Get Help from Bob Vila
- Give-Aways & Offers
- Monthly Must Do's
- DIY Project Ideas
- Step-by-Step Guides
- Inspirational Photo Galleries
I've seen and purchased detectors that were hardwire only. No battery. But the last time I tried to order I didn't see them listed. That doesn't me...
Basically (since you don't want to assume it was wired properly in the first place),your feed wire goes to one side of the switch and your outgoing...
Easy. Just use the wires from the switch to create a "break" in between the wire from the remote that connects to the light kit. One wire to the re...
I always put the drill in reverse grab the chuck with a strong grip and pull the trigger.
Are you saying when you flush one it sucks the water out of the other one? It sounds like a venting issue.
As long as he was able to disconnect the dead incoming feed wire for the dead circuit it should be safe. Anytime I ever had that problem it always ...
"(the white wire and the bare wire go where in the fuse box ?)"They both connect to the neutral buss bar unless this is a sub panel.. The compresso...
I see no problem doing this especially if the detector has a battery backup.
Search knob and tube vs insulation for more insight on this subject.
"I have two sets of wires coming out of the ceiling. One appears to be from the power supply and the other appears to be from the wall switch I wan...
The switch loop will disconnect the power to the remote. Otherwise just match the colors of the outgoing from the remote to the fan. The white from...
To eliminate the possibility of a bad switch I would disconnect one wire from it. If the light still stays on then the configuration of the wiring ...
I'm not a plumber but it looks like it would be prone to clogging due to the water having to run uphill.
Probably the seal in the fill valve.
" If I pull the red wire out of the switch on the right and put it where the black wire is on the left, I will then have the fan and light on diffe...
Closet auger several flushes and a shop vac.
They have a tool that detects leaks. It's a handheld unit that has a probe and he pokes it around the sealed system till he finds it.
If the line was snaked already then I would have it camera inspected as a next step to see what you're dealing with. Also does the drain line (I'm ...