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    Using Concrete Bonding Adhesives

    I would, because of the small area.
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    Using Concrete Bonding Adhesives

    The Lahabra is aggregate based, so just add to a workable consistency.
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    Moving a receptacle in an unfinished room with exposed everything

    I thought I remembered you saying that, but I was still only a couple of blocks off.
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    Moving a receptacle in an unfinished room with exposed everything

    He's in TX, so humidity may be the product of flood stage.
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    Moving a receptacle in an unfinished room with exposed everything

    1. We can instruct you. 2. Some folks like the convenience of an unencumbered recep., as say for instance, a vacuum, or a hot water recirc. system. 3. Sure, turn the breaker off, and good luck.
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    Moving a receptacle in an unfinished room with exposed everything

    Why not simply run a new #12/2+ romex, box and recep, from the "J" box.
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    Old wall wiring with no ground wire-Can I add a ground to the metal box?-Also Outlets are upside down

    Were I you, I'd leave the primary black conductor , black, and use some shrink sleeve for the white, as a form of recognizable consistency...
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    Old wall wiring with no ground wire-Can I add a ground to the metal box?-Also Outlets are upside down

    1st, before you go any further, you need to determine what the wiring is, that is connected to the outlet boxes, IE. is it romex, bx, conduit or metallic flex? Because, even in the 1950, some groups of conductors, also contained a small gauge grnd. conductor. BX, conduit and metallic flex, may...
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    Storing things on septic bed during winter

    Since there are two functions involved, percolation and evaporation, stacking or better yet bridging, then stacking, will minimize any loss of function.
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    Interior door latch

    They are ball bearing catch latches, and are repairable, as well as adjustable and replaceable; ball bearing door catch latches
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    Help with stove wiring question.

    I'd run #6/4, and break @50amp, which gives you the 20% over.
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    Mdf wood

    Welcome. 1st, you shouldn't use 60grit for scuffing. 100 for 120 would suffice, and the particulate matter, is likely just paint dust, and contains "0" formaldehyde.
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    What do they call this part for the shower

    Looks like fun. Your oscillator should come with 2 alternative blades which will cut the straps and as for the radiator, hold the nut on the left and pull up on the one on the right. On 2nd thought, hold the valve and pull up on the nut.
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    What’s this concrete beam?

    Thanks. Grade beams are a slope stabilizer, and I can't tell if the lot slopes down and away, beyond the patio. Why the T-111 wasn't cut and the patio built correctly, is beyond me. The beam may have been poored as a method of mitigating the pressure of the in-fill of the patio base material.
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    What’s this concrete beam?

    A more panoramic view will reveal additional details of the lot grade and slope away, because the concrete, may be a grade beam.
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