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    Is this a recent event?

    Is this a recent event?
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    That's great, Chief! Thanks for the feedback on...

    That's great, Chief! Thanks for the feedback on that. Now that we have the one 'fixed', let's look at what's with the generator. Same issue? Runs for a while and quits? Describe what's going on.....
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    I'd take that packing nut off and use a deep...

    I'd take that packing nut off and use a deep throat six point socket on the larger hex. Don't want to slip and break the corners. Then you can replace the seat washer.
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    Ball valve replacement....

    While I agree a ball valve would be a great replacement, it may not be all that necessary. It looks like a lot is going on there, what with each joint so close to another. Shut off the whole house...
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    Roof leaks....

    Agree with Pushkins...also, nails should never be visible if the roof was properly applied. If there's easy-to-see evidence of one or a few, there may be more. Also look for any shingle joints that...
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    The new look....

    Lots of work here, Troy. A great job done. The only issues I have are about the obligation of hearing the advertising. Very distracting when concentrating on the Forum threads. The other issue may be...
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    Cat odor....

    Go there when it's dark out. Use a black light. Black light shows up any protein stains. Shine it across the floor, along the walls. Consider there may have been a cabinet or table near a wall where...
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    Water heater....

    Good job! Pretty gutsy with that basket ball idea. That would've been noisy if it did burst! As for the copper to the junk yard....Heck yeah! The copper in one pile, brass from the valves and...
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    De-thatcher....

    Hi, Sunshine. Here's a pic of Agri-Fab's de-thatcher: www.agri-fab.com - Universal Front-Mount Tine Dethatcher. Their sweeper is here: www.agri-fab.com - Sweepers.
    That de-thatcher attaches to the...
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    Acorn pickups....

    Hmmmm...that hill presents a challenge. My sweeper is the 36" Agri-Fab and has the tine attachment on it's front. It's pulled by whatever machine is available. Anything from one of the LGT's to my...
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    Acorns...

    It sounds like the acorn density per square foot is pretty high. Unsightly for a nice lawn and not all that comfy to walk on either. Sounds like a serious vacuum is in order or a good lawn sweeper....
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    Gray water....

    Do you also have a pressure tank? If so, there may be a problem with the pressure tank bladder being broken. There will be a lot of black from that at times. To check, shut the electric off to the...
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    Moen faucet....

    A call to Moen will help you a lot. Great people to work with. There will be directions in the new cartridge they send you. No charge. For the one I repaired, it did just pull straight up....
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    Home Repair Forum...

    Thanks, Troy and HayZee for your outstanding effort. Lots of work for you two, but we ALL appreciate it.

    Bob.
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    If you're a Veteran....

    Thanks for your effort.
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    Weep pipe...

    It would flow out the first few holes if they're on the bottom. Drill the holes in a straight line and orient them so they're on the top side. The pipe fills up and then it starts leaking out of the...
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    Broken bolt...

    I sure don't mean to be condescending, but a friend once had a terrible time drilling an 3/8" hole in the car fender one time. His neighbor came by to see what he was fussing with and noticed the...
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    Cinder blocks...

    I know nothing about what you need. Just want to comment on how beautiful that structure is and can see why you want to save it....
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    Shutters...

    Most definately do need shutters. Most definately not THOSE shutters! This is definately an opinion...
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    PEX sizing...

    I would run the PEX without regard to machinery placement. The future may call for a change, and you'll be there. Also, it's just plain easier to run the PEX in a square floor area rather than...
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    Moen kitchen faucet.

    Was helping cousin today with her leaky Moen kitchen faucet. Moen is very good about helping find the model number (7100) and is sending out the replacement cartridge. My problem is not being able to...
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    Snarkey posts....

    More than once a recent new-comer has offered help, commented on or replied to posts and posters in a pretty snarkey way. It's been deteriorating now for more than a few months. I would like this to...
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    PDF conversion...

    After a LOT of tries, even going through ZamZar, I found the most easy way! I simply copied the PDF image to the clipboard, opened a new file in Adobe and pasted it in there. It was then a simple...
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    Stuck stopper...

    "The white plastic ball at the >end< of the rod" sounds like the key here. There should be enough rod sticking past that plastic ball to catch the stopper. Apparently it's rusted away. To get the...
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    Deere machine...

    Hi, Wardo5000. Welcome to HRf. To get an in depth answer to any John Deere issues, join this forum:
    Weekend Freedom Machines: <b>Restoration and Repair Forum</b>
    Register there, and post your...
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