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October 23, 2016, 11:21 AM #50

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    October 24, 2016, 02:20 AM #51

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    Originally posted by themikewoo
    Why is that?

    Also thanks for the appliance review.

    When do you buy and from where?

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    My backyard a bit small to have a shed. I store my 2 sets of tires at a time, lawnmower, and other garden supplies. It's getting cramped and I still want to get a tool box/workbench.

    My appliances are 3 years old from Ashley Furniture.

    Originally posted by Vince
    FYI: You can still add a subpanel

    Yeah I know, but would cost me more to do it now. I guess Id have to excavate my backyard to lay the appropriate wire, rewire the garage's electrical, and add the circuit to my main breaker.

      October 24, 2016, 10:33 AM #52

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      Originally posted by awd_ftw
      Yeah I know, but would cost me more to do it now. I guess Id have to excavate my backyard to lay the appropriate wire, rewire the garage's electrical, and add the circuit to my main breaker.
      Removing the existing feed from the house to the garage would be easy. You wouldn't have to even remove the wire out of the ground. You can just cut both ends and leave it be.

      As for excavating, that sounds overkill. You can do it with a shovel. Depth for buried cable is like 16 or so inches, pretty much how deep a shovel head is. Then you just lay wood overtop of it to further protect it.
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        October 25, 2016, 09:01 AM #53

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        Purchased a Whirlpool stainless steel dishwasher yesterday to replace our broken Maytag one. The Maytag gas oven and fridge are still kicking, but those will be replaced by stainless steel units eventually as well.

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          Originally posted by Shaun
          Purchased a Whirlpool stainless steel dishwasher yesterday to replace our broken Maytag one. The Maytag gas oven and fridge are still kicking, but those will be replaced by stainless steel units eventually as well.
          Consider redoing the water lines for your dishwasher. IIRC they're prone to failure.

          Also, not too sure if you or whoever delivers a new gas stove would be able to do the gas connection or if you'd need a gas fitter to come in.

          Just something to consider.
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            Originally posted by Vince
            Consider redoing the water lines for your dishwasher. IIRC they're prone to failure.

            Also, not too sure if you or whoever delivers a new gas stove would be able to do the gas connection or if you'd need a gas fitter to come in.

            Just something to consider.
            Removed the old dishwasher yesterday, water line looks good. It's T'd off from the hot water line under the sink, so it's only about 4-5 feet long anyways. I'll find out about the gas thing when the time comes, didn't think about that though.

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              Did you purchase extended warranty for the dishwasher Shaun?

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                  Originally posted by Madbuzz41
                  I'm not a fan of blowing for a long time anyways ; )


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                    Damn that's harsh

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                      Originally posted by jordisonjr
                      Well that's kind of sad

                      Originally posted by Shaun
                      Damn that's harsh
                      Agreed..it is sad, but that's what can happen when you do unlicensed work on your house. It's a shame that insurance left him out to dry, but it does make sense why they didn't cover it.

                      Careful with your DIY projects people.
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                        Originally posted by Vince
                        Agreed..it is sad, but that's what can happen when you do unlicensed work on your house. It's a shame that insurance left him out to dry, but it does make sense why they didn't cover it.

                        Careful with your DIY projects people.
                        I was more referring to not having contact with his wife and kids over it anymore, and being homeless haha.
                        Originally posted by Madbuzz41
                        I'm not a fan of blowing for a long time anyways ; )


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                          So considering buying all the major appliances this Black Friday. Been doing my research and cross referencing different stores to try to get one store to price match. After taxes the price will be under $5500.00. Just so happens to be all Samsung, I am not brand specific but their products have the features I am looking for at a nice price.

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                            Originally posted by themikewoo
                            So considering buying all the major appliances this Black Friday. Been doing my research and cross referencing different stores to try to get one store to price match. After taxes the price will be under $5500.00. Just so happens to be all Samsung, I am not brand specific but their products have the features I am looking for at a nice price.
                            Make sure they're not on the list for exploding 'ppliances :lol:
                            Originally posted by Madbuzz41
                            I'm not a fan of blowing for a long time anyways ; )


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                              Originally posted by jordisonjr
                              Make sure they're not on the list for exploding 'ppliances :lol:
                              Yeah one salesman informed us of one top load Samsung washer.



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                                  My home is a 2 story home, 3 years old. The master bedroom doesn't get too much airflow when heater/ac is on. The other rooms get a decent amount of airflow. Anyone with a newer 2 story home have this problem? I tried shutting off some dampers/registers but still pretty weak airflow.

                                  I usually shut the dampers in the basement for the summer(unfinished and used for storage currently). In the winter I open them back up as heat rises, that was suggested from the hvac tech who installed the system.


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                                    Originally posted by awd_ftw
                                    My home is a 2 story home, 3 years old. The master bedroom doesn't get too much airflow when heater/ac is on. The other rooms get a decent amount of airflow. Anyone with a newer 2 story home have this problem? I tried shutting off some dampers/registers but still pretty weak airflow.

                                    I usually shut the dampers in the basement for the summer(unfinished and used for storage currently). In the winter I open them back up as heat rises, that was suggested from the hvac tech who installed the system.


                                    Could just a poor design. The person that installed our vents and ducts didn't put a cold air return in the main room of the basement. Only takes in air from upstairs and directly in the furnace room/under the stairs. It's impossible to get a consistent temp through the house.
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                                      Originally posted by jordisonjr
                                      I was more referring to not having contact with his wife and kids over it anymore, and being homeless haha.
                                      Oh.. yea those things are lame too.

                                      @themikewoo gonna repost my quote

                                      Originally posted by Vince
                                      My parents went through a couple Maytag front load washers because the water never completely emptied and left the machine stinking, no matter how much we cleaned it and ran bleach through it.

                                      We now have a top load Whirlpool that was probably a fraction the price which works way better, and holds more stuff.

                                      Consider just getting a basic bitch top load. We like ours way better.
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                                        Originally posted by Vince
                                        Oh.. yea those things are lame too.

                                        @themikewoo gonna repost my quote

                                        Consider just getting a basic bitch top load. We like ours way better.
                                        I have a front load washer and dryer, and we've never had issues with water not draining completely. I'm don't recal the brand however.
                                        Originally posted by Madbuzz41
                                        I'm not a fan of blowing for a long time anyways ; )


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                                          Love doing renos on homes. Been doing the kitchen for the past little bit and none of the floors/walls are straight/true. Thanks contractor that built the house.
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                                            Originally posted by jordisonjr
                                            I have a front load washer and dryer, and we've never had issues with water not draining completely. I'm don't recal the brand however.
                                            Only time i have issues with water not draining completely out of the washer is when the load is too imbalanced.
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                                              Originally posted by Igor
                                              Love doing renos on homes. Been doing the kitchen for the past little bit and none of the floors/walls are straight/true. Thanks contractor that built the house.
                                              Originally posted by Igor
                                              Love doing renos on homes. Been doing the kitchen for the past little bit and none of the floors/walls are straight/true. Thanks contractor that built the house.
                                              Ha! Try owning an old house with plaster walls, no square corners to be found!

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                                                Originally posted by Magner
                                                Ha! Try owning an old house with plaster walls, no square corners to be found!
                                                Plaster is the absolute worst.

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                                                  Originally posted by Magner
                                                  Ha! Try owning an old house with plaster walls, no square corners to be found!

                                                  Haha hopefully i never have to deal with it.


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