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DANR

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About DANR

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  • Birthday 03/30/1951

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    Southern MN / Breezy Point
  1. Yes, the vent is to let air in the system as it drains. If the vent is plugged, it is possible that the vacuum created by draining water could suck the water out of a trap, which would let sewer gas into the house.
  2. My Father-in-law (a master plumber) always used to say you only need to know 3 things to be a plumber: sh*t doesn't run uphill payday is on Friday the boss is an ahole
  3. I made the decision to replace the pump every few years rather than the carpet.
  4. Yep, you're right. No wonder I get lost all the time! Thanks
  5. We will be spending the month of February in Ft. Myers. My 27 yr. old son is coming down and wants to book a fishing trip. He would like to go out in the gulf. I think we would have more fun on the flats around the 10000 islands. Anybody have any suggestions? Thanks! Dan
  6. I have then opposite problem. All of our dogs become Momma's little baby. Except when they misbehave - then it's my fault for not spending enough time with them.
  7. The Quickbolts pictured hold very well, but the hole has to be drilled pretty precise,which might be tricky in hard rock.
  8. Leveling grout would work. Shim it level and tuck the grout under. Take the shims out after the grout sets up.
  9. When you get up in the middle of the night, you will not turn on the light and you WILL run into something
  10. Funny! As I read this I have one stretched out on top of me
  11. Again, no electricity no wifi. Land line phone from ma bell works no matter what. I don't know about phone from cable company.
  12. I remember spending half a Sunday putting a belt on an old GE washer. I could have cried when I figured out that if I had taken the last piece off first, it would have been the only piece that would have to come off.
  13. My son had one that was doing that. Turned out that the torque stop was broken, allowing the torque of the motor to pull the carbs away from the intake boots - just another idea.
  14. DANR, it states "SnapStone floating tile system" on their info. How does the grout not break up or tiles crack if this stuff floats around?
  15. Another suggestion would be to take a look at Snapstone tile at the save big money store. I have used it over vinyl with great success. It isn't cheap, but eliminates the need to tear up the old and do a bunch of prep work.
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