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  1. HVAC
    Hello, New home owner here! Just did some basement renovations and added a bathroom in the basement including a bath fan. The exhaust vent is sitting less than 12in off the ground in the backyard, and the yard slopes towards the house (separate issue!). With heavy rain the water is rising...
  2. Electrical
    Hello. There is one three wire going to the fan/light combo. Two separate switches. I need one switch to turn on vanity light. One to turn on fan/light. They both (fan/light and vanity light) come on at the same time now.... with either switch. The Old fan and vanity light did not do this...
  3. Electrical
    Hi Community, I am looking for someone to double check my wiring layout of a bathroom light/fan/nightlight that I want to install. Also seeking some guidance on making this code compliant. I have a basic knowledge in a lot of areas including wiring and electrical. I am very careful to not go...
  4. HVAC
    I've got a couple of these bath fans in my house (estimating 30 years old). They are fairly loud, but work. I'm scoping out the project of putting just a new cover on or replacing new unit, as seems they have gotten more powerful and quiet in recent years. If i go the replace route, i'd...
  5. HVAC
    As part of a dual bath remodel, the contractor added a new Panasonic Whisper Green fan in each, replacing earlier fans. His electrician did the wiring, per the Installation sketch, I blew it up, make it easier for them, and me. there are 3 switches, Light, General (the Red leads) and Fan, L-R in...
  6. Kitchen & Bath Remodeling
    Hello, I am installing a closet system in a bedroom. I need to use snaptoggle fasteners (high load hollow wall anchors) to mount it. Between two studs I hit a sheet of metal behind the drywall. The builder tells me it’s the vent from the powder bath downstairs. Is it ok to drill into...
  7. Kitchen & Bath Remodeling
    My best to all. I have a 40 year old 5ft x 5ft bathroom that has been severely neglected. I would highly appreciate it if someone could take some of their valuable time to provide me with a rough estimate - SWAG (semi wild ass guess) or WAG (wild ass guess) on what the labor might be to get...
  8. Electrical
    Hi all, I'm new here but I would really appreciate any help you might be able to give and I'd be happy to help and contribute in anyway I can. I decided to replace my bathroom exhaust fan today and nearly had it finished until I turned the electric back on.... I had all of the bathroom switches...
  9. Electrical
    My old bath fan worked off two wall switches, one for the lights (heat lamps) & the other for the vent fan. Those two 12/2 lines met with the power line in a box on the fan/light enclosure. I have NO IDEA whatever possessed me to think I knew what the devil I was doing when I disconnected...
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