Mr./Ms. Moderator, you can remove this topic if you like. I'm done with it. Thanks.
I have a ceiling fan that also has 3 lights on it. There are two switches on my wall, one for the fan and one for the lights. When I have both on a...
Recently, one outlet in my home has stopped working in the living room area. The immediately adjacent outlets still work. Any ideas on how to find ...
Mine had a similar problem and eventually the thermostat went kaput. Instead of replacing the thermostat which costs more than half the price of a ...
Plumbers and others told me that a thermostat replacements costs nearly as much as a new heater. So I opted for a new heater with a pilotless ignit...
Route the drainage pipe to a legal area (i.e., street drain, if legal) or connect it to your home's sewer line.
Regarding the water softener choice. I have one and I wish I looked more closely at how it hooks up. The hookup consists of plastic components with...
Just FYI, the pressure reducing valves I have found contain a BIG warning that the valve contains parts which contain LEAD, a known carcinogen. Whe...
I noticed on many different valves for indoor plumbing have a warning for the state of California that the item is known to cause cancer. Why is th...
I had the same problem in an apartment I lived in. In older places, the exhaust from central heaters as well as exhaust fans above kitchen stoves, ...
If dogs lived there before and you have dogs moving in, you might want to try using a fluorescent black light and see if there are any organic remn...
In case anyone is interested, I recently discovered the WaterCop system that comes with WaterDogs. When a waterdog senses water on a surface, it se...
Any advice regarding an on-demand hot water system (specifically for natural gas)? It's a bit pricy for the system, but is it worth it and do they ...
Any ideas on how to safely reduce my water pressure from 85 PSI to somewhere between 30-40 PSI? I found a pressure reducing valve at Home Depot but...
I'm unclear of your problem. But here are some ideas. If the light is blinking on the motion detector that senses if anything is blocking the area ...
Per most city codes, a top and bottom vent to the outside is required. I think there are a couple reasons: (1) if the flume ever leaks, the toxic g...
Problem resolved. Thanks.[This message has been edited by rcpawsmail (edited December 27, 2003).]