Last Activity:12-19-2008 2:17 PM
Posted in thread: lightbulb goes pop on 12-20-2008 at 12:09 AM
hmmmm cryptic responses. how are bulbs screwed in too tightly a problem, or are you just
messing with me hehehe? also what was that about voltage? bad ground allows too much voltage
because excess has...
Posted in thread: lightbulb goes pop on 12-19-2008 at 12:45 PM
This is a totally different issue than the previous one (that caused all the ruckus but appears
to have ended up ok thanks to you guys' decent attitudes - I was impressed). A friend of mine
has a frie...
Posted in thread: new outlet in a closet on 12-19-2008 at 12:17 PM
Ha I was so fed up I didn't even come back to see how decent you guys were about it. I'm glad I
haven't been blacklisted or something. I guess ranting and speaking your mind can clear the air
Posted in thread: new outlet in a closet on 11-10-2008 at 10:09 AM
ok ok guys I got kinda carried away. This whole thing is goofy. happy thanksgiving. I got all
the info myself anyway.
Posted in thread: new outlet in a closet on 11-10-2008 at 09:34 AM
Yeah that's what forums and various other sources of information are for. If you don't answer
my questions I'll have to go get them elsewhere is all. Yes I've done electrical before. Hooked
Posted in thread: new outlet in a closet on 11-09-2008 at 03:38 AM
Hi, Here's the situation: Customer wants me to enlarge the door of a closet to make it a kind
of open alcove thing and build a sort of desk in there. They want a new electrical outlet on
the wall unde...
Posted in thread: footings for posts in a basement on 04-24-2007 at 09:24 AM
This is the same hosue as the other post right before this, but a different question.They want
some new posts put in to support the stairs going down to the basement. Its a sump pump type
deal in the ...
Posted in thread: Some Ceramic Tile questions on 04-24-2007 at 09:15 AM
Hi I'm about to do a ceramic tile job. For some reason ceramic tile is an area I never did get
much experience in. I'd like to do it right. I have a basic understanding just from being a
handyman and ...
Posted in thread: priming already painted wood on 02-23-2007 at 04:10 PM
thanks. I guess the general rule is you don't need to prime areas that have already been primed
and painted, as she says this has. But just hypothetically, let's say that you were dealing
with walls t...
Posted in thread: priming already painted wood on 02-22-2007 at 07:06 PM
I'm painting some basement panneling. it already has paint on it. The woman I'm doing the work
for says that it was already primed. Would I put new primer on it if I repaint it or just paint
it with r...
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