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        Discussion Topic  RE: nonworking switches - possible ceiling light opportunity? (in Electrical) by AlisonM
        Ok, so I just hooked up an extra closet light fixture to the wires and it all works! Three of the f......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: nonworking switches - possible ceiling light opportunity? (in Electrical) by AlisonM
        Actually, the switches are still wired and my stud/ac finder actually shows that those wires are sti......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: nonworking switches - possible ceiling light opportunity? (in Electrical) by AlisonM
        I'll see what I can find that will minimize my ceiling damage. I don't like the idea of having to m......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: nonworking switches - possible ceiling light opportunity? (in Electrical) by AlisonM
        I've got my answer. I could read through the first hole that it is a steel city hanger. Then I ope......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: nonworking switches - possible ceiling light opportunity? (in Electrical) by AlisonM
        FYI, from the very little I can see thus far, it looks like it's probably something roughly like thi......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: nonworking switches - possible ceiling light opportunity? (in Electrical) by AlisonM
        Update! I've been marking my ceiling with tape where my stud finder has found "items" between my jo......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: nonworking switches - possible ceiling light opportunity? (in Electrical) by AlisonM
        Also, I understand that I could have outlets that should have been powered by switches but the tabs ......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: nonworking switches - possible ceiling light opportunity? (in Electrical) by AlisonM
        There are seven outlets in the room and of the six switches, two work. (Miscounted earlier when I sa......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: nonworking switches - possible ceiling light opportunity? (in Electrical) by AlisonM
        An electrician!? I'm imagining that the original buyer made a change and the builder didn't remov......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: nonworking switches - possible ceiling light opportunity? (in Electrical) by AlisonM
        My Black and Decker stud finder supposedly has that feature but has never worked, even when I've tri......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: nonworking switches - possible ceiling light opportunity? (in Electrical) by AlisonM
        Also, this ceiling is not accessible from above. This is the bottom story of a two-story house....
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        Discussion Topic  nonworking switches - possible ceiling light opportunity? (in Electrical) by AlisonM
        Here in the south, a ceiling fan sure would be nice in our den. We just so happen to live in a hous......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Kenmore refrigeration problem - evaporator (in Kitchen) by AlisonM
        Ha! We have to PAY the man to take away and recycle appliances in our area. I wish we had someplace......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Kenmore refrigeration problem - evaporator (in Kitchen) by AlisonM
        ... but would a problem with the thermostat cause the uneven frost and ice pattern?...
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Kenmore refrigeration problem - evaporator (in Kitchen) by AlisonM
        106.56536400 is actually the full model number. I left off the last few - usually they don't mean to......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Kenmore refrigeration problem - evaporator (in Kitchen) by AlisonM
        Sorry, I forgot to mention I already did that. It refroze with the same pattern after the defrost a......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Kenmore refrigeration problem - evaporator (in Kitchen) by AlisonM
        Oh, also - but don't quote me on this, because I could be remembering incorrectly - I think that mon......
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        Discussion Topic  RE: Kenmore refrigeration problem - evaporator (in Kitchen) by AlisonM
        I checked the gaskets all around with dollar bill and while I didn't have to work hard to get it out......
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        Discussion Topic  Kenmore refrigeration problem - evaporator (in Kitchen) by AlisonM
        I have a 5-6 year old Kenmore 106.5653 cold spot refrigerator that is not cooling enough (both sides......
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