June Issue 2000

 


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| June 2000
Ever wonder what to do with the open tubes, cans, containers of caulk, sealer, and compounds? Don't throw them out-put the cap back on, or put masking tape over the opening.

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Staff
| June 2000
Often when sleeves are poured in a trench footing, they are hard to relocate.

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Staff
| June 2000
Where do I drill? Take the mystery out of this situation by using a 3-inch galvanized finish nail.

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Staff
| June 2000
When you have a 1/2-inch knockout and you need a 3/4-inch one, put a 1/2-inch hole saw on the arbor, then slide a 3/4-inch hole saw over the 1/2 -inch one.

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| June 2000
Over the years, I have tried various ways to mark and identify circuits as I was terminating panels.

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