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Re: need specs for installation of a concrete cistern in...
Call the concrete plant for the specs. check for the freeze depth in your city and bury it atleast a foot deeper then the freeze depth. when i install septic and grease traps we over excavate atleast a foot to a foot and half and bring in pea gravel to make up the distance. the pea gravel tends to not settle as much.
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it is almost impossible to get concrete so level that water will not sit in small puddles after it sets
depending on the depth of the puddles you could top the concrete with an epoxy resin finish all over
if the low spots are small in size , maybe finishing with large tiles will be an answer
there are professional concrete surface finishers that can advise on the problem
That all depends on the depth or thickness of the area you want to cover say for example the area you want to cover is 100mm deep you would get 10 square meters covered by 1 cubic meter but the square meters be is all dependent on the depth of coverage required less than 100mm means more square meters thicker coverage is less square meters from the same cubic meter
remove the power cord from the socket in the wall first
if there is a small hole in the blade , place a phillips screw driver in that hole and turn until the driver is locked against the depth guard
use the correct size spanner /socket and undo the spindle nut holding the blade on
if there is no hole ,then place the screw driver in the teeth of the blade to lock it
the motor will spin so that the teeth cut against the direction of cut ( up into the guard or up through the depth guard ( blades normally have a arrow for rotation direction)
tighten the spindle nut and if no hole in the blade use a hammer and hit the spanner with a hard rap
There is a TSB on high sulfur fuel usage, and how it impacts the fuel level resistance. If you change fuel, it might start working again. The TSB is : ERRATIC FUEL GAUGE OPERATION TSB 08-2-9
Publication Date: January 22, 2008 FORD: 2004-2008 F-150 LINCOLN: 2006-2008 Mark LT
ISSUE: Some 2004-2008 F-150 and 2006-2008 Mark LT vehicles, built before 12/3/2007, may exhibit erratic fuel gauge operation or illuminated malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) with diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) P0460 or P0463, and/or Instrument Cluster Module DTC B1201. This may be caused by sulfur contamination in the fuel causing an open or high resistance in the fuel level sender.
ACTION: Follow the Service Procedure steps to correct the condition.
Install a new fuel level sender following the service procedure instruction sheet provided in the fuel sender kit.
PART NUMBER PART NAME 8L3Z-9A213-E Kit - Fuel Sender (2006 starting 12/8/2005 through 2008 - FFV-26 Gal Tank - 126/132" WB ) 8L3Z-9A213-F Kit - Fuel Sender (2006 starting 12/8/2005 through 2008 - FFV-30 Gal Tank - 139" WB) 8L3Z-9A213-G Kit - Fuel Sender (2006 starting 12/8/2005 through 2008 - FFV-27 Gal Tank - 145/151/163" WB 8L3Z-9A213-H Kit - Fuel Sender (2006 starting 12/8/2005 through 2008 - FFV-36 Gal Tank - 145/151/163" WB 8L3Z-9A213-A Kit - Fuel Sender (2004 through 2008 - Gas-26 Gal Tank - 126/132" WB 8L3Z-9A213-B Kit - Fuel Sender (2004 through 2008 - Gas-30 Gal Tank - 139" WB 8L3Z-9A213-C Kit - Fuel Sender (2004 through 2008 - Gas-27 Gal Tank - 145/151/163" WB 8L3Z-9A213-D Kit - Fuel Sender (2004 through 2008 - Gas-36 Gal Tank - 145/151/163"WB
WARRANTY STATUS: Eligible Under Provisions Of New Vehicle Limited Warranty Coverage And Emissions Warranty Coverage IMPORTANT: Warranty coverage limits/policies are not altered by a TSB. Warranty coverage limits are determined by the identified causal part.
OPERATION DESCRIPTION TIME 080209A 2004-2008 F-150, 2006-2008 Mark LT: Install New Fuel Level Sender, Includes Time To Remove And Install Fuel Tank (Do Not Use With 9002A, 9002A4, 9002A6) 1.9 Hrs.
DEALER CODING BASIC PART NO. CONDITION CODE 9A299 42
Only you have the answer. Is there enough adjustment if you mounted on your wall specs? If not absolutely no!!!!! To support the weight, you must be in the stud.
But a question. Is this an interior or exterior wall. If you house is made of concrete block, the exterior wall only has 1x2 studs. The interior studs are usually framed by 2x4 (1.5x 3.5 in reality). Some houses use aluminum studes which I personally would not use.
If you are on an exterior wall, you couldn't use wood screws anyway. I would suggest using the appropriate TapCon. A screw made for concrete. An appropriate lenght might be 2 1/2 to 3 inches. This depends on sheetrock (1/2 or 3/4 inch) the depth of the bracket (you need to measure). To find the sheetrock depth simply take the cover off an AC receptacle. See if you some how measure the entire distance to the actual outside wall (stick a skewer along side the box till you make contact). Add 1 1/2" for the concrete, whatever your bracket depth is (at the point were screws go) and viola, you have the proper length of the screw. To size the screw, use the larget that your bracket can take (usually a #10 or 12). Definately pre-drill using the right size bit.