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        Discussion Topic  RE: Mysterious wiring. What do I have? (in Electrical) by SturdyNail
        Thanks CommonwealthSparky. I haven't found this exact switch on line. The brand is "Eagle" and I don......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Mysterious wiring. What do I have? (in Electrical) by SturdyNail
        Here are the photos I promised in my original post....
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        Discussion Topic  Mysterious wiring. What do I have? (in Electrical) by SturdyNail
        Hello, I'll attach photos on a reply to this post, but first I'll try to describe the situation. I......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: 2 x 4 Framing on slab is damp -- what to do? (in General Home Improvement) by SturdyNail
        Thanks Jaybee and ron45. The bottoms of the studs still seem pretty good. I do think I'll use ice an......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: 2 x 4 Framing on slab is damp -- what to do? (in General Home Improvement) by SturdyNail
        Thanks ron45, You're right, we have been lucky with respect to termites--especially since, when we m......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: 2 x 4 Framing on slab is damp -- what to do? (in General Home Improvement) by SturdyNail
        The wall has been opened up for about a week now and the old insulation removed. That has allowed th......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: 2 x 4 Framing on slab is damp -- what to do? (in General Home Improvement) by SturdyNail
        I'll give that sill plate some pokes with a screwdriver tonight to see if it is spongy. I'm sure ho......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: 2 x 4 Framing on slab is damp -- what to do? (in General Home Improvement) by SturdyNail
        Thanks redoverfarm, I'm looking back at your and Jaybee's, sparky617's, and ron45's comments in my "......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: 2 x 4 Framing on slab is damp -- what to do? (in General Home Improvement) by SturdyNail
        Thanks redoverfarm. Your recommendation ties in directly with another topic I posted on Sept. 6, "WR......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: 2 x 4 Framing on slab is damp -- what to do? (in General Home Improvement) by SturdyNail
        ron45, Thanks for your ideas. The house is single story. The area I'm working on is a side wall und......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: 2 x 4 Framing on slab is damp -- what to do? (in General Home Improvement) by SturdyNail
        One good thing, nona, I've removed all of that insulation anyway. I'll be re-insulating with Roxul......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: 2 x 4 Framing on slab is damp -- what to do? (in General Home Improvement) by SturdyNail
        Here are the pictures I referred to in the original post:...
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        Discussion Topic  2 x 4 Framing on slab is damp -- what to do? (in General Home Improvement) by SturdyNail
        I'm ripping off the old Homasote sheathing and see that, where the framing sits on slab at the patio......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Exterior wall; dealing with "hump" when installing Hardie Plank. (in Windows, Walls & Doors) by SturdyNail
        Thanks once again Jaybee. The PT 2x is a good idea. Sorry about beating this to death, but that prob......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Exterior wall; dealing with "hump" when installing Hardie Plank. (in Windows, Walls & Doors) by SturdyNail
        I surveyed the situation again tonight. I have a low area in another part of the wall too. It looks......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Exterior wall; dealing with "hump" when installing Hardie Plank. (in Windows, Walls & Doors) by SturdyNail
        Thanks Jaybee. Bend is good. What would think of wedging composite shims behind the planks where the......
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        Discussion Topic  Exterior wall; dealing with "hump" when installing Hardie Plank. (in Windows, Walls & Doors) by SturdyNail
        Hello, I sure wish I had noticed this before I finished sheathing one section. There is a "hump" t......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Need advice on choosing components for exterior, recessed, lighting. (in Electrical) by SturdyNail
        Thanks Sparky^2 (Sparky617 & CommonwealthSparky). Regarding the "damp" or "wet" debate, you should ......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Need advice on choosing components for exterior, recessed, lighting. (in Electrical) by SturdyNail
        They'll be mounted in the underside of a soffit, so a truly horizontal rain could, I suppose, wet th......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Need advice on choosing components for exterior, recessed, lighting. (in Electrical) by SturdyNail
        Thanks for the links Sparky617. I started exploring a bit from your links and found these as possib......
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