Update: I found a check valve that was basically rotted away. I ordered a new one to install.I hope that's it.I'll know for sure when it comes in a...
Hi I have a dishwasher that doesn't want to pump the water out. Before at the end of a cycle-- wash,rinse,ect you would hear a pump come on now you...
Any water infiltration through the basement walls should be corrected from the outside of the building or you're just going to create more damage.
First test for a tripped gfci. If not then what you do is turn off the breaker for that circuit and open each box for that circuit and check for wi...
There are plenty of those pre screened contractor deals here in the U.S. One I know of is hireitdone.com.
"No, that 400 is only for the labor i have to supply everything else" Then I think it's a "ripoff" I would get some more estimates.
Unfortunatly that's about right,actually it's a pretty good price if he's going to furnish the door and all the materials to install it, going by w...
If this is a line voltage setup then you can't use that thermostat. It will fry on the spot. If you only have 2 wires going to the thermostat they ...
By rights the wire should have either been replaced or an accessible box installed at that point. Nobody is going to tell you otherwise. What you d...
Check for voltage coming out of the transformer first thing. It sounds like you lost power to the front of the transformer usually if the button or...
The wrong kind of caulk was used. Remove it, clean area with denatured alcohol or acetone and redo it using 100% pure silicone caulk and wait at le...
As long as you haven't lost pressure in that zone for whatever reason try this. Totally saturate the head (everything that moves)with silicone spra...
Yes depending on how bad you let them get. Sand off the rust and treat with a rust reformer and then paint.Repair any through holes with fiberglass...
You need to know which cable is the power feed and which cable runs to the switch. As far as the light fixture is concerned the 2 blacks and the 2 ...
Most likely it's from expansion and contraction from heat from the lights. What else could it be?
Re: Moved an electric socket in bedroom 3 inches. Rewired it and 2 other sockets in same room stopped working.
Check for loose wires especially if you use the "back wire" holes as opposed to the screw terminals. whenever possible always pigtail the incoming...
Yes, you are correct. It must still be anchored to the wall studs. If the studs don't align with your mounting then what I do is chop out a section...
Go with the tried and true oil tempered. Studies show that they last longer.