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TV optical headphones

posted on 02-18-2020

OK So the new LG 32 TV is mounted on the wall. Set up required a modest brain transplant but fairly normal for a Luddite. I understand it has an output which can be used with optically fed earp... read more »

Clemency

posted on 02-18-2020

After all, its only a little fraud. NY Times WASHINGTON President Trump commuted the 14-year prison sentence of former Gov. Rod R. Blagojevich of Illinois, the Democrat who was convicted of... read more »

wiring a basement

posted on 11-14-2019

I am finishing by basement. There is a half to three quarter inch space between the studs and the concrete wall. We thought this would be a great place to run the wires. I know the wire must be sup... read more »

Sink runs when toilet is flushed

posted on 12-31-2019

Bathroom sink runs when toilet is flushed. Stops when toilet is filled. read more »

Home Building

Box joints for hanging cabinet

posted on 02-18-2020

I had planned on using box joints to build the frame of a hanging cabinet ( top, bottom, sides). However, I'm starting to wonder about the weight beari ng ability of the bottom frame member. The ta... read more »

Compacting subbase for paver patio

posted on 09-12-2019

Do it yourself I'm installing paver stone patio and got ahead of myself when putting in limestone sub base. I didn't compact in lifts and have between 9 to 10 inches spread out . will i still be okay... read more »

What size beam needed to replace a14' support wall?

posted on 07-03-2019

I have removed support walls before, but this one has a different sort of roof structure. The roof spans the house about 40'. The support wall is dead in the middle and in line with the roof ridge ... read more »

Corrosion on hot water heater pipes

posted on 11-11-2019

Is this hot water heater pipe corrosion normal? (1) Needs to be connected by a nipple, only brass available http://img4.imagetitan.com/img.php?image=20_image6071.jpg (2) Will the new brass nipple ... read more »

Home Climate

Energy Star Heater

posted on 02-18-2020

Hi everyone! My name's Sarah and I'm new to the Home Owners Hub community! I'm looking at home space heaters and see some are Energy Star Certified. It looks like the energystar.gov website is down? ... read more »

Other Home Topics

Predominantly black specs that bite, on floors, bed, couch, fridge, tables, basically everywhere. Just moved in this year. I can’t live like this anymore!!

posted on 11-01-2019

As u can see in the subject field, I wanted to write so much more. My family thinks I’m seeing things. Even though I had at least 100 containers with this foreign material inside as evidence. ... read more »

Lawn and Garden

Korean grass

posted on 02-07-2020

One of the neighbors has Korean grass in a garden. Sounds like it's practically maintenance free and needs no mowing. First thought was... if I put it in a section of the lawn, is there any way to... read more »

Early/Late Harvest, and Some Dumb Luck

posted on 02-17-2020

As is unfortunately too common for me, last year the garden got away from me in the fall. Overwhelmed, I pretty much walked away. So this weekend I finally got to the clean-out that I should have ... read more »

sears push lawn mower question -

posted on 09-05-2019

I can start lawn mower and begin to cut the grass with a grass catcher. When full the mower is shut off while I empty catcher. When I try to start mower again it won't start .It has to cool down befo... read more »

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