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OT: V.A. enrollment

author: Gordon Shumway posted 04-23-2017

I recently tried to enroll in the V.A. and because I had none of the following qualifications apply to me I was not eligible: Receive financial compensation from VA for a service-connected disabili... read more »

Share your knowledge and get paid with ibbü

author: kyra.platz posted 04-13-2017

Hi, My name is Kyra and I'm working on the ibbü team. ibbü aims to add a human touch to online shopping by connecting websit e visitors with savvy enthusiasts. Experts can easily and quickly c... read more »

How to Deal with Unexpected Plumbing Problems?

author: cynthiamyra posted 11-02-2016

Plumbing probPlumbing issues disturb our normal life so badly that we are left with option none other than calling in a professional. Most of the homeowner’s try to fix plumbing problems on their ... read more »

Garage door not closing

author: DerbyBorn posted 04-23-2017

Jetwashed the block paving yesterday. Came to shut the up and over garage door last night and ut wouldn't close! Damn! Have the blocks lifted a bit - took hammer and block of wood to bash them -... read more »

Home Building

Dropped a screwdriver down the toilet drain

author: Neal posted 04-22-2017

I drop a screwdriver down a toilet drain. The drain is cast iron and straight down about 8 ft and then does a 90. The driver is laying at the 90 and I can just see the handle but none of the metal pa... read more »

Not sure what this could be...?

author: morganforney posted 04-13-2016

I'm hoping someone can provide some answers on this. I'm actually a little creeped out by it... My husband bought a home years and years before I met him as an investment property. There have been va... read more »

Question about the Dewalt 733 thickness planer

author: Michael posted 04-23-2017

I picked one up for $150.00. It's in great shape and came with 2 extra sets of blades. I ran a couple of test pieces through it and checked the thickness and the flatness against each other. All look... read more »

all 4 of my Makita lithius batteries refuse to charge.

author: Glenn Magargee posted 12-04-2016

I have 2 lithium 18V batteries and 2 Lithium/ion batteries for 18V. None will charge and they are NOT old. Charger blinks red/green. Book said that meant a bad charger but I bought a new one and i... read more »

Home Climate

Restarting Chest freezer

author: amdx posted 03-12-2017

I'm the guy with 12 chest freezers used in my business. I have two freezers that are hard to get started if left not running for long, otherwise they cool fine and run at or below -10*F. When e... read more »

Other Home Topics

Cleaning pillow that had sweat stains on it white again

author: Stained posted 02-26-2017

I have a pillow that is now starting to turn tan with my sons sweat from sleeping.always been line that from the beginning.I have all these stain removers.I just want to wash it once and and be whit... read more »

Lawn and Garden

Help identifying Atco four stroke model

author: jamg27 posted 04-17-2017

Hi, I found this in my dad's garage. All I can see is it is an Atco four stroke. Is there any way of identifying the model number? Thanks +------------------------------------------------------------... read more »

turing tomato plants

author: Ralph Mowery posted 03-08-2017

This is the first time I have tried growing tomatoes from seeds. They are growing fine. Maybe too early for some, but I am going to put them in large pots and near a garage window as soon as th... read more »

plant radishes?

author: T posted 04-22-2017

Hi All, I was thinking of planting rose radishes in my failed potato onion bed. Problem: I have to beet the earwigs to a plant large enough to survive them. Needs to be about four inches tall f... read more »

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