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Not smaller than 3 AWG copper, or not smaller than 1 AWG aluminum. If this is a longer run (say to an out-building) than you need to consider line losses and go with a larger wire size. >>>>>> There is more to the question than meet
I want to uninstall a Hotpoint model RVM1335 over-the-range microwave. I thought I'd take it easy; so, I purchased installation and cart-away. When the Home Depot delivered the replacement, they didn't know how to uninstall the old microwave; so now,
The way water is used to remove waste from the bowl has a lot to do with how much water is needed to get the job done. Standard toilets use siphoning action, a method that employs a siphoning tube, to evacuate waste. A high volume of water entering t
We live in a tri level house in WI. The boiler heats via baseboard on the main and upper floors, but in the lower level the hot water pipes run through the floor itself, basically giving us a heated floor to warm up the lower. This winter, our lower
This isn't an answer that will solve the problem, but rather provides context. I grew up with this sort of stuff, working with my father as a finishing carpenter until I started my own career. However, the majority of our work was in new houses, so n
for USA, Canada and countries running a 60 Hz power supply service. For information on how to hook-up one light with two on-off switches, see the Related link "How to wire 3-way and 4-way switches, including wiring diagrams", shown below. When using
If you live outside of town, chances are your home will have its own electromechanical system for drawing water from a well. According to the U. S
Mirrors are made up of two parts, the glass and then a reflective coating on the back. Because of this, they are not considered 100% glass and many times the town's recycle pickup (if your have one) for glass will not take them because there will be
The answers that tell you to put a screw into the anchor and then pull it out are the correct ones. You're not going to cause a lot of damage. I've been doing that for years without any problems
I (and some neighbors) want to use Ethernet-over-powerline extenders to join computer networks in adjacent houses. This is never a 'supported' use case with this gear, and I doubt the power company will want to spend time looking things up for me. I