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    Eddie_T replied to the thread Crown Nut Removal Wrench.
    Sorry to be so late in getting back to post. Using a socket set to find the size of the crown nut I found it to be 7/8" or 22mm. I used...
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    Eddie_T replied to the thread New Toilet.
    A friend of mine has Eljer toilets. I am impressed with their powerful flush. However I am going to continue with my old Kohler...
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    Eddie_T replied to the thread Surprise Shock.
    The only mystery is the residual voltage. If not for the shock the troubleshooting would have been a simple matter. There was a bad FL...
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    I was troubleshooting a 3-way switch circuit for a friend. It was in a detached building classified as a garage but more of a man cave...
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    I live in NC and was concerned about a piece of pasture land that my Dad let a neighbor move his fence about 8 -10 ft onto. The clerk of...
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    I would check the damaged area to see what the damage really is. If the conductor is not compromised a good taping may be adequate. If...
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    Hopefully you have the old door, set the two next to each other as they would be installed and use a square the mark the edges of that...
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    Practice on a 2x4, I wouldn't bother with a hinge jig. Once you trace the outline, it's really pretty easy. Use a utility knife to mark...
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    Eddie_T replied to the thread Crown Nut Removal Wrench.
    Thanks, I had forgotten about those. I catalog ordered a single size for a special application many years ago.
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    Eddie_T replied to the thread Crown Nut Removal Wrench.
    If there isn't room to get a wrench on a crown nut there isn't room to replace a stem or valve. I have suggested my own solution but the...
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    Eddie_T replied to the thread Crown Nut Removal Wrench.
    I don't understand your problem. My problem is that most wrenches for 3/4" nuts are built for motor mounts or such heavy duty use. I...
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    Eddie_T replied to the thread Crown Nut Removal Wrench.
    I can repack a stem in minutes, access is my problem. A basin wrench might work but they are a bit sloppy and I prefer the feel of a...
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    Eddie_T replied to the thread Crown Nut Removal Wrench.
    Yep, I read it but it didn't help. I am fully capable of improvising. I was thinking that maybe a plumber had a tool like a stubby but...
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    Eddie_T replied to the thread Crown Nut Removal Wrench.
    I was hoping someone had been there. I'll just improvise, I'll remove the handle and use sockets to determine the size then decide an...
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    I need to renew the stem packing for a toilet stop valve. Access and visibility are very limited. Is there a special stubby wrench or...
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