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Textbook install? I hope it is a biology textbook that might be able to explain just what this animal is....
In Soviet Russia electrical panel fixes you.....
10-22-2012, 11:59 AM
I kinda like it, It came with it's own "plan B"
10-03-2012, 02:29 PM
It is times like this that I am ashamed to say I live in Kentucky....... Near Somerset too..... Sad...really it is just sad..
Are traps really that hard to understand? I see them in the wall of shame all the time, but I just don't get it....Who can't figure out how to work these funny pieces of PVC? How do they put their...
03-13-2012, 01:52 PM
Nonsense you have the rest of your life to learn it all. The trouble is that once you feel like you are starting to get the hang of it all, they just come out with something new...
So do the fire ants just short things out?
I have never really dealt with any fire ants so I guess I am not sure what they are capable of.
03-02-2012, 01:21 PM
This isn't something I typically work on so this may be a dumb question.
Aren't sediment traps for.......trapping sediment? Isn't that important?
Clean work BTW :)
Is the other parent female?
IF yes, is she attractive?
That may be the difference between B and C....j/k lol :angel:
Van for sale:
Clean, one owner, custom window tinting, and sliding door lock.
02-24-2012, 12:00 PM
I think the 30 amp breaker is fine as long as the wiring to the breaker can support more than that. I have seen people make some bonehead wiring connections that wouldn't allow enough amps to trip a...
02-20-2012, 04:27 PM
Well it takes .02 Btu's per hour to raise 1 cubic foot 1 degree F and that is assuming no heat loss/gain (aka perfect insulation)
So how much space does that have to even out the temperature? and...
02-20-2012, 03:55 PM
Well how big of a space are we talking about?
Would 341 Btu's raise the temperature of the room 1 degree?
What type of heat gain/loss do we have?
Basically there are a lot of factors, I can't...
If your employer will pay for it (and I believe there is a re-cert fee later) then why not?
It shows that you understand how things SHOULD be done. I mean I am sure there are lots of people with a...
02-20-2012, 03:27 PM
Yahoo answers had this question on it. The answer was
Google really isn't that hard to operate.... :)
It is not the maintenance agreement that is the problem, it is the company doing it. If it is a good company that they actually perform the work. then it is great.
But if it is a company that...
I understand, and agree that some homeowners are way too naive and easily influenced by a pushy contractor. It is a shame, it makes all of us look bad. Sounds like you have done the right thing.
I blame the contractor for shoddy work, but at the same time the homeowner let this happen. It isn't that hard to spot someone who is half a$$ing it.
You saw the receipt, did they get what they...
I look at it like this. This is an example not to be taken literally...
A plumbing system, be it pipes in a house or a garden hose in the yard. Pressure is off, there is water in the line...
It ticks me off when someone makes a repair and doesn't check their work! Just replace whatever part the halfa$$ed diagnosing came up with and walk away.
I don't care if I am 100% positive I fixed...
High head pressure would be one.
02-14-2012, 12:34 PM
I wouldn't be afraid to pop in a new breaker. A weak breaker has given me headaches more then once.
02-07-2012, 12:43 PM
Xcel I guess it is nice the previous company set the bar so low, so now all you have to do is.....your job and you are a hero :)
I would like to ask what may be a stupid question regarding the "reduced capacity" of running a smaller line set. Is there a formula to figure how much capacity is lost from smaller line set? Is it...
01-26-2012, 02:34 PM
Being a boat mechanic I know exactly what you are saying about becoming sensitive to it. I find it interesting how many of these posts contain a "I know it is odorless, but"
I guess more then likely...
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