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Official Home Projects Thread

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Wandler, Feb 14, 2008.

  1. Derick

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    yeah they are. my wife grew up with them in CO. this last trip has her obsessed so wants one at home now. that quaking one appears to be able to grow well around here.
     
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    i think my wife might have finally picked a paint color for the living room. patched a bunch of crap today b/c previous owners had ran speaker wire everywhere. i hope she made up her mind b/c new furniture comes on saturday. we donated almost everything else we had. also gotta get rid of a few older pieces in my sons room. we got some new stuff at work so i got a badass command center desk for him. thing was like 3 grand when the company bought it so hard to pass on. kinda weird with the house almost completely empty.........i like it.
     
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    i wish............but still need 100 board games :lol:
     
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    Welp, the replacement heating element in the dryer that I put in in July ‘18 lasted 11 months.
     
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    Keeping that lint trap empty?
     
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    Me, yes. Wife, sorta.

    But the original element lasted 6 years. So i think it was just a crappy aftermarket one. We will see. Luckily it’s not bad replacing it. Not like the pump on the washing machine.
     
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    Mine is kind of pain but not bad, replaced it three times over 11 years. They seem hit or miss.
     
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    we committed to painting early this morning b/c living set coming between 3-5 in the afternoon. wife was pretty committed to the color for the room. it's been a WW2 size battle trying to figure out the color. ALL DIFF SHADES OF BLUE/GRAY/WTFEVER. i got all the outlets off, taped everything, and was ready to go before lunch. we left the house to go get some fresh paint and bust this crap out. 5 feet out of the driveway and the furniture dudes call..........running ahead of schedule and be there in 10 mins :fuuu: ahead of schedule by like 4 hours.

    couch looks great, walls have 10 diff samples on them. in the end it work out b/c all of the pre-couch colors are apparently a no go now. wife is squealing in joy in the living area now as she has finally....maybe.....finally picked a color. couch will be easy to move so whatevs. it's 730 though i'm donezo.
     
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    Not home project but I need to install a couple exhaust fans and run a GFCI outlet in the float room. Tank gets delivered Monday after so many damn delays
     
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    nah thats same as what we talk about here. a man doing **** like cutting boards and crap stuff. :lol:

    most yall saw it on fb, but i'lll post the pic here. the main reason being to share that i have most of my board games in that cabinet on the left. i'd say 75% are in there so its not that bad :lol:

    IMG_20190629_193422.jpg
     
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    How far out of that picture does the cabinet go? :lol:
     
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    20 feet :lol:

    nah. it's actually a miracle i can fit so many in there. told the wife she can pick the pretty looking ones and i'll make them face out.
     
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    That outlet going to be a new breaker circuit in the panel? Or is there an outlet already in place?
     
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    It'll be a new circuit
     
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    Are the pods all 110/120 or do they also require 220?
     
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    Ahh this will just be a be a normal 110 GFCI outlet, not for the tank. The tanks use 220 with a twist lock outlet
     
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    Xzibit do your trey ceiling work? :lol:
     
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    you like trays? we put a tray in your tray :lol: i thought it was weird at first, but like it now. prob gonna suck painting it though.
     
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    Sup?
     

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