The motor could be going bad.
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You might try sealing the area first with shellac or a shellac based primer before you mud it up. I don't know what's going on but I do know they h...
I mentioned I had a feeling it was getting stuck on defrost,maybe they had a bad run of control boards.Since it's still under warranty I would cont...
Usually it is worthwile to replace an element if the rest of the unit is in decent condition.
It's called a thermostat. Don't know what (if anything) it controls. From where I am I can only guess. Follow the wires connected to it and see whe...
It's called a thermostat. Don't know what it controls. Maybe an exhaust fan or something like that.
The pump should be pushing the returning water into the boiler.
Turn everything off in the house unplug everything then note the reading on the meter. Leave the breakers on. Then go shopping or something for sev...
Have you checked the neutral where it connects at the panel? That's the only other thing other than a connection in a junction box. It may be a ded...
What does "blew" mean and why did you have to change the outlet? Is this a dedicated circuit for the microwave or a branch.
1. I would never rip out copper to put in pex. 2. The thing to remember about home run plumbing is at every faucet that runs back to that manifo...
Happy New Year Sylvan! Sorry haven't been myself lately. I had to have my dog put down on the 13th of Dec. Getting back in the groove though. Hope ...
Another thing I thought of was when they build the countertops was instead of using that cheap pressed wood insist on good plywood or even marine g...
Yes,1. what needs to be done is the raw edges of the counter and backsplash need to be treated with sonething like paint or a good water seal that ...
It would make more sense to try to attack the root of the problem if at all possible. Remove the source of the humidity in a natural way before it ...
Either way would work. As long as the socket is the conventional type with the screws that tighten down on the wires as opposed to something that i...
I would use a circular saw but don't forget you are going to need to set the bevel if the legs of the table are tapered.