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      If you go with the Gorilla Glue route, you will...

      If you go with the Gorilla Glue route, you will have to figure out how to clap it for a couple of hours. Also, don't use too much, it does expand when drying.
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      Fixed a super annoying high pitched squeak...

      Fixed a super annoying high pitched squeak emanating from the back seat area. Turned out that the rear seat dual cup holder was broken off from one of the mounting screws and every bump created an...
    3. My 2010 has 83k and still on original front and...

      My 2010 has 83k and still on original front and rear brake pads and rotors. I'm sure they need to be replaced soon. PM me if you want the name of a good, honest VW indy shop in the Rochester, NY area...
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      Thank you Space, I think I can handle the lower...

      Thank you Space, I think I can handle the lower gear lube change, will probably need to find a shop for the impeller.
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      The paperwork states that the oil/filter were...

      The paperwork states that the oil/filter were changed. Also written; winterize outboard for $89. It states that the winterization accounted for 1 hour of labor and 15 units of Stor-N-Start (which I...
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      Need help getting boat ready for summer

      I have a 2013 Bayliner with 90hp Mercury Four-Stroke outboard. Purchased new and used for two summers (probably 30 hours total use). I had the dealer "winterize" the motor at the end of each summer....
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      Stainless racks may be available, but expensive....

      Stainless racks may be available, but expensive. Some mid-priced units have nylon coated racks, which are supposed to be better than plastic/vinyl.
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      I know Bosch does it by not using a direct...

      I know Bosch does it by not using a direct heating element to dry stuff. It basically heats the water during its last rinse, which allows the dishes to become very hot, as they cool slowly, the water...
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      I second the Bosch recommendation. We put one in...

      I second the Bosch recommendation. We put one in our former house-quiet and no issues. Left it when we sold. Moved into a new-to-us house with very old Maytag. It cleaned pretty well, but was very...
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      Thanks, it's been a long process. Nothing is easy...

      Thanks, it's been a long process. Nothing is easy working on a house 135 years old.
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      Not sure about code, just know that is what my...

      Not sure about code, just know that is what my wife wanted to try and keep the old house look. Tub going in today:)
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      Some pics with updates:...

      Some pics with updates:
      https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-LQcFKjZPXPs/VPMO8juYb1I/AAAAAAAAAIo/Btr_HWaRJ48/w415-h553-no/015971b83d1d1a900f6ba34e7dd33452b7aff1877b.jpg...
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      Thanks, I will be doing some reading about these...

      Thanks, I will be doing some reading about these tonight.
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      Just looking for the "I wish I thought of that...

      Just looking for the "I wish I thought of that when I was remodeling" or "my favorite part of my bathroom is" type of suggestions.

      We planned on putting in the tiled, recessed box inside the...
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      Bath Remodel

      Finally tackling major bath remodel. Changing from bath/shower combo to stand alone claw foot soaking tub and separate shower (bumping out wall to add 3 x 5 tiled shower area. Seem to be making...
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      Any chance you can use a long shop vac hose and...

      Any chance you can use a long shop vac hose and put the base outside? This won't remove the need for water/sponge, but may get rid of a lot more dust.
    17. I have a 2006 with 100,000. No transmission...

      I have a 2006 with 100,000. No transmission issues yet, but I have my fingers crossed. Apparently, the radiator cooler tank can rupture and force coolant into the transmission through the cooler...
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      Update: I didn't see any wiring issues, so I left...

      Update: I didn't see any wiring issues, so I left the batteries out for 15 minutes. When I replaced the batteries, the unit did reset and required me to set time/day. The only problem was the clock...
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      HVAC thermostat problem?

      Before I go out and buy a new thermostat, I thought someone may have a simple answer. I think I have a Honeywell 6000 thermostat (looks like the same one if I Google). I don't have AC, so it really...
    20. Ended up being a cable with rca jacks to the...

      Ended up being a cable with rca jacks to the iSimple box. I just swapped the rca-to-30 pin Apple cable with an rca-to-3.5 headphone jack cable. Quick and cheap fix for now.
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