Usually you would want to go with a skylight (roof windows) in this type of situation due to the fact that when winter rolls around you want to clo...
Doesn't the thermostat get it's power from batteries? If so it should display a reading even it it isn't connected. What is the model # of the new ...
Suggestions: 1 use an easy out,2 just drill it out,3 If you have a dremmel you can cut a straight slot into it then use a screwdriver. That's abou...
Was the system working correctly before you changed the thermostat. If not what was it doing or not doing.
Sounds like a spring or a cable broke.I suggest you don't monkey with it and get a pro for this one.
Connect it back up the way you had it to begin with(brown to blue). It should work. There's no reason why it shouldn't after you set the pull chain...
Wait till it wears off then either recaulk with correct caulk or prime with correct(oil base)primer.
Unless there are gouges in the wood from the pressure washer then there is no damage. It just needs to be resealed with a good quality sealer. Afte...
Without seeing it happening it's impossible to say exactly where the problem is, but it is a serious issue that needs to be addressed. There must b...
Somtimes they can be pulled with a suction cup and somtimes they can be filled and painted like a car door.
The only way it's going to last is to replace the tub. A bathtub has a baked on finish that cannot be replicated outside of the factory.
It makes you wonder what other surprizes there are that the inspector can't see. Nothing was said until he took that cover off right? Anyway bottom...
Could be: Wrong contactor for application,poor connection causing overheating,poor coil voltage causing it not pull in tightly,too frequent compres...
Yes it is possible. Not only that, if it had batteries and they were weak it would display lo batt or something.
I don't think there is a wrong way other than not to wear the proper safety gear such as gloves, safety glasses and particle mask.
At the very least a drill and a circular saw unless the shed is kit form, I don't think any power tools at all would be needed.
"The plastic pegs keep popping out." Put glue on them or wrap with a piece of tape to make them tighter?
You need to switch in front of the transformer for the gas valve not downstream.