over the counter microwaves can be vented out the back, out the top, or neither and they recirculate the air out the front.
The receiver for use with that remote either has dip switches that you match or a LEARN button on the opener. Here are the instruction. The open...
In typical single family home construction it should not be too hard to mount the speakers in the ceiling. It depends on how the joist run and ...
You could get the recessed light that go into the wall and have the lovered covers used to light stairs and landings. Another options would be t...
It is called phantom voltage. It is the unconnected wire is capacitively coupled to the other wires. And the voltmeter (most likely a digital v...
You would need the installation instructios for the furance or a voltmeter to check the voltage. That said 120/240 volt is sometimes used for el...
Using compressed air to blow out the lines is very common practice any place with "summer" homes. It is also they way that sprinkler systems are...
Not that the receptacle is leaky. But that something plugged into one is "leaky". For example a surge protector has varistors from the hot to gr...