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  1. hanging cabinets on crumbly plaster covered bricks

    Hi - i am currently restoring my kitchen and am puzzled as to how to safely and securely hang stacked cabinets on my wall. (they will go up to meet a soffit that i am constructing to cover some...
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    Re: pop..out goes the light

    Hi
    The Semi-Retired Electric - thanks for your reply!

    so ...i could have turned it on at a bad time;-) Are you saying that because of this, the lights are toast and i will have to replace the...
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    Re: pop..out goes the light

    thanks for your response! I will open it up and look inside - but am i looking for in particular? A loose wire? Something that looks burnt? Sorry...i am a novice!

    And if i did turn it on at the...
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    pop..out goes the light

    Hi,
    I have a ceiling fan (that has a light) in my office that has been working perfectly for the past 2 years or so since i put it in. One thing to note: this is a 1885 house and the fan is on the...
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    Re: Be in TOH’s Cheapskate Hall of Fame 2009

    Hi,

    I have a 124 year old Queen Anne Victorian style house which has the original tiled fireplaces. After weeks of removing multiple layers of paint off the ornately carved mahogany surround, I...
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    Re: it's way too hot up here!

    well - i'm a graphic & web designer!

    so i just drew a quick illustration in adobe fireworks and then made an html page within dreamweaver and ftp'd it to the web!

    you can get free trial...
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    it's way too hot up here!

    Hi,

    I've posted here before and have gotten great info - so i thought i'd try again and explain my situation.

    i have a 1885 victorian with an old converted attic. I understand about not...
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    what kind of insulation for radiator pipes?

    Hi,

    I have a few runs of radiator pipes that are going through unheated areas in my crawlspace & entryway. I went to the home depot and bought some frost king foam pipe insulation that was rated...
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    new insulation over loose fill?

    hi -
    There's a post similar to my situation but i'm unsure if they are describing the same old stuff i have in my finished attic area.

    i have a 100+ 3-story victorian in a cold-climate region....
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