We recently resided our home with Hardiplank, and now my wife wants to
hang wreaths and other decorations from small nails. Is it okay to drive
small nails into the material?
The ice maker in our 5-year-old Whirlpool side-by-side
refrigerator/freezer does not like to dispense quickly. There is no leak
or other problem that causes the cubes to clump together and block the
feed. The half-moon type cubes are not stuck together. It appears to be
a bad design as it has always been a problem. Is it possible to find an
aftermarket ice maker that will work better than this one? If so, how
The local telephone company put a new style network interface box on the
side of my house. They stuff a lot of telephone wires under each
connection. On at least one occasion, I had top open the housing and
reseat the connector to cause the telephones to work correctly. In one
instance, the incessant hum on our phone lines (caused by an imbalance,
I'm told) actually diminished quite a bit. I would like to have a single
telephone line connected to their block, but I need a WEATHERPROOF
telephone housing to put on the house beside their block to distribute
the telephone wiring. A 66 or 110 block will not work without protection
from the weather. Can anyone suggest a source for such a telephone
On Sun, 28 Nov 2004 22:49:50 GMT "mcp6453"
used 23 lines of text to write in newsgroup: alt.home.repair
I'm starting a new thread for this question, you should have
separated yours into three.
What is a "New York" style NID? Can you post a link to a picture?
Why not just pigtail the outgoing wires? You don't need a punch down
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