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    Air lock in heating

    Check the heating system, if any blockages in the inlet pipe, so the possibilities of air lock. Just open the faucet nearer to the water heating , so that the air will come out with that faucet, and the flow of water will be fine. Check the pipe lines for any blockages.
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    basin waste fitting

    use metal nuts in the place of plastic nuts to fix the plating.
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    plastering big ceilings?

    Remove all loose plaster and scrape the area to be repaired. Using a damp cloth, moisten all lath strip and remove dust from around the edges of the repair area. Use 2 parts mud and 1 part plaster, add a small amount of water to the mix and stir until it becomes creamy. Work the mud in around...
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    Filling the hole after removing downlights

    By using a cardboard you can fill the holes. place the card boards in the holes and apply plaster over the holes.
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    low hot water pressure

    Find out what type of water pipes you have both in your home itself and outside running to your well or water meter, depending on where you live. The size of your water pipes has a huge impact on the amount of water pressure you will get in your home.Double check that all water valves are open...
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    BATHROOM TILE REMOVAL

    To Remove a fixed wall tiles first 1) With the hammer hit on the tiles first 2) Use putty knife remove the adhesive sides of the tiles. 3) With the cold chisel remove the hammered tile 4) Clean the surface and remove the old adhesive very clearly 5) use the tile adhesive first as...
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    roof vent

    Its a slate vent. Check in online you will get the images of concrete tiled roof , so that you will get some idea.
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    New Leaking Roof

    The first and perhaps most obvious place to look for a roof leak is directly above the leak in a ceiling or exterior wall. Use a flashlight to inspect the attic floor over the leak while it's raining. Look for standing water, water stains, mold, wet insulation or other exposed insulation.Examine...
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    Central heating problem

    Check with the boiler heater softner, washers, or loose of screws also cause for noise.
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    potterton performa 28 not working properly

    Check with the central heating system whether its properly working or not. Normally these kind of defects comes from electronic system failure. Once contact your electrician for further help.
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    DECORATING TILES HMMMM?

    Breakup the tile with a hammer by using cold chisel remove the broken tile. Take a stiff putty knife scrape the old adhesive, and become relatively smooth, then level the surface for the new tile. Use tile adhesive and apply the complete back of the new tile, and also apply some adhesive in the...
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    Best wall tile adhesive and grout ?

    Mapei Keraquick Grey , Mapei Keraflex White , UniBond Waterproof Tile, Dunlop Mixed anti-Bacterial Grout, Dunlop Fix 'n' Grout Waterproof Adhesive
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    Metro brick tiles - black - 215mm x 106mm

    For this contact your local contractors, They will help you to find the brick stores address.
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    replacing a cracked tile

    Replacing a cracked tile first removing an unwanted fixture from a tiled surface. Breakup the tile with a hammer by using cold chisel remove the broken tile. Take a stiff putty knife scrape the old adhesive, and become relatively smooth, then level the surface for the new tile. Use tile adhesive...
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    Vinyl sheet/tiles over existing lino floor?

    Vinyl flooring must be installed over a perfectly flat surface. Even if your linoleum appears to be flat, run your hand across the surface to determine if a residual pattern can be detected.The leveling compound generously to your existing linoleum flooring if there is a noticeable pattern...
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    Tiling in doorway edge

    When laying tile around a doorway you need to remove the door casing on both sides of the door.The door casing is the trim that goes around the frame.To keep from tearing your wall paper or paint use a box knife to cut the caulking. Most trim, but not all, is caulked to the wall.After you have...
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