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    Cyclone will vent outside. Attic has just enough...

    Cyclone will vent outside.
    Attic has just enough room for a few Holiday decorations. Purposely limited by the available flat space ;-)

    DC shed . . . some assembly required ;-)

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    A little piece of electrical tape on the "male"...

    A little piece of electrical tape on the "male" end should give you enough friction when the "female" end slips over it.
  3. Did it used to? If so, look for blockage. It...

    Did it used to? If so, look for blockage.

    It never has? Check for an open-top chute design and enclose it.
  4. Merrel MOAB II mid-highs lately. I also have...

    Merrel MOAB II mid-highs lately. I also have Timberline Pro's that are pushing 20 years and some newer Red Wings. Footwear is so personal as we all have different needs in that area. I have wimpy...
  5. I think what you are missing is the radius...

    I think what you are missing is the radius difference between one side of the bit and the other -or- the bit offset if you are using a collar. If your templates fit fine and you use those edges...
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    Ronald's comment made me think to clarify. The...

    Ronald's comment made me think to clarify. The cent switch can just be sluggish and remain "on" too long thereby blowing the cap. I diagnosed mine by sound. You hear a click or snap sound when the...
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    It appears that machine has an electronic brake. ...

    It appears that machine has an electronic brake. I would get with Grizzly tech support to eliminate that as a cause. Next I might look at the starter capacitor. These can fail for a few reasons. ...
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    I also agree on eliminating the sapwood . While...

    I also agree on eliminating the sapwood . While you are doing that go ahead and adjust your cut to allow the figure to align better. By the way, I often use sapwood in my pieces as a decorative...
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    Interesting. I am fairly impressed with how...

    Interesting. I am fairly impressed with how accurate the voicemail to text function is. As always, garbage in, garbage out. I have a family member as an example . . . I can barely understand her...
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    The major benefit on the Carter's for me was the...

    The major benefit on the Carter's for me was the improved bearings. I bought sealed bearings for another saw's stock guides and have been happy with them. I do use the Carter Stabilizer on a 14"...
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    The discoloration has to be taken into account as...

    The discoloration has to be taken into account as Phil and Nathan mention. I have had no ill effects on MF planes. The Union plane I used it on had no finish left at all (100% rust from someones...
  12. Agree on larger diameter and agree on higher...

    Agree on larger diameter and agree on higher quality. I have several sets of 3" casters that have survived a couple of house moves along with their daily requirements. I have lesser casters that...
  13. For piston fit drawer carcasses I leave a wide...

    For piston fit drawer carcasses I leave a wide slot at the top and bottom of the back panel. This is visually hidden by trim or portions of the carcass frame. This can come up when using web frames...
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    *** CAUTION *** do not believe ANY of these...

    *** CAUTION *** do not believe ANY of these distracting wives tales. There is NO CURE. Package your clamps carefully and send them to me. My address is . . .

    Similar to Charles but, I use a...
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    Both HVAC units in and functional. Time for a...

    Both HVAC units in and functional. Time for a few odds and ends before I get started on the DC shed.
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    HVAC unit 1 is fully tested and operational....

    HVAC unit 1 is fully tested and operational.
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  17. I used my DC rigid drops as "poles" and...

    I used my DC rigid drops as "poles" and ty-wrapped or velcro wrapped other services to them. Glad you are getting straight to it. I was in the state of mind that I would be moving in to the new...
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    Moving in baby steps now while I wait for an...

    Moving in baby steps now while I wait for an assist with the indoor unit mounting and vacuuming. Someone mentioned the fact that the attic ladder only came with one handrail on the right side. Once...
  19. The 3M Cubitron product looks interesting. I am...

    The 3M Cubitron product looks interesting. I am not clear as to the pad to use for optimal performance but, tests run with generic 'hard' pads were impressive; performance and cost-wise.

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    Thanks for another enjoyable source Jim. Our...

    Thanks for another enjoyable source Jim. Our networked world has brought me so much music and so many artists I might have missed.
  21. Still cheaper than golfing of fishing :D. The...

    Still cheaper than golfing of fishing :D. The problem with opportunism in emergent situations is that if the rules (the president signed an executive order in March of 2020 aimed at preventing price...
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    Long ago. The yellow undertones made my first...

    Long ago. The yellow undertones made my first instinct on finish fail. I tried to finish it like white oak. It took on a green tint. Some "maple" brown with more red undertones than blue solved...
  23. Yes, this. Not all of us are so blessed :). ...

    Yes, this. Not all of us are so blessed :). Some folks even think being too far from "stuff" is a negative(???). :D

    Like Jim and others I worked in I.T. for years and tend to just peripherally...
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    So much depends on what you are doing. I have...

    So much depends on what you are doing. I have combo blades and use them to break things down. I rarely use them for final cuts on things. Many folks never use an edge or surface right off a...
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    yes. I found it very straightforward with a good...

    yes. I found it very straightforward with a good flaring tool and careful measurements. Interesting because plumbing usually hates me and causes me all kinds of grief.:)
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