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  1. Building & Construction
    I am preparing to build a free standing deck. I am planning on notching 6X6 boards to sit my beams on before bolting them to the post. However, since the deck is going to be built on a slope, the front is going to be level with the ground and therefore does not require a post. Is it okay to pour...
  2. Electrical
    Hi all. Iam going to start my little project. Automatic watering system for my garden. I went to some garage sales and find this convinient connetors, i got them pretty cheaply. I attached some photos. But now i cant find any datasheet or document for this connector. Can someone tell me...
  3. Plumbing
    Guys, I'm about to install a new water heater - gas, installed on home exterior (SoCal). I've done this twice before, and always used the flexible copper connections, and never had an issue with them. My existing WH has flexible copper connections, they haven't failed - but I'm thinking it's...
  4. Plumbing
    Hi all, In the process of redoing a half bath in my basement. The plumbing is all twisted up and runs through this odd looking connector piece. I haven't come across anything like this in my old house or any other house I've been in. It does appear as if there's some form of grounding...
  5. HVAC
    I have an Armstrong HE A93UH gas furnace installed in August 2013 and it had intermittent problems starting the 1st winter(it was fine until then); the inducer came on and tried/hummed for a while then shut off. Not sure if it's related; the 1st time it happened was when I turned up the temp on...
  6. Building & Construction
    My deck railing are in very poor shape, you can see they have been braced at the top, and they lean very badly. The railing spacing is also very large much bigger than any mother would want. (Sorry for the large pictures I hope they will show as much detail as possible but i hope the board will...
  7. General DIY Discussions
    I have a Dayton tank and it is missing the connector on the top of the tank. I am looking for any help to track it down or modify it to fit a 1" or 3/4" npt fitting. The tank model is: 5PFV2 Website: Tank Literature http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/DAYTON-Water-Tank-5PFV2 Thanks for the help.
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