Progress Lighting Ceiling baffle at 45 degrees plus wall washer? sku P8004-28, or something similar. The Wall washer plate restricts light from th...
The number is 1-877-527-0313. They will want the UPC, the SKU and other information from the box. They're on Eastern Time M-F. Let us know wha...
If the four duplex recepticles (first one being GFCI, and the three that follow) were "cheated" then the movement of the door, as the diswasher is ...
Is your broken "outlet screw" attached to the box itself or a bevel that is then attached to the box? If its the later, then you can trim around...
Remember EZ bake ovens, and Suzy Homemaker ovens? They BAKED A CAKE with a 25 watt bulb!
You stated the wiring existing was BRITTLE. This IS the problem, plus those old fixtures originally had a warning that said 60 watt max type A b...
a few things, first if its wired backwards, this will happen. Second, if you have a 20 amp GFCI recepticle on a 15 amp circuit or vice versa could...
A 30 amp fuse or circuit breaker is NOT designed to react to conductor overloads where the conductor is under-rated to the breaker and/or length, a...
the 2005 Edition of the 2002 NEC addresses this very issue. Oh, by the way take special note that the rules for connections for mobile homes have ...
yes, and yes. Furniture grade birch plywood at least 5/8" would be best, expensive, but worth it. Score it lightly in a latice pattern, and apply...
First of all, "Bob" doesn't reply to posts on this site. Second, your link doesn't work, so no one will be able to help ya in your quest!
Its been a while since your posting, but I'm assuming you haven't made your decision in fall for a winter replacement, so in case you return to the...
I've spent a fair share of my life having rented living spaces, and this is how I dealt with smelly refrigerators of units I rented. #1 Empty re...
Smoke detectors have a usefull life period, and most fire departments AND manufacturers recommend "swapping them out" for new at least every 10 yea...
It sounds like you might have actually 70mm on center handles. Both 70mm and 90mm are popular "metric" sizes. if they are truly 2-3/4 you'll prob...
You would want to frame with adequate air space "HOT" ducts so your "sofit" will be quite large. Less so on "Return" ducting. Keep in mind if t...
Although Doug could be right (regards to condensation and dust/soot from forced air heat (heating oil fuel or natural gas), more likely you have a ...