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Do all light switches crackle, or just one particular one? You might want to focus on where the noise is coming from. Posssibly there's a loose ...
Not enough info. Does it have some information on it somewhere, indicating its power requirements?
That dimmer speed control switch is made to work with one unit attached. You can't guarantee it will work properly with two or more.
Make sure the safety sensors are clean, not dust-covered or poorly positioned. Also, make sure they're not in direct sunlight.
It's probably the switch, not the chain. You can buy replacement switches at places that sell ceiling fans.
If the opener works normally when operated by other openers and/or switches, then it probably means that your pushbutton on the transmitter in the...
I and a coworker both recently bought Kenmore front loaders, based partly on the extremely high Consumer Reports rating for that model. We both ar...
Anybody have good or bad experience with spray-on siding? I'd like to learn if it's worthwhile.
...a little at a time, placing blocks higher and higher, under each corner until the desired height is reached.
Nobody has replied - I think because there is no good answer. Lizards are about as common as flies where you live. I'm not trying to be funny whe...
Much more info is needed. You didn't even say what the new gate is made of. Is it wood? What size pieces?
Shower doors come in all kinds of shapes, sizes and styles. You haven't provided enough info for anyone to give an answer.
Another important thing: disconnect the opener and them make sure that the door operates smoothly and with reasonable ease by hand. No binds.
Give the door itself a general tuneup. Tighten all screws and bolts, lube all hinges and rollers. Adjust the chain if needed, making sure it's not...
Any place that sells ceiling fans will have some ceiling-hugging versions. But be careful - if the fan is too close to the cieling, it won't move ...
If the 220 wiring includes a neutral (it might not), then there's no reason why you couldn't use that neutral and one leg of the 220.