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Old 09-12-2011, 07:00 PM   #16
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I sent my check for renewal, you did not get it.

Thanks, I will try backing out the top screw and see what I get in the morning. If not I do have really good spackle, caulk and sandpaper.
Ya, I got the check. I’ll send it back if you buy a compressor and a finish gun. Your next job may be stain grade and the screws just won’t cut it.
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Old 09-12-2011, 07:06 PM   #17
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Could have used cement board screws and called it eclectic.
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If you want accurate work for out of square corners a sliding bevel, protractor will give you the angles you need.
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Ya, I got the check. Iíll send it back if you buy a compressor and a finish gun. Your next job may be stain grade and the screws just wonít cut it.
I already have a compressor and three different guns. I really would rather have the dues paid up, need the girly wiggle room.
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If you take that face piece off you can flatten the wall board a little at the bottom with your hammer and the board will fit perfect. If you want to cut the piece to fit, place the base flat against the back of your saw and lift the end of the base, not being cut, up a little. It is a hit and miss so you may have to try a couple of times, not very scientific but it works.
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