Silly Me. I thought the only thing you were supposed to seal was the grout.
I don't know if you could do it yourself or not,or what your tool situation is. Try replacing the washer and see what happens.
Most likely the problem lies in the shower valve,might need washers,o ring,cartridge,ect.
Do you think maybe the pilot flame is too "intense" causing premature deterioration of the thermocouple. How could you tell?
Sandpaper and appliance touch up paint depending on how bad it is, or you can buy just a new lid
The only thing you're not supposed to do is have 2 wires under 1 screw terminal.The way you're going to do it is OK. The best way would be to conne...
Some devices plugged into GFCIs will cause nuisanse tripping such as refrigerators and other inductive loads.It's perfectly safe the way it was wir...
If this is it it looks as if it's no longer available. At the moment anyway.http://sale.hsn.com/bob-vila-quick-change-utility-knife-with-55-blades...
They make plastic spacers just for that. You can get them at home depot along with the longer screws. The reason I suggested taking the plate of...
Turn the power off then take the cover plate off. Now look and see what's not secure. Sometimes the receptical can just be tightened down in the...
I'm curious to see if this new thermocouple will last as long as the original one. Maybe they just "don't make'em like they used to".
I just replaced the thermocouple for the first time on my boiler about a week ago. I always leave it burning in the summer, just shut it off when ...
I would lean toward a belt driven compressor as opposed to a direct drive. P.S. Every one I saw at the dewalt site was direct drive.I couldn't f...
sometimes you can break the bond by actually tightening it first if not drill and/or cut it out.Then replace it.
I would not know if there is glycol in the system or not. Is there a way to check? In this particular case I would have a good heating company ...
It is a closed system so it should be ok. However you are gambling on the fact that nothing is going to go wrong with the boiler.If it does good b...