A new unit shouldn't hum. Return it to the seller for another.
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Several years ago I installed self-sticking vinyl squares in 2 small bathrooms. They looked good for a few years, then began to separate here and ...
I don't know of any - but will suggest that if you've got a big job to do, you can go to an equipment rental place and rent a jackhammer. It saves...
Some home improvement places have computerized kitchen design programs that are free to use. You might want to look at one of those. Take your dime...
Flush it "several times" ? Why?And what makes that qualify as a "major" clog?
Chances are a diagonal support will work. If the wooden gate was built with nails, I suggest you replace them with screws - after squaring the gat...
Have you owned this property for a long time? Has it always been that way? Do your water/sewage pipes go through that area? Have you considered ...
neoinbiz, you'd best get some on-site assistance on this. A bathroom is not the place to have wiring problems.
mistake. ignore.[This message has been edited by rpxlpx (edited February 11, 2002).]
One suggestion, if it's not too late. I've found that for Delta faucets you can buy Delta replacement parts and you can buy other manufacturer's r...
I agree with J. The kitchen is one place where you do a lot of standing, and ceramic tile is literally hard as rock. It'll kill your feet. And i...
You would do yourself a favor by doing everything you can to first be certain what is leaking before you tear out the tile. I had a similar experi...
No experience here, but a few curious questions to help the imagination: How big is the pool? What kind of debris are you trying to keep out? Stu...
Normally, the 220 breaker is actually two 110 breakers. If they are connected to each other, I suggest you replace with a single breaker for the 1...
Can anyone tell me what year they stopped putting asbestos in spray-on ceiling texture?
Many kitchen sinks and bathroom vanities have a heating vent under them at floor level. This warms the pipes a couple of feet below the faucet whe...
Also, don't re-use the roller sleeve too many times. I prefer to buy a cheaper roller sleeve and use it once, then throw away. Saves a lot of cle...
The black (hot) wire from the breaker goes to 3 things: the brass connector on the unswitched outlet, switch 1 for the fan, and switch 2 for the li...