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  1. HVAC
    I have a 12" round main trunk that is reduced to 8" about 6 feet from the furnace. The 8" is taken from a hole in the end cap on the 12" main. I guess those are called shortway reducers or two piece reducers. The 8" trunk is about 1" off center. I can feel warm air coming out of the vents...
  2. General DIY Discussions
    Hi, I'm trying to replace my old 1" water pressure regulator valve but came across this problem. I need to remove this component from the old valve so that I can use it for the new valve. It looks like a threaded reducer with one side 1 3/4" MIP to 1 1/4" MIP. What tool can I use to unscrew...
  3. HVAC
    Hey guys, I've got a quick plumbing question for you. I've got a 1938 cape, the piping for the baseboard is 1" copper. The baseboard in the kitchen is mangled, the case is missing, large chunks of the aluminum fins are damaged. Repairing the old baseboard looks like it'd be tedious, and...
  4. Flooring
    Hi, I have the Home Deport Allure vinyl planks in blonde maple. I need a reducer and a a stair nose that will match that color. Since I am not aware of any company making vinyl transitions, I looked at the laminate transitions sold at home depot but nothing there really matches the blonde maple...
  5. Flooring
    I'm stumped. We're so close to deciding to go with Allure flooring over our old tile throughout the front of the house. Our tile is cracked and just hideous after 12 years. But the expense and ordeal of busting it up is just WAY more than I can handle now - or any time soon. We are tempted to...
  6. Insulation
    I'm not sure if this question belongs in this forum or the HVAC forum, but here goes. I'm insulating my unfinished, unconditioned basement hot water (not steam) heating pipes. I'm using 1"-thick-wall jacketed fiberglass tubes. At one point, the 2" IPS black pipe reduces to 1-1/2" IPS pipe...
  7. Electrical
    :eek::eek:I'm replacing a failed Hunter ceiling fan with another fan that was given to me. The Hunter had a 3/4" down rod with a threaded end which went into a threaded female fitting on the fan. My new fan has a 1/2" threaded male stud coming out of the top of the fan. Unfortunately, the new...
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