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How many bricks will I need to fill 624 quare feet using 8"x4" bricks

SQUARE feet is an area, so you mean - cover 624 sq ft

Using 8" by 4" bricks you will need 2808 of them.

In practice you would get a few more to allow for edge cutting and breakage

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How many bricks do I need for a 600mm inside diameter circle

if bricks are I mile long, one should suffice.

Sep 19, 2014 | Building Materials

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Old timer wood stove manual

I need to find a owner manual for an old timers wood burning stove insert or at least how to replace the fire bricks

Jan 07, 2014 | Ovens

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Rectangular parallelepiped

That would depend on the bricks' third dimension. If each brick is 2 by 4 by 1, for example, then there would be 653,184 bricks. If each brick is 2 by 4 by 4 then there would be 163,296 bricks.

Jul 22, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Build a pizza oven in the back yard

All you need is bricks and cement.
Use perforated bricks or regular 65mm bricks for the support. A light oven may be built on an U shaped support (you will need to make some structural considerations about the weight). Moreover the U shaped support on top requires an armed concrete slab adequate to support the chamber. If you are not sure about structural performance, build a solid support block of bricks.
Make sure that the support is adequate for the weight of the heavy chamber. If the oven is big, then lay basic foundations or build the oven straight on the ground.
For the chamber you must use refractory bricks (fire bricks). You have different choices of design. A common shaped that do not require armed concrete parts is the igloo style chamber. Leave space for the chimney on top of the chamber.

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Where does air enter a new style gas fired water heater ? how do you clean the air intake area

Air intakes vary by brand and model.
Product manual has complete information for air intake, and yearly burner cleaning and maintenance.

1) You posted under Richmond heaters which is Rheem
For a manual, click on your product and next page has documents that download to your computer, including care and use manual.
Sample manual shows air intake is a grille located on side of tank.
Intake should be kept clean, and water heater never placed in room with dust, link or chemicals. Even trace chemicals will react with burner and prematurely corrode burner parts.

2) If you have Bradford White water heater, air intake is on side of tank through louvers.

3) If your gas water heater stands on 3-4 legs, then air intake is located on bottom of tank, making it difficult to clean unless tank is sitting on bricks.

Here is photo of air-intake screen on bottom of Whirlpool tank.
Tomorrow this heater is scheduled for installation, and it will be put on bricks.
On this specific model the front cover can be taken off, the burner cleaned, and cover put back on using same gasket, and without buying parts.


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Also take advantage of fixya phone service.
For a price, expert speaks with you over phone while you work on timer or any do-it-yourself project.
Fixya is always less expensive than a service call.

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On Lego Batman, how do you find all the red bricks

Hi there,

There is one red power brick per level in the video game Lego Batman. This brick will usually be difficult for players to find, but if they do, it will unlock bonus content in the game. The red bricks look like square LEGOs with four studs, and players may easily miss them on their first play-through.

LEGO Batman is a multi-platform video game with a new storyline where lots of villains have escaped from Arkham Asylum and are running rampant around Gotham Launch Trailer (Time: 1:00)1
LEGO Batman Fast Facts
  1. Red power bricks are well hidden
  2. Make sure to have the right characters to access the bricks
  3. Finding the red power bricks will unlock content in the game
  4. To see what content the power bricks unlock, check back at headquarters
Hope this works.


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Smell of gas. no leaks. no smell when just the pilot on. no smell when bricks are lit. just smells between thermastat going on & the ignition of bricks

If possible, ignite on a lower setting then increase rather than igniting on the high setting.
If there is no manual adjustment, I would call a gas engineer to sort out the problem, as you do not want a malfunctioning gas appliance in your home.

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Ive got an angle iron to fit but unsure how to install in taking the window out and putting french doors in the solder bricks on top of window are lose hence the iron im just unsure how to fit it

The horizontal part fits into the side bricks--you need to remove mortar to allow it to slide in. The upper bricks need to be reset on top of the iron in fresh mortar. Hope you bought a heavy piece of iron to span the distance and support any weight above.

Oct 24, 2009 | Saws

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How to make a drivingway for my garage of my new house.

Hey Paul,

I'll give you the rundown. First, for a driveway, I'd have to advise using a pretty thick slab of concrete beneath the brick. The concrete part of it should be done professionally. But I live in an area with lots of rain (hence, Mud), might not be a problem where you are. Anyway, here you go:
  1. Clear the area so its smooth. Grade it if necessary.
  2. After clearing the area, set the perimeters with string or with 1x4 boards. This keeps you from going wide as you lay the bricks
  3. Get a load of sand and spread it evenly over the area. This can be done easier with two people and a long 2x4. The depth should be at least an inch. This makes leveling the bricks MUCH easier. Keep some aside for filling in the spaces between the bricks. Keep it dry too.
  4. Start at one end and start placing the bricks. As you advance, you'll be on the bricks, not the sand.
  5. Have a straight edged board handy to level them. Use a rubber mallet to tap them down. Consider the spacing between them. Use a scrap of 3/8 wood or something like that to keep the spacing consistent.
  6. As you place more bricks, get up occasionally and eyeball your work.
  7. After they are laid, you'll need to hit a home improvement place. You are looking for a glue (powdered) that is mixed with your left over sand to set the bricks. Ask someone there, they will know.
  8. You mix it in with the sand and dump it in the middle of the bricks. Then just sweep it over the entire area until the spaces are filled. Then sweep off the excess.
  9. Once filled, lightly spray water over the whole drive. This activates the compound. Once dry, you have a driveway.
If you do concrete it first, you'll only need enough sand for the space fill.

Hope it turns out great. I love brick drives.


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