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  1. Plumbing
    My house has a 5/8 inch meter that comes into the house, then immediately out of the meter it goes down to 1/2 inch. The 1/2 inch line then goes from the front of the house to the very back (~30-35 feet), before it hits a T. One side of that T then continues and splits off more to the washing...
  2. Electrical
    Hello, I've recently purchased the: Sense Home Energy Monitor". The device works with one main panel fed from 1 meter. It can work with multiple panels as long as the other panels are subs of the main panel. Well, my home has multiple panels and I assumed that I had 1 main panel and 1 sub...
  3. Electrical
    Is it ok to swap out the bottom bus bar to one that has there large lugs on it? I have a 50amp breaker already on that side I added that I need to make a run from to outside. The large lugs on the top bar are already being used. I want a bar on the bottom just like the one on top
  4. Plumbing
    My husband was ripping out a clump of bamboo and accidentally broke our water main. The pipe was exposed for the evening and the next day when he went to repair it there was some ice in the pipe - he removed that, repaired the line and then covered the pipe back up (he had a backhoe rented and...
  5. Plumbing
    Hello All, Without digging up my whole yard, is there any way to figure out where the main water line enters my home and if so how deep is it usually buried. I know where the supply meter is and I tried digging a little but I'll be darned if i can find it. I would have thought it would have...
  6. Plumbing
    Have a quarter turn key shut off (like a street main shut off) being used as a shut off for a sprinkler system. The valve is about 40 inches below ground. It is in a concrete tube about a foot in diameter with a 10 inch metal lid. Obviously there is no way to reach it without digging it up...
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