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SOURCE: I have freestanding Series 8 dishwasher. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. How can this be resolved

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People on FixYa often do give answers to complete questions.

Your previous question mentioned "the above mentioned equation" without giving any equations. I asked you to clarify that point. If this is your attempt to do so then the answer is: Yes, but not directly. The Casio fx-115ES is a scientific calculator, not a financial one. While it can do the arithmetic necessary to solve sinking fund problems, it does not have them built-in.

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Here are the top guidelines for picking a roofing contractor and avoiding a

1. Along with the quoted price, ask for references, ask about any current jobs they're doing and then drive by those jobs.

* There's a BIG variation in the professionalism among contractors so you want to find that sweet spot between price and quality of work.

2. If the site is an total pigsty; plants trampled, stuff strewn around, etc, you might not want them on your property.

* Your property should look like it did before they showed up, only with a new roof.

3. They should also give a warranty for roof leaks.

* If it rains, and you have a leak they should be there within a reasonable time.

4. Ask for proof of insurance. They must be insured & bonded

5. Ask the contractor how they will protect the landscaping.

* Most will make an agreement that any damage will come out of the final payment.

6. The contract should specify the materials used, a time-line for completion, and how payment will made & scheduled.

7. Make sure the contractor is insured and, if his employees will have access to your house, that they are bonded.

8. Once again, get references from the contractor.

* And check them.

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* Check with a local builder and ask who they recommend.

10. You can also use someone you know and trust even if they have a small company.

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Not only do we use the most proven and up to date products in the industry, we also offer some of the best and longest warranties that the market has to offer.

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What is wrong with French? Isn't a nice language for your calculator?
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Sign in and try running consecutive sales or No Sales without signing in between them.

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