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Posted in thread: Crackling from breaker panel on 02-11-2017 at 05:33 AM
Your "practical experience" story had nothing to do with the OP's question. You posted it in a
pathetic attempt to make your answer seem right simply because I said that external heat
wouldn't cause t...
Posted in thread: Crackling from breaker panel on 02-10-2017 at 06:36 PM
What does your little fairy tale have to do with the OP's question about his or any arcing
breaker tripping from the heat generated from it? Nothing! You said yes...sorta, I said no.
Heaven forbid som...
Posted in thread: Crackling from breaker panel on 02-10-2017 at 04:22 PM
I was wondering how long it would take you to convolute it in some way just to justify your
Posted in thread: Metal kick plate outside? on 02-09-2017 at 04:49 AM
Kick plates aren't actually there to be kicked, they're there to protect the door's finish from
minor shoe contact when going in or out. You should just use a boot scraper or something like
this that ...
Posted in thread: Crackling from breaker panel on 02-08-2017 at 02:22 PM
It is a QO.As an aside, if it got to the point where it was bad enough to cause a fire would
the breaker trip?No, the arcing is usually because of a bad or loose connection outside of the
breaker. If ...
Posted in thread: Crackling from breaker panel on 02-08-2017 at 12:27 PM
What that sounds like is electrical arcing. The only noise you should ever hear from your panel
is silence....and sometimes a hum from a breaker. If it's arcing at the main breaker or behind
it, it ne...
Posted in thread: Infloor Radiant Heat on 02-05-2017 at 05:23 AM
Typically the in slab and the water heater use the same boiler but they are separate water
sources. The heated water from the boiler is used to heat the floors and circulated through the
water tank to...
Posted in thread: Infloor Radiant Heat on 02-04-2017 at 06:39 PM
I'm assuming you have in slab, rather than on slab, radiant heat. The slab acts as a huge heat
sink but takes a fair amount of time to heat up. When you stat calls for heat, hot water is
Posted in thread: Undermount Sink in Corner Cabinet on 01-30-2017 at 07:40 AM
I'm not a fan of corner sinks, especially with cabinets over them. It's too closed in, you have
wasted counter space in the back of the sink, odd counter space to the left and right of the
sink, and a...
Posted in thread: How to hide washer/dryer connections? on 01-29-2017 at 09:13 PM
I think bud has the right idea. Put a shelf just above the water supply and put on a hinged
skirt board that will hide everything but allow access to them also. Then instead of having to
look at the c...