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  • Posted in thread: Jerry rig broken AC drain line on 06-21-2017 at 06:04 PM
    Thanks, that's really smart. However I would then have a larger jerry rig to run the external
    drain tubing up to that point. But I'll certainly keep it in mind.

  • Posted in thread: Jerry rig broken AC drain line on 06-21-2017 at 05:32 PM
    Noticed the air handler was leaking water, but filter was good and drain line was not blocked.
    AC guy opened it up and found plastic slot--drain line holder-- in inside pan had snapped.
    (Probably step...

  • Posted in thread: Tiny junction boxes for alarm wiring on 05-24-2017 at 06:00 PM
    Thanks for the replies. Attached is a photo which may make it clearer. I could easily chop out
    the smaller, now invisible tie above but after this nice new foam job I am loathe to do that.
    See my plan...

  • Posted in thread: Tiny junction boxes for alarm wiring on 05-24-2017 at 05:16 PM
    Just had my attic spray foamed. The cellular alarm communicator had been attached near the
    peak; prior to foaming I attached a small collar tie near the peak to re-attach it later, but
    underestimated ...

  • Posted in thread: Inserting Flat File Drawers on 02-17-2017 at 12:19 PM
    actually the cabinets are brand new and are empty, but they are heavy even in that state and to
    get drawers in you have to extend them out from your arms which puts great strain on your back.

  • Posted in thread: Inserting Flat File Drawers on 02-17-2017 at 10:23 AM
    These are Sandusky Lee 5 drawer flat files. In speaking with the company I was advised that
    keeping the lock rod in the up position is the answer to getting that problematic third drawer
    in, meaning t...

  • Posted in thread: Inserting Flat File Drawers on 02-16-2017 at 01:13 PM
    We just got two cabinets of 5-drawer flat files; had to remove four of the five drawers in
    order to move units. All the drawers went back in easy except the third (middle) one, which was
    the hardest t...

  • Posted in thread: Is this a 60 or 45 degree miter cut? on 06-13-2016 at 08:04 PM
    Thanks. Just a final question that just occurs to me: if I find I can't re-use the old nails,
    do I need to use galvanized nails to install the new pieced of treated wood? And drill narrow
    pilot holes ...

  • Posted in thread: Is this a 60 or 45 degree miter cut? on 06-13-2016 at 07:32 PM
    Thanks. I guess after I remove the old piece, I could just put it on top of the new piece and
    line them up and pencil in the cut line on both ends.

  • Posted in thread: Is this a 60 or 45 degree miter cut? on 06-13-2016 at 06:53 PM
    See photo. I have to remove the larger piece (where the arrow is on top of) and miter box cut
    it to fit the smaller piece at the point of the arrow's tip. Looking at it I can't tell what
    angle cut it ...

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