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re: Golf shoes - lsujro
I have 2 pair of those Pumas. Most comfortable golf shoes I've worn (I have foot issues)...
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re: Speed Queen Front Loader - lsujro
Never knew SQ had front loaders. Happy with our mid level LG front loader :dunno:...
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re: Need some help with my yard/grass - lsujro
I used a service for first year or so at new house that had bad week problems initially. If you go this route, you get their schedule and what they apply on your invoices. Should give you a solid road map for what's appropriate for your area and grass type. ...
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re: Pre-emergent before fertilizer? (Georgia) - lsujro
Ronk I'm intrigued by the specticle. Are you referencing Specticle Flo? I'm just about to take over my lawn care from a service I used to get it in shape after a move (Bermuda/St Aug mix). Would a bottle of Specticle last me a while? I have historically just used prodiomine granules for preem...
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re: Pluckers - $2.00 per 5 wings surcharge. - lsujro
I've read a bit on shortage of wings specifically due to sharply increased demand coming from increased take out orders. Wings are one of the most common take out items apparently, and several restaurants opened wing only ghost kitchens (there's 4 or 5 on my door dash right now). I have seen no noti...
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re: Wal Mart pick up service - lsujro
Wife uses it for our family every week. Usually orders Sat or Sun night for pickup next morning. We get most of our household basics and stuff for kids lunches. We keep a freezer full of meat and I shop the other grocery stores occasionally for non poultry meats. Sometimes you get a crappy substitu...
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re: Microwave not heating help - lsujro
I had same problem except my turn table would spin it just wouldn't heat. Apparently there are different switches that control different aspects of the function. I just replaced them all (I had 3). Lots of youtube videos. Mine was built in as well - pita to access switches to replace but cheaper th...
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re: Recs: Need to buy a new Washer/Dryer - lsujro
I have a mid level LG front loader and it's fine so far. Been about a year and a half. I'd say wife averages 2-3 loads per day with no issues. I was concerned with wear and tear on my dress shirts for work from agitator washer, so I actually wanted the front loader. We tried a HE top loader by GE a ...
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re: robotic mowers - lsujro
I had the prior model worx landroid that just crapped out after about 4 years (partially my fault). I really loved the thing. You are supposed to have them run every day. They do cut like a roomba, but if they run daily, the yard just always looks fresh cut. I had mine mow after dusk - it's so quiet...
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re: Has Mondo jumped yet? - lsujro
Great article on Mondo [link=(https://www.nytimes.com/2021/08/02/sports/olympics/mondo-duplantis-pole-vault.html)]LINK[/link]...
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re: best smart thermostat - lsujro
[quote] The nice thing about Ecobee is you can set them up for local control and don't have to use their cloud and app. If you do this then you can deny internet access to the thermostat and not worry about the govt controlling it.[/quote] you can also just turn that "feature" off...
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re: Dishwasher pooped the bed - lsujro
[quote] Like 2-3 hours... [/quote] this is the standard now. most have a ~1 hr cycle now, but the normal load always takes 2+ hours ...
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re: Dishwasher pooped the bed - lsujro
[quote]I have a high end Bosch; it's super quiet but it is completely incapable of drying dishes[/quote] weird this is not my experience. i have the mid tier bosch. supposedly all bosch models have the exact same cleaning system. the difference is the type of drying and extra features (3rd rack, ...
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re: New Construction HVAC - lsujro
I'll have to check this evening. Are there options to add something to make an existing air handler 2 stage? ...
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re: New Construction HVAC - lsujro
I have a gas furnace. Is that what you mean? I'm not great with hvac terminology :lol:...
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re: New Construction HVAC - lsujro
[quote]Right now I'm running a single stage AC in a 2-zone setup. When only one zone is calling for AC, the blower runs at 70% of the speed. This is keeping my humidity around 40-42% and that is with high outside humidity (dewpoints in the 70s) and not being super hot so my runtimes are not near as ...
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re: Dishwasher Broke. Looking for recs - lsujro
No Bosch dishwasher model has heated drying. Mine has a feature where it uses extra hot water to rinse and then pops door open a couple of inches so that the water evaporates. We run it at night and it gets dishes more dry than my old dishwasher with heating ever did. Some of the higher end models t...
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re: Is the Orange whip worth it? - lsujro
[quote] which knock off is best [/quote] mine is a Zeonetak. i imagine they are all exactly the same (and probably exactly same as orange whip). ...
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re: Masterbuilt gravity 800 1st cook - lsujro
lump and briquette work the same ...
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re: Is the Orange whip worth it? - lsujro
[quote]Get a knock off on Amazon for $25[/quote] make sure you get the longer one (48" i believe). most of the real cheap ones are too short. i got one like 2 weeks ago. $30 i believe. ...
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