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How can I kill roots in a sewer pipe?

You can use chemical treatments, but they will not show immediate results. Recommend calling a plumber to cut the roots out, and then treat with a commercial product such as RootX. Here are some links about other treatments:

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Replacing 185sq ft. Of a concrete block ( 8" x 16 ")wall much block that cost $1.22 ea. Would cost?

If you are working this as a simple math problem, here is the solution. Each block is 8" x 16", which is an area of 128 square inches. A square foot is 144 square inches (12 x 12). Thus 185 square feet equals 185 x 144 or 26640 square inches. TO determine the number of blocks required, we divide the block size in square inches into the total area 26640/128 = 208.125. Thus, it would take 209 blocks to do the job. 209 blocks at $1.22 each = $254.98.

Now, if you are REALLY doing this job and need an accurate cost, you need to specify what the actual height and width of the area is to properly determine the number of blocks because 185 square feet can be any rectangular shape and may not come out to an even block height or width. Thus, the cost may vary considerably.

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This is a Speck swimming pool 1.5kw pump I need to replace the motor stator bearings but don't know how to take the pump impeller off

This is the most popular pump frame. The motor will actually have a square flange as an integral part of the motor (not the pump) on the front of the motor with 4 holes (one hole in each corner of the flange). The pump body will be secured to this square flange with 4 bolts, which are outside the round barrel of the motor. Caution: Make certain the square flange is part of the motor; not the pump body. Many pumps are square and may appear to be part of the motor. Removing the motor from the pump will allow you to make certain how the pump is fastened to the motor. How the pump is fastened to the motor determines the basic type of frame.
Note: Also, some 48Y frame motors are actually thru-bolt style; therefore, check the mounting bolts to make certain they are not thru-bolt style as described below.
Not a square flange on your motor? If you do not see a square flange as described above for the square frame motor, then you have a pump body, which mounts to the motor with 4 bolts accessible inside the pump case. This non-square frame will be a thru-bolt style frame, 56J frame, or 56C frame. How to determine if you have a 56J or 56C frame: The pump body mounts to the face of the motor with 4 bolts just inside the circumference of the motor barrel. To see these mounting bolts, you must take apart the pump body and look inside the pump. The bolts will be fastened into the face of the motor with threaded holes. 56J frame: If your pump body mounts into the face of the motor as described in the previous paragraph, and the impeller is threaded onto the motor shaft, then you have a 56J frame. Additionally, the impeller may be secured with a small screw, which is threaded into the center of the motor shaft. If the outside of the shaft is not threaded, maybe you have a 56C frame. 56C frame: If your motor has a shaft with a key-way (small metal key slides into a groove machined along the length of the motor shaft), then it is a 56C frame. These are very rare in today's pumps. If your pump is 20 years old or older, it may have a keyed shaft (56C), but even then is unlikely. The keyed shaft may also have an internal tapped thread to help hold the impeller once it slides over the key-way. Thru-bolt style frame: The motor mounting bolts are the key with this style of motor. Like the name implies, if the pump fastens with nuts to the 4 bolts, which pass all the way thru the motor, then you have a thru-bolt frame. These extremely long bolts (8 inches or longer) will go through the motor. These motors are popular on spas and above ground swimming pool pumps. NOTE: Sometimes these motors are also labeled 48Y frames, but they are not square flanged 48Y frames. Once you determine the frame, click on the link and view some motors to help determine horse power by analyzing the amperage comparisons.

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After agitation, the motor change the direction to engage with a mechanism to do a spin. The mechanism including the clutch, the brake. If the brake is not release then it won't spin. Need to inspect the mechanism to determine the root cause. Access from the back panel to see the mechanism. Hope this can help.

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Maytag washer model LAT9306AAE won't come on - replaced blown fuse in machine & it blew again right away.

Fuses are there to protect from overheating and further damage to the appliance and/or wiring. A blown fuse is seldom ever the root cause of a problem... It is a symptom of a short or overload somewhere else in the circuit.

Check wiring to be sure there are no bare wires showing or shorting out against each other or the frame of the machine. Check that drive and pump motors turn freely (with power cord unplugged).

Your problem is NOT the fuse alone. Replacing it without correcting the root cause will result in yet another blown fuse.

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Agitator barely turns, especially with a full load. It's a Roper Washer top loader.

Remove the agitator cap, some caps unscrew and some will just pull off. Look for a plastic bolt and remove the bolt, the plastic bold will have a square in the middle that the square end of the shaft of an socket extension ( or a very large flat screw driver ) will fit into the square hole to unscrew the plastic nut off...remove the upper 1/2 of the agitator....remove thebolt holding down the bottom 1/2 of the agitator, lift up on the agitator.

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Ignis Oven functions

Definately the control with 2 lines where the fan kicks in. The grill and oven elements will come on. The fan will disperse the heat from the grill element evenly and more quickly inside the oven. You will need to reduce cooking temperatures by about ten percent though,or youll burn your dinner. Also keep food down ,not too close to grill element at top of oven, middle is fine. Hope this helps. Regards..

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Washing machine overflows

sorry in advance for the lack of appropriate terminology. my "solution" comes from a mother with no mechanical experience point of view.

i had the same problem with my washing machine overflowing. I opened up my machine, found the clear hose that went from this little square box on the side of the tub up to the switch for the "load size" knob. i pulled the hose off the square box and saw that there was a piece of paper in it. i pulled it out, scraped the scum out and reconnected it. started the machine. - that didn't work.

so, I got the thinnest pipe cleaner i could find pulled the tube from the little box, and stuck the pipe clearner down the pipe of the little square box. pulled out a bit of scummy lint, then I blew in the tubing. I heard a "click", I thought.. okay maybe that's it. reconnected everything, started my machine.. and now it works :)

This probably wasn't the proper thing to do, but it worked and saved me from the cut throat washing machine mechanics in this area.

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