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    Re: Water heater gets 'confused'

    Actually, I think it is M1TW... (I read the 1 as an I).

    Poked around the Bradford White website and found the service manual for this kind of water heater, and they basically suggest what you...
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    Re: Water heater gets 'confused'

    My apologies for the slow response, been away for a bit. Anyway, here are the vitals:

    Bradford White, 40 gallon:
    MITW40L6CX12

    (How sad to read the expected operating cost at the expected...
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    Water heater gets 'confused'

    Greetings -

    Got an interesting problem that I'm finally willing to try and solve.

    We've got a 4+ year old propane water heater (came new in our new house), and ever since we've had it, it...
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    Re: using a cork board for a sub floor

    I won't rehash my experience here, but here's the thread where I go through what I did installing cork in our house (albeit under carpet).

    http://advice.thisoldhouse.com/showthread.php?t=1283
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    Re: Using cork as an underlayment

    Well, carpet got installed yesterday, and we're very happy with the results. Probably overpaid for an upgrade to the best pad they had (8lb/waterproof - we have pets and young kids) and got a nice...
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    Re: Using cork as an underlayment

    Well, I talked to a couple local flooring stores without too much success, but there seemed to be general consensus that cork would work well, and I should put it on top of all of the subfloor to...
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    Re: Using cork as an underlayment

    Yeah, I was actually hoping to go for the sub-$1000 solution first and see how it did, and if I wasn't satisfied, go for the next step which is along the lines of what you mention. But, honestly,...
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    Using cork as an underlayment

    Greetings -

    We are finishing our attic in a ~3 year old house (full walk up to about 550 square feet of usable space), and I'm really concerned about noise coming back through to the bedrooms.
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