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Featured DIYChatroom Member: Bud Cline

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Bud Cline is a native of the St. Louis Missouri area and has been a flooring professional since 1976. Having lived and worked in Palm Springs, Des Moines, Dallas, and St. Louis, he has been married to his beautiful wife since 1981, and enjoys spending time with their three great kids and four grandchildren, smoking meats and when he isn't spending time with family and friends, installing tile, or offering his expert advice at various Internet...
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Featured DIYChatroom Member: cocobolo

Posted 09-06-2014 at 12:52 PM by DIYChatroom

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Born at Haywards Heath, Sussex, England, November 13, 1942.

The son of Kathleen and Dennis Elliott (RAF pilot).

My father was killed during WW2 when I was 10 days less than 1 year old.

During the war we lived at 1 Park Road, Haywards Heath, my grandparents home. On one occasion, the back of the house was damaged when a German bomber let one go on his way up to London one night. Everyone survived, and I think there were...
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Save 2K DIY EPOXY

Posted 08-31-2014 at 10:42 PM by mrs5150

I am very impress with myself! Yes, I did my 3-car garage floor..I was quoted close to 3k for paint on my floors!!!

I gotta say that the prep work was the hardest but not worth 3K..but then again my garage is only 15years old.

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sump pump pit

Posted 08-30-2014 at 10:18 AM by gloria voland

i wanted to check if my sump pump is working and it is working but i could not test it due to the sumpit is draining the water underground while im filling it up. what would be the cause of the water draining down. The pit is bottomless. But before i can refill it with no problem.
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Changing a breaker?

Posted 08-27-2014 at 12:57 PM by PaulieD69
Updated 09-12-2014 at 06:13 AM by PaulieD69

I currently have a 30 amp breaker that keeps tripping. Not all the time, kinda goes in spells where it will trip every 5 minutes or so.
I am in the process (next day or 2) of changing said breaker with another 30 amp. My question is, can I change it to a say 45 amp? Would that screw up anything?

I am not very experienced at electricity, so any help would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance!
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