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Sounds like a broken or cracked dip tube which is allowing cold water to enter near the top of the heater rather than at the bottom as it should. Then you only get several minutes of hot water until the cold water enters and mixes with the hot water in the heater at the top. That is a common issue especially on...
I want to have a light bulb in my garage. My garage is 100 feet from my house. I only have 102 feet of wire. Everyone I talk to with construction experience tells me it is not possible to get the light bulb to work the way I propose to do it.
Here is what I propose to do. Connect 100 feet of wire from one side...
This is a lot of money to replace a key I never used. Is it possible to get a duplicate somewhere and to engrave the numbers on that were on my previous key?
It's not the trade that leads to being dishonest. It's either in the person to be honest or not. That's why it's always a good idea to get multiple estimates on any job. And once you find a tradesman you can trust, stick with them.
I’m currently searching for a place & I’ve been seeing ones with a heat pump instead of central heat and air, but I don’t know much about them. Someone told my brother that they make your electric bill way more, but when I googled it, it seemed like they were better.
So this morning, I went to the kitchen to heat up my breakfast in our Frigidaire stainless steel microwave, I was able to, but it was early, and I didnt want to make a lot of noise. SO right before the time ended (1 second left) I opened the door. I got my food out, and when i went to close it, everything was off,...
We’ve never used the dishwasher since moving in 2 years ago. Finally decided to use it and now we notice this. It’s a small Electrolux. We’ve tried all the settings/ cycle options. Nothing. It’s turned on at the wall, so there is power. Does a blockage prevent running a cycle maybe?
Chocolate has a lot of fat in it. Fat can clog your drain and pipes further down.
Fat of any kind that can solidify, such as chocolate, butter, lard, whatever, should be scraped into the trash, and the remainder washed thoroughly with hot water and soap to flush it down the pipes.
The heater would need to be for a small space. 12x6x6. Run on propane. Reasonably priced. Safe. I already have a vent and a carbon detector.
When I run the bath taps, the kitchen taps immediately emit a loud noise. The water pressure on the boiler is normal. Thanks in advance.
I use a humidifier at night because the air in my room gets really dry in the winter. I haven’t had a problem at all!
I woke up this morning and found that my walls are wet! What do I do? It’s not too late to fix it right? Will it leave any marks on the walls?
I have my windows covered with insulation plastic...
I want to buy washer/gasket for kitchen water faucet. I 've found a package of various sizes from lidl and decided to buy them but when i checked the description i 've seen written that they can not used on drinkable water pipes (also for their appliance it says they can be used for bathroom and garden but...
I always thought that the thermostat display box, was wired through the wall and connected to the furnace.
I didn't know you can just buy the display thing, attach it to the wall and have it run your furnace and AC and whatnot.
So how exactly does it work? I mean, how is it able to control the furnace and...
No, BUT. Please read the note at the end.
Pressure is heat. Higher pressure means there is more heat in the system, and your radiators will operate at a higher temperature.
Lowering the temperature, and therefore the pressure, will mean that your radiators will run at a lower temperature, but your boiler system...