Joined on July 22, 2008
Last Post on December 3, 2013
@ February 13, 2013 6:55 AM in garden hose for gas lineBut what about the lawns and plants? What will they do? This was a garden hose!
@ February 11, 2013 4:25 AM in Good old "Powerpile"Simplicity is wonderful. Stay warm out there. This world needs more Tims
@ February 10, 2013 12:35 PM in garden hose for gas lineThis wasn't the greatest piece of investigative journalism. I'd like to see how is was hooked up at the meter.
That way I could do it myself:)
@ February 2, 2013 3:36 AM in PredictionsSF or Balt.? This is a tough one. They are all tough. SF is favored by 4. One sure thing is Beyonce is a sure winner!
Balt. is the better bet. I hope SF does win though. Hometown favorites.
@ January 26, 2013 2:53 AM in some of the dead men showing offMy son in law is from MN
They are currently ice fishing at the cabin in zero degree weather in Alaska
In the article this "Good moral character" thing is something to ponder. Just what is that?
Stay warm out there!
@ January 24, 2013 9:07 PM in ModCon Icing on ChimneyHas there not been enough hoopla over bad venting on this site ? I'd like to hear a mod/con manufacturer's rep say "That fine".
There is some artsy things you can do without tinkering with the exhaust flow.
@ January 23, 2013 3:59 AM in Boiler installed wrongYou must be a set up man. There is comedy stuff here. Love life baby!
@ January 15, 2013 2:29 AM in Is this wrong?Let's see, It starts with beer. A trap is somehow involved.A guy who is dyslexic is wondering if the arrow should point up or down. Throw in it is French and that means Metric! Then the condensation on the camera.Lots of love from alaska. Go Pats
@ January 13, 2013 7:24 PM in The Tide is RollingFirst the Broncos, Then the Seahawks. Seattle was unreal!
@ January 8, 2013 6:10 PM in vintage adI remember being in the Condor, and some of the others, as a teenager. Unbelievable what you could get away with in the 70's.
@ January 4, 2013 11:19 PM in booksAre you talking about Dan's stuff? You've come along way now on this computer. And I bet you could contact him through it!! Or you could call them. I have and these are normal people. Just to save you time try 1-800-853-8882 and tell them you have rights!! It's late now and perhaps a double shot of that prunverbial juice ,for you,right before night-night would be a good idea::)) Good Luck-bill
@ January 4, 2013 4:45 PM in Plugged System...And sounds to me like iron that has taken a beating from oxygen.
@ January 4, 2013 4:21 PM in Point of no pressure change - help me understandI was asked last summer of the differences between a well pressure tank and an expansion tank. I answered "I don't think any other than the well tank has to deal with rusting" Is that right? And when is an expansion tank over sized?
@ January 4, 2013 8:04 AM in Plugged System...Clean it up all you want. But where is the oxygen coming from?
@ January 2, 2013 2:59 PM in Point of no pressure change - help me understandAren't you glad you asked??
I swear these guys (Chris and Mark) are related to Tolstoy!!
@ January 2, 2013 8:39 AM in Point of no pressure change - help me understandAren't you glad you asked??
@ January 1, 2013 8:13 AM in Venting condensing gas boilerHoly cow!! Get ready .Here we go!!
Oh, I forgot Happy New Year
@ December 31, 2012 9:17 PM in Gas pipe sizingPerhaps Gordy is getting an early start on bringing in the New Year. Cheers and HNY:)!!
@ December 29, 2012 9:33 PM in Women in TradesBy meeting other women in the trade I assume your talking about in person and not just through the computer.If you disclose your location I bet you will have better luck in getting what you are looking for.
This site could use more Female Techs. (sorry Dan:)
@ December 28, 2012 8:21 AM in no heat callsI know a guy with the same scenario. After pump replacement (zone valves)and tearing his hair out, he just happened to look inside the Spirovent. It was as if the mesh had been coated with wheel bearing grease
This was Nome,AK and the installers put in a huge concentration of glycol. It seems that a nearly 100 % dose of the stuff gummed up the mesh. I'm betting the installers didn't flush it out with water, then add glycol. So debris in the system stayed in the system.
I'm aware glycol isn't a factor here. But it would explain why purging would seem to remove all air. And the air separator here is about the easiest place to look for blockage