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  1. The plastic ball valves I've used, I lubricate...

    The plastic ball valves I've used, I lubricate the ball with silicone and they work much more smoothly.
  2. So how were the final cuts made to remove the...

    So how were the final cuts made to remove the pieces from the blank.
  3. Since your piece of wood is fairly thick, why...

    Since your piece of wood is fairly thick, why wouldn't you remove all but one 1/4" thick layer at theh bottom of your oval cuts as a last pass type of thing to make removal from the blank easier?
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    You could put in some #4 X 1/2" c-sunk wood...

    You could put in some #4 X 1/2" c-sunk wood screws using the existing brad holes with or without glue to hold the panels in place.
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    If the sheet vinyl was put down with adhesive you...

    If the sheet vinyl was put down with adhesive you should wait a week or more before permanently placing any concentrated weight on it so that the adhesive completely cures. The uncured adhesive will...
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    Your photo attached, you just can't see it...

    Your photo attached, you just can't see it because only contributors have photo viewing privileges. You can be a contributor for a mere $6.00 per year contribution.
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    Since the panels are plywood, why not just glue...

    Since the panels are plywood, why not just glue them. Use some pin nails to hold them while the glue sets up. I would avoid hot melt glue it really isn't permanent.
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    They make 20 amp light switches with indicator...

    They make 20 amp light switches with indicator lights that would do what you want to do.425868
  9. I always wear hearing protection when running a...

    I always wear hearing protection when running a router or a sander. That does a pretty good job of noise reduction.
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    Those are all the options. Hopefully that will...

    Those are all the options. Hopefully that will change when we eventually change software.
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    A Viking replica

    Not my work, but I ran across this photo when I was digitizing some slides I took while I was in Iceland back in 1985.
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    As others have mentioned make sure you wood is...

    As others have mentioned make sure you wood is properly acclimated to your house before you do anything. This can take a month or more. Then remove equal amounts from both faces when you do the...
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    For making cuts like you want I use a round over...

    For making cuts like you want I use a round over bit and the fence on my router table and make the round nose in two passes. If you don't use a fence the bearing on the round over will ride on a...
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    This is the only reason my main breaker has ever...

    This is the only reason my main breaker has ever been used, even when I had baseboard electric heat in every room of my house.

    You would get some pretty good amps if you are running the washer,...
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    Anti kick back pawls aren't essential items. You...

    Anti kick back pawls aren't essential items. You can use your saw without them. There are some things that you need to set up on your saw to reduce the possibility of a kick back. First, you need...
  16. Have you tried contacting Amana? They have a...

    Have you tried contacting Amana? They have a chat window at their website for this cutter.
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    If the concrete is basically sound other than the...

    If the concrete is basically sound other than the roughness, there are bonding agents than can be applied to the surface and then you can trowel on a skim coat and level the surface. You would want...
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    I can't speak for the Woodriver corner plane, It...

    I can't speak for the Woodriver corner plane, It looks like it would be difficult to sharpen and adjust the depth of cut. I frequently use a home made chamfer plane to ease corners on pieces of...
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    Did you forget the kerfs? Largest he can rip is...

    Did you forget the kerfs? Largest he can rip is 1-5/8" to get four pieces from a 7" board.
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    For my jig it "Heighten to tighten and lower to...

    For my jig it "Heighten to tighten and lower to loosen" the fit.
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    If you want your finished dimension to be exactly...

    If you want your finished dimension to be exactly 1-1/2" you need to rip them slightly bigger to allow for removal of saw marks from two sides, assuming the thickness is at the finished dimension...
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    Swirls are generally caused by poor blade...

    Swirls are generally caused by poor blade alignment to the miter slots. Thin kerf blades will also give you more blade marks than full kerf blades. Also an 80 tooth blade (Concord Blades PN...
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    With blades you generally get what you pay for. ...

    With blades you generally get what you pay for. A $20 blade isn't going to give you the performance of a better quality blade. I looked at some of those blades online and I don't see any...
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    Can you post photos of the belt and tension set...

    Can you post photos of the belt and tension set up?
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    When the saw bogs down is it the blade or the...

    When the saw bogs down is it the blade or the motor that is slowing? If the motor is still spinning at speed your belt is still slipping or badly worn from previous slipping. You may want to...
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