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Just unbolt the roller which jumped the track and slip it back in proper position then re-bolt it to the door.
It sounds as if you may have incorrect hardware. The hangars/rollers for the front and rear of by-pass doors have differing amounts of offset. If is this is the case, you should return them for correct replacements. However, I don’t suppose you have just hung the doors in a reversed position, have you?
You will not find shorter doors. You just need to trim the bottom of the door to fit your opening. I have on occasion trimmed hollow-core doors to the extent that I got into the hollow area. When that occurs, I just fabricate and glue in a small filler piece from some scrap lumber. It works as good as ever.
Sure,just the usual prep as you would do for painting masonry – hose off dirt and remove mildew, if any.
Several years ago lightning struck our power line and damaged several items in the house. A TV, cordless phone and AC compressor were ruined. This is not a DIY project. Call your HVAC professional.
Prep like you would for repainting, i.e. clean with grease remover then lightly sand before spreading tile mastic.
It sounds to me as if your timer is on it’s last legs. Better replace the timer.
I don’t think that your brad nailer would present a problem with the crown you are installing. You may have to tweak the air pressure to set the nails properly. By the way, what is Barker board? I am not familiar with that term.
Lopezbs – What is the problem with the agitator? Is it physically damaged?
Thomasb – Washer disasembly varies from model to model, brand to brand. Generally, all one does is remove the back panel and snap off the top section.
Goodman takes a lot of hits by the HVAC pros on this web site: http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?threadid=53284
There is no easy to remove old paint – just scrape, scrape scrape. You are asking about mold – do you actually mean thick mold, or just mildew discoloration on the paint? If the latter is the case, I have a formula for mildew removal.
2 tablespoons dish detergent – Dawn, etc
2/3 cup Trisodium Phosphate (TSP)
1 quart bleach
3 quarts water
Mix solution in a pump up garden sprayer and apply to the offending area. Let it sit for a few minutes then hose off with clean water. When thoroughly dry, prep and paint.
Assuming the rest of the house is insulated, I would not leave the former window opening without insulation. That ought to be a very simple task. Just stuff or staple fibreglas batt insulation between the studs.August 26, 2004 at 2:23 pm in reply to: Hunter Gallery Edition 1912 Mission Wiring Installation Instructions #250568
Are you in the US?
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