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    Hey Tgoodrich. Congrats on finding the source of...

    Hey Tgoodrich. Congrats on finding the source of your problem! Since I had similar experience (see previous post in this thread) I suspected it was the transformer. When mine got replaced, after...
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    I build my house in '92 and had the same dimming...

    I build my house in '92 and had the same dimming problem from day one. I was told by the electrician and the power company that it was due to being at the "end of the power line" :confused: The...
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    I have a two year old Payne split unit HVAC with...

    I have a two year old Payne split unit HVAC with electric heat and the blower will not stop running, even when the thermostat is turned off. I also discovered that the heat strip is on while the fan...
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    I live in Texas and will be installing the solar...

    I live in Texas and will be installing the solar screens this weekend. I just think they look much nicer and, like Robinjr, I don't understand why someone would prefer tint over screens. I...
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    I recently priced DIY solar screens at Home...

    I recently priced DIY solar screens at Home Depot. The price was good and building the screens to fit looked pretty straighg foreward. I like the look of them as they cover the entire window.
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    Originally posted by Diceman 9's pack a...

    [QUOTE]Originally posted by Diceman
    9's pack a lot of power. Did you ever shoot one? If you use the self protection ammo( ie hollow points) I can't imagine not feeling as safe with it as anything...
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