Hello all, I'm new to this site but not at all new to DIY. I think it's some sort of sickness that runs in my family... I think it's fair to establish credentials; I've been building projects since high school, building cabinets with a friend who had his own business. From there it shifted to working on cars and attending a local auto mechanic vocational school.
What I bring to this site is the construction experience I've gained since then; We rennovated a 1917 farm house for 10 years, replacing walls, floors, the heating, plumbing and electrical systems etc.. Just about everything involved there. A few years ago we moved, then designed and built our own home with me acting as the GC, electrician, lead carpenter, plumbing assistant and gofer. I'm also a certified journeyman electrician and electrical administrator in Washington state. I hope to pass on as much help as possible to save people time and money as well as learn a few things on some less common projects I'll be taking on. May you all have safe projects!
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17,000 dryer fires a year, when did you last clean the inside of the dryer near motor or the exhaust ducting?