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Depends on the reason it's not heating. You don't give much info, so we'll go thru the possibilities. If it's running, that is the drum turns around, but no heat, then there's a possibility, if you have fuses, that one of them is blown
The vast amount of stress on vertical (and steeply angled) members is compression, and splits are very common without significant degradation of structural integrity, especially in cedar. Having said that, the break does go pretty far along a notched
I have a small building on my property that is about 15ft by 10ft. The building sits on a slope that runs downhill sort of at an angle from one front corner to the opposite back corner. It sits on an odd foundation (at least odd in my experience)
I've installed the new jamb, however the new jamb appears to bow a bit, and goes in quite a bit at the bottom. I haven't screwed it down yet, or shimmed it, I wanted a second set of eyes (and 3rd, 4th, 100th) to make sure I didn't do something wrong.
Your tiled wall is finished and ready for accents, but mounting those requires drilling through the tile. Before you break into that smooth surface, you need to know how to drill the necessary holes without cracking and ruining any of the tile and wa
Any locksmith can tell you by looking at the key, if it has been poorly duplicated, or you can take a close-up or macro photo and post it here. If you're using the original key (it will have the full SCHLAGE name on it) then obviously a poorly-cut du
I made a mistake with drilling a hole in the drywall. It's off by about 1/4-1/2 inch. The new hole will be really close to the old hole, or knowing my poor drilling skills, it will overlap the old hole
It will either do so through small, existing cracks, or it will push through and create new cracks. The first thing to do is repair the area that is leading so much moisture into the wall. The problem is normally around flat areas like parapet walls
Briggs & Stratton engines are built to last, but that doesn’t mean you won’t run into an engine problem from time to time. If you are experiencing trouble with your lawn mower or other outdoor power equipment small engine, it can often be linked
Photo: Flickr On the Manhattan Brownstone project, Bob, Chris Vila, and architect Brian O’Keefe discovered an intact ceiling cornice that made them rethink plans to completely gut the interior space during demolition. Instead, they decided to keep th