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64069

Re: Home AC question

If it's true that you can't clean the A coil without removing it, the original installer should be punched in the junk. But I suspect there's a way and you
nadj_a_nator
Jul 21
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64068

Re: Primer Needed?

Woodscapes is self priming.  Any regular primer would hide the natural wood grain which is what a stain is supposed to revile. On Friday, July 21, 2017 12:39
David Cox
Jul 21
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64067

Re: Primer Needed?

My experience with Sherwin Williams is that they are knowledgeable in their field. Did you ask them? Stain is not paint, so if you are staining them, I don't
Ron Johnson
Jul 20
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64066

Re: Home AC question

... Not yet. I've been busy with work. No more freezing up so I think the Freon leak sealed off. With the air temp differential being 8 degrees unit runs
Robert Rushing
Jul 20
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64065

Primer Needed?

I am getting some new T-111 boards up on the side of my house to replace some that have rot on them as well as some treated wood to go on the corners. My
westande
Jul 20
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64064

Re: Home AC question

So... any resolution? Sent from my iPhone
nadj_a_nator
Jul 19
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64063

Re: Home AC question

Thanks for all the information.
Robert Rushing
Jul 19
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64062

Re: Missing piece for hanging light??

Thanks Laren, I hadn’t thought of that, I’ll check there when I go to town. We've purchased and donated to Habitat for years, however, our Restore has a
oakridgefarm@...
Jul 19
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64061

Re: Missing piece for hanging light??

Posted by: "oakridgefarm@..." ... Hi; Just as you found a great deal on your lights at a Habitat Restore, you will likely find your best deal on the
Laren
Jul 19
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64060

Lite Fixture......

OK, I think I understand what you guys are saying. Something similar to this along with the canopy kit is probably what I need. Yes Dale, I can easily unhook
oakridgefarm@...
Jul 18
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64059

Re: Missing piece for hanging light?? [2 Attachments]

That fixture was originally hung from a knob and tube bar or so it appears.  I would open the top link by twisting and mis-aligning the ends, and take the
    Dale Schoepflin
    Jul 18
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    64058

    Re: Missing piece for hanging light??

    Thanks, I See HD sells a canopy kit but looks like it is just a covering of the parts you mentioned. Might be best to take the hanger off and take it in to a
    oakridgefarm@...
    Jul 18
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    64057

    Re: Missing piece for hanging light??

    You need an all-thread which screws into the part on the end of the chain, a mounting strap which has a threaded hole in the center to accept the all-thread,
    dcwired@att.net
    Jul 18
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    64056

    Missing piece for hanging light??

    Bought some older light fixtures at Habitat yesterday which will be perfect in our barn. This particular one has the wire(s) but not the “plate” that
    oakridgefarm@...
    Jul 18
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    64055

    Re: Home AC question

    A/C couple of possibilities: 1) If the inside coil is dirty, (OR the inside blower motor/ fan quits intermittently, say cycling on thermal), it can freeze the
    Terry
    Jul 17
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