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HOLY BALLS

8/9/2021 3:15:35 PM

qntmfred
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I taught my kids how to install a dimmer switch last week. Works great. They already know how to YouTube, so I'm not planning on doing a home improvement chore myself ever again from now on.

8/9/2021 9:17:18 PM

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What could go wrong?

8/10/2021 9:50:06 AM

wdprice3
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How much could this cost?

8/12/2021 5:58:08 PM

Jeepin4x4
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I guess that electrician ignored NEC Article 314 for box fill.




Home Ownership woe 2021 - having to get an 80' tall dead Oak tree cut down in my back yard. Quotes were all over the place, even had two companies refuse to even quote it.

8/16/2021 8:53:56 AM

DonMega
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wtf at that switch box!

9/3/2021 9:44:21 PM

Jeepin4x4
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Tree removal went a lot smoother than i thought. The felling grapple they had attached to their crane was amazing to watch in action.

9/9/2021 10:10:02 AM

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It really is quite a thing to observe

9/16/2021 10:57:31 PM

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Tankless water heater died two weeks ago. Understandable, it was prob about 15 years old and came with the house. It was in the linen closet in the bathroom, so had a plumber put the new one in the garage. Installed everything and it worked great for 2 days. Suddenly the water pressure dropped and it won't produce the water temperature it is set to. Plumber has been out here for two days now trying to figure out the problem. Sediment was kicked up and clogging the faucet aerators, so that solved the pressure issue. Still getting temperatures at a max of about 100F and the plumber can't figure out any issues. Anyone have any similar experiences?

I'm thinking of just returning the damn thing and getting a new one. First world problems, but still a pain in the ass.

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9/21/2021 12:22:50 PM

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I ain't no scientifical engineeramabob, but it sounds like your heating element doohickey might be on the fritz

9/23/2021 4:37:29 PM

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Hey Jeepin4x4 you live in RDU? I have a couple trees I need removed from our property and received quotes for $2300, $4500, and $6000 with Bartlett refusing to do the work.

10/11/2021 4:04:02 PM

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