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  1. Some induction motors have a thick copper shunt...

    Some induction motors have a thick copper shunt wire embedded with the laminations. This is to lessen the "eddy" currents set up when current is applied. If tghe wire is broken the lamination s will...
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    Go to mcmaster-carr industrial supply. You can...

    Go to mcmaster-carr industrial supply. You can find most anything here.
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    is anything obstructing the up/low limit switch?...

    is anything obstructing the up/low limit switch? something on the lead screw or chain?
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    check the heating pad. there should be something...

    check the heating pad. there should be something printed on it. look for watts. divide watts by 120 to get amps. but watts is what's measured on a house meter.
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    look on the nameplate. should be a quantity and...

    look on the nameplate. should be a quantity and type of refrigerant stamped into the nameplate. R-134a you can handle. R-12 and R-22 are authorized only by an epa rated technician.
  6. The magnetic contactor for the blower and or...

    The magnetic contactor for the blower and or compressor can be outdoors. The control circuit for the contactor is 24 volts. the movable part of the contactor is called the armature, the fixed part...
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    It wouldn't have a dc line out but a direct...

    It wouldn't have a dc line out but a direct connection from the generator to the battery via a regulator circuit. You can have multiple windings on the stator besides the 120/240 for house power.
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    Sticky: Any panelbox may serve as a main panel housing a...

    Any panelbox may serve as a main panel housing a main breaker and branch circuit breakers. a sub panel is a similar panelbox minus a main breaker. Its terminations are usually just main line lugs. ...
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    PEERLESS old style.

    PEERLESS old style.
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    Kohler seems tohave the same or larger footprint.

    Kohler seems tohave the same or larger footprint.
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    drill some small holes in the side rails opposite...

    drill some small holes in the side rails opposite each other. Straighten out some clothes hangers and insert the wires into the holes forming a sort of grid. If the blower suction is too great the...
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    The solar array puts out raw power but I would...

    The solar array puts out raw power but I would think there was a regulator item to regulate the charge going into the battery. Doesn't the generator have a dc output for the battery? Would seem so,...
  13. Piers and Jackposts should be on a solid footing...

    Piers and Jackposts should be on a solid footing not just an angled base (which yours shows) Dig a hole about a foot deep, 12X12. When it's cured (wait a couple of weeks) then install your posts. If...
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    when wiring any "distance" from a house, say a...

    when wiring any "distance" from a house, say a well pump, look at the nameplate for amperage or watts. you'll have to calculate for amps. take the power in watts and divide it by voltage to get amps....
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    As a rule most if not all kitchen circuits should...

    As a rule most if not all kitchen circuits should be 20 amp. Lighting is generally 15 amp. Most houses now-a-days are all wired with 12 gauge wire.
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    the newer types of adhesives should be looked...

    the newer types of adhesives should be looked into. Older stuff was latex or water based. A solvent based adhesive evaporates the vehicle faster than a latex, even though water based seeems to dry...
  17. Thread: Are we here?

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    don't worry. we are still here. I thought I was a...

    don't worry. we are still here. I thought I was a goner a week ago. Heart rate dropped to below 22 bpm. Got a pacemaker now.
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    other than using steel support joists, you're...

    other than using steel support joists, you're gonna get some flexing in a wooden floor. make sure your sistered joists are installed "cup side" up. This way any axial load goes out to the joist...
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    They must know what's good or not.

    They must know what's good or not.
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    Check with Hawkins111. He lives in Bethel AK and...

    Check with Hawkins111. He lives in Bethel AK and was a dealer for toyo and monitor.
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    Go to Walmart's gardening center or Lowes or Home...

    Go to Walmart's gardening center or Lowes or Home Depot and ask an associate there what's best.
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    the motor is called a poly-phase motor. it has...

    the motor is called a poly-phase motor. it has two windings in it, a start winding and a run winding. a capacitor is inserted inline with the start winding to get the motor spinning as near to full...
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    check the start capacitor. with the overload, it...

    check the start capacitor. with the overload, it could have burnt up. the motor has a set of movable contacts inside that disconnect the capacitor when the motor is up to full speed. continuous...
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    not really unless you can vary the depth the nail...

    not really unless you can vary the depth the nail is driven. the slots in the siding allow for movement of the siding as it heats up and cools down. the nail heads are not driven down tight against...
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    Al's was a bunch of hooey! He took it upon...

    Al's was a bunch of hooey! He took it upon himself to re-manufacture the whole Monitor heater. hE MADE/MACHINED HIS OWN PARTS AND CHARGED WAY TOO MUCH - SOMEWHERE AROUND 300% MORE THEN mONITOR....
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