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My house was built in 1960. It had old heavy wooden doors that has millions of layers of paint on them. How do I scrape and sand it down?

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Was working on a house today built in the '80s. The owner had me replace 3 ceiling fans and swap out a chandelier. In the front room, the ceiling fan was on 2 3 way switches...power was constant. Not sure ...

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I have cedar shakes siding that has been painted a thousand times and the weather here is so extreme it will not scrape off for love nor money. So I wondered if I can pry them all off and turn them ...

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I have a wall adjacent to a walk-in shower that the drywall is rotting at the bottom due to water dripping down the wall. The water is from reaching for the towel on the towel rack. Short of tiling the ...

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What wire and thickness is recommended for 150 ft @ 60-70amps (2 hot, 1 neutral, 1 ground) to the main 200a panel? Running across my attic, down wall, underground. Which type of wire? Copper SER? 4-4-4-6? Would that be best be ...

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Hi Dominick, Someone installed a window for 2x4 construction in a 2x6 wall. Window dimensions: 24"l. x 12"h. The curved jamb is 2.5"w and I have a 2" gap to the wall surface. I have the moulding for curved section. ...

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I asked you about replacing a GFCI breaker w/o pigtail, and you said standard replacement would be fine. I went back and I guess I didnt notice last time, (there is a pigtail), is it still ok to change to ...

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Just wanted your thoughts when doing 15-20 amp lines for lighting connections. Wire nuts vs Wago? I have used both, I find the wago a better choice for lights at switch or junction connections. Wanted to know what you think ...

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