Could be: Wrong contactor for application,poor connection causing overheating,poor coil voltage causing it not pull in tightly,too frequent compres...
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.
Usually no. Unless the bulb specifically states that it can be used with a dimmer.It would say dimmable on the package. Even those lighted toggle s...
Yes but it also kills everything around it so if you want to use vinegar apply it with a brush to the weed only,don't spray.
Without knowing exactly what happened I'd be inclined to lean toward operator error as opposed to material defects.
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.