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  1. Check with who closed it (Atty or Title company...

    Check with who closed it (Atty or Title company ((not sure which type of state you're in))), and read the fine print in your insured closing protection letter, while they are designed to protect the...
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    Yet another happy owner, as mentioned, the...

    Yet another happy owner, as mentioned, the optional tables aren't really optional and USE HEARING PROTECTION, I've heard jet engines that were quieter.
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    I'm a fan of www.weather.gov...

    I'm a fan of www.weather.gov it's where everyone else gets their data from anyway for the most part*



    * in the US anyway
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    I've got to get the yard cut and help with some...

    I've got to get the yard cut and help with some planting, other than that, no other real plans.
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    Are you running the install as administrator?

    Are you running the install as administrator?
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    By lighted swtich on the cord, do you mean it's a...

    By lighted swtich on the cord, do you mean it's a power strip with an integral breaker? if so, I'd check the rating, many of them are 10A. Depending on it's age, it could just be shot, those things...
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    How long and what gauge is the cord you are...

    How long and what gauge is the cord you are trying?

    I can only assume that the outlet in the garage is so far away from the service panel that the addition of the extension cord is causing too...
  8. None, but I don't walk under ladders just because...

    None, but I don't walk under ladders just because I've been on too many jobsites with too many things falling from them, like conduit, boxes, drills, batteries, bits, paint, mud knives, you name it.
  9. I read about Lake Delton, but that picture tells...

    I read about Lake Delton, but that picture tells alot more than the article I read. Hopefully they can get that rebuilt. Also a real shame about the people getting the short end of the stick due to...
  10. I'm not sure on the cost here, but I do know that...

    I'm not sure on the cost here, but I do know that it's a long process and any non-school use has to be approved by the school board, not sure what the scenario is there, but depending on your time...
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    "I'll go first!" "Let me handle this" "Trust...

    "I'll go first!"
    "Let me handle this"
    "Trust me"
    "I never get lost"
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    "That never happens." "Don't Worry, I'm a...

    "That never happens."
    "Don't Worry, I'm a professional."
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    I've had to replace the motor in my dryer twice...

    I've had to replace the motor in my dryer twice in the last 10 years, the first time was after around 4 years living in a townhome that had roughly a 35 foot run (up a wall, across a great room and...
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    I would think liquid nails or PL construction...

    I would think liquid nails or PL construction adhesive would work pretty well and also help block air migration.
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    You underestimate us, I have no doubt that we...

    You underestimate us, I have no doubt that we Americans can crank out EVEN CRAPPIER stuff than offshore suppliers...
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    You let yours out of the basement when you're not...

    You let yours out of the basement when you're not home? Strange..

    to each his own I suppose :D


    (I jest, I jest, I don't want her to beat me again)
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    Or neutralize it with a base, but it's the same...

    Or neutralize it with a base, but it's the same problem, eventually you want it rinsed back to neutral.

    Naval Jelly is great, just not for equipment tops IMHO.
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    Most of the appliance conversion cords that you...

    Most of the appliance conversion cords that you purchase in order to connect to the new style, also have excellent instructions on how they should be connected generally with pictures of the terminal...
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    Ripping on a RAS is the only shop operation that...

    Ripping on a RAS is the only shop operation that always induces a real palpable fear in me.

    I still have mine, but these days I only use it for crosscuts that a 12" compound miter saw can't...
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    Plasti-dip might be what you were thinking of...

    Plasti-dip might be what you were thinking of initially, I used to use it alot on fishing gear to improve grip on things (rod holders especially) I've also used it on bare metal crescent wrenches to...
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    I will definitely be participating in this....

    I will definitely be participating in this. Though I expect to be on the slow boat with Glenn and Gary.
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    Welcome! to you both. That was a great deal...

    Welcome! to you both.

    That was a great deal on the tools, good find and great way to get that new shop kickstarted.

    Mike
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    Doing a little family get togther on Saturday so...

    Doing a little family get togther on Saturday so there will be much food and drink involved. Sunday will probably be reserved for recovery from Saturday.

    I'd super hot and humid here too, but I...
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    BLASHPEMER! HERETIC! INFIDEL!:D Brent: I...

    BLASHPEMER! HERETIC! INFIDEL!:D


    Brent: I think my new puppy is your puppy's twin, I caught mine doing the same bubble thing yesterday, it was amusing at least.
  25. Thread: dust

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    Seconding what Jeff said, remove that insulation...

    Seconding what Jeff said, remove that insulation immediately, microscopic shards of glass is potentially MUCH worse than wood fines floating in the air

    I'd suggest looking for a compatible...
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