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Squaring an existing building

Anonymous's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Anonymous in  Carpentry 

I have an old garage building that we moved and it's out of square. What's the best way to square it.  ... read more »

storing paint for 1 yr or more

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1/2 gal of paint stored upside down for 1 yr. It was hard when I opened it recently. How can I store  ... read more »

Debris in air bleed valve

MikeM51's Avatar (by Gravatar) by MikeM51 in  Yard » Pool »

Whenever I bleed air from my filter I see debris floating up thru the device which then gets expelled  ... read more »

Painting old summer house

Anonymous's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Anonymous in  Painting »

Wanting to paint the old previously woodstained summer house. Does anyone know if it's ok to undercoat  ... read more »

defeat reverse cutoff switch

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How do I stop my riding mower engine from stopping when I try to cut in reverse? I don`t have any kids  ... read more »

Toilets

Don W's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Don W in  Technology » Computers »

Maximum number of 90 degree bends in drain?  ... read more »

Paint storage

Anonymous's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Anonymous in  Painting »

What's the best way to store paint for over a year?  ... read more »

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Slate floor frustration

Anonymous's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Anonymous in  Floor »

We have recently moved into a house where the kitchen floor is tiled in slate. The tiles are the rough  ... read more »

Mower blades

Art's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Art in  Tools and Equipment » Lawn Mowers »

John deere L120 with 3 blades. Have tried penetrating oil impact wrench heat torch and vice gripes  ... read more »

Concrete foundation crack? What's the appropriate way to fix?

Anonymous's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Anonymous in  Masonry » Concrete »

Hi All We had some insulation problems around one of the baseboards downstairs. Warm air would coming  ... read more »

Garden hose across (or under) cement driveway?

Victoria's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Victoria in  Yard » Driveway »

I need to run a garden hose from the well across a 10' wide paved driveway to water a garden on a timer.  ... read more »

where to find a patio umbrella with a threaded bottom on the poll for my patio which has a fixed hole for the placement of the umbrella?

Olivia92016 's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Olivia92016 in  Yard » Patio »

i have a patio that has a built into the patio hole for the placement of a patio umbrella. so i am not  ... read more »

Schalge electronic lock issue with latch

Anonymous's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Anonymous in  Doors » Locks »

I have a Schlage FE595 lock that is electronic. I have had it since 2008 and it just stopped latching  ... read more »

Rooftop Whole House Fan

Kurt Shafer's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Kurt Shafer in  Appliances »

Has anyone seen one?  ... read more »

removing a radiator

Anonymous's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Anonymous in  Plumbing »

I want to take off the radiator to replace with a new one. Is this easy ?  ... read more »

Left hand locked lever door knob

bama's Avatar (by Gravatar) by bama in  Bathroom »

Right hand sticks out in door way which gets stuck. Will lever come apart?  ... read more »

Problem with garage door opener

Anonymous's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Anonymous in  Garage »

Anyone got instruction manual for Alltronik garage door opener please.  ... read more »

Fitting a rad to a brick wall that has been plasterboarded and tiled

Anonymous's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Anonymous in  Bathroom »

I need to mount several items from a rad to a toilet roll holder to the wall. The walls are brick covered  ... read more »

Fitting a rad

Anonymous's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Anonymous in  Wall » Drywall »

I need to fit a new rad. The wall I'm fitting it to is brick wall. With 12mm plasterboard and 10mm tiles.  ... read more »

Hot Tub Covers

Anonymous's Avatar (by Gravatar) by Anonymous in  Plumbing » Hot Tub »

Where I find best hot tub cover in reasonable price .  ... read more »

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