Today we're talking about LED Lighting. The reason we're making this video is because depending on what light fixtures you're using for your home, it will dramatically impact how you wire your lights! I'm exploring a bunch of options that are on the LED Lighting market, as far as light fixtures are concerned. There are certain things that you can do with LED Lighting that you can't do with traditional pot lights or incandescent bulbs. Keep watching to learn more about LED Lighting options you didn't know existed!
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Warm at last! Here is the start to finish install of our new Vitodens 100W from Viessmann. Lots of the background info and the technical side were covered in a previous video but if you have any questions leave them below. Enjoy!
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This Old House plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey replaces a water heater and boiler with a single unit that’s much more efficient. (See below for a shopping list, tools, and steps.)
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Shopping List for How to Install a Combination Boiler/Water Heater:
– Plywood panel, used for mounting new combination boiler[BR]
– Combination boiler/water heater, including mounting hardware
– PVC pipe and fittings
– Outdoor temperature sensor
– PVC condensate line with limestone neutralizer
– Condensate pump
Tools List for How to Install a Combination Boiler/Water Heater:
– Drill/driver with 4-inch hole saw
– Tape measure
Steps for How to Install a Combination Boiler/Water Heater:
1. Mount a plywood panel to the basement wall to serve as a mounting panel for the new combination boiler.
2. Run new gas, electrical, and plumbing lines to the plywood panel.
3. Screw the metal mounting brackets to the plywood panel, then hang the combination heater onto the brackets.
4. Drill two 4-inch-diameter holes through the house wall for the exhaust vent and air intake vent. Be sure the air intake is above the snow line, and that the exhaust vent is 12 inches from a window and 12 inches from the air intake.
5. Use PVC pipe and fittings to create the exhaust and air intake vents. Run the piping from the boiler through the exterior wall.
6. Connect hot- and cold-water lines to the combination boiler to deliver water to the heating system and the domestic water fixtures.
7. Connect the gas line and new electrical cable to the combination boiler.
8. Mount an outdoor temperature sensor onto the north side of the house to help regulate the production of hot water.
9. Run a PVC condensate line with limestone neutralizer from the combination heater to a nearby utility sink drain or floor drain. Use a condensate pump to drain away the excess condensation.
10. Turn on the combination boiler, and it should immediately start making hot water.
11. Remove and discard the old boiler and water heater.
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This 1990 Dodge Ram W150 5.2L had an overcharging alternator. It was putting out 15.5 volts. I discovered that there was a one volt voltage drop in the circuit providing power to the field circuit of the alternator and external voltage regulator. Rather than spend hours tracing the entire circuit through the harness, bulkhead connector, fuse block, ignition switch, etc; I used the existing switched power circuit to signal a simple relay that controlled direct battery voltage, and applied it to the field circuit.