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    Re: Recirculating Line Issues

    I think a possible fix in lieu of replacing or removing the pump since it is doing what you want, is just to wire it with your thermostat. When there is a call for hot water have the pump turn off,...
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    Re: It goes "thump" in the n ight

    I really do like it when "professionals" offer their "expert" opinions at what will fix your problem. . . Then tell you its at your expense win, lose or draw. . .:mad:

    Tell your "installer" you'll...
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    Re: Recirculating Line Issues

    I can see that you/they used the drain cock as the entry point back into the boiler. I was wondering how that was accomplished.

    My best guess, and this is just a guess, is that the pump is...
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    Re: Recirculating Line Issues

    Does your 50 gal GFHWH look like this?


    http://www.constructionforums******.com/JunkDrawer/wtr_htr_gas_noted_leaders.jpg


    If so, how is the pump tied into the bottom?
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    Re: Recirculating Line Issues

    You might just setup the pump to shutoff when the second floor calls for water.
  6. Re: Tips wanted on re-covering laminate counters in-place

    A few other things to kind in mind when doing this:

    Make sure the old top is completely bonded to the old substrate, if it isn't you'll need to repair it before you lay down a new sheet. If you...
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    Re: Kitchen tile over drywall or plywood

    You can use thin set on drywall, but at the very least it should be primed. This will help to prevent the moisture from being wicked out of the thin set prematurely and producing a crappy bond.
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    Re: A lot could be wrong. . . . . . . .

    First thing I'd do is take some tissue paper and hold it up to the grease filters and see if it sticks to it with the vent on. If that works try a paper towel next. This will at least let you know if...
  9. Re: Mixing new and old, framed and frameless.

    I agree, you need to look further for a cabinetmaker. For $1500 you should be able to get at least 2 or 3 face framed cabinets. . . .
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    Re: crown molding for upper cabnets

    Bill,

    I'll take a guess and say you have 8' ceiling, if that's the case you should not have bought them if you really wanted a crown. 36" upper would have been better. . .:(

    Even a small crown...
  11. Re: total kitchen remodel- reuse my old cabinets?

    Betsy,

    This piece might help a bit: http://www.josephfusco.org/Articles/Kitchen-Baths/Kitchen%20Make%20Overs.html
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