Fix-It Channel




Introduction: Fix-It Channel

Wooden Bench

Worm Cafe - Compost with earthworms right in your garden

Tormato! Tomato Cage With Trellis and Nutrient Delivery System

Lawn Striper

A Garden Shower in ten minutes and less than 8$

Renovating an old drill press

How to Re-Cover Chairs

Wall table (mesa de pared)

PVC Hand drill

Paper towel stand

Work bench

Drill press

How to Install Drip Irrigation

How to install a hardwood floor

Make a Handy Razor Blade Scraper from a Scrap of Wood

Portable Wheelchair ramps

Easy Bird Feeder Hangers

Garbage Can and Flower Pot Tandoor Oven

Build an Easy 5 x 5 Home Greenhouse for under $25

How to build your own desktop zen garden

Cleaning Products

Get Wax Out of Carpet

How to Use a Magnet to find Studs

Selecting Exterior Paint

How to Paint Clean Lines

Controlling Outdoor Pests

How to mount a shelf with wood shelf brackets

Bag Leaves the Easy Way

How to Make a Garden Fountain Out of, Well, Anything You Want

Fast Fence Repair

How to paint walls

Energy Saving Checklist

How to unclog sink pipes

Fix the seal on your oven door

Shower Head Plugged

Fixing ceiling holes made by drywall anchors

How to Clean Mold from a Wood Floor

5-Minute Project: Drill-Powered Skateboard

Build Your Own Backyard Fire Pit

Watering can No stress

Simple Workbench

Remove a stripped screw or bolt.

Hot Summer Lawn Watering

Sprucing up Outdoor Furniture

Weed Control - Part 1

Weed Control - Part 2

Lawn Care - Grub control

Painting the Exterior of Your House

Drop vs. Broad Spreader

Four Step Fertilization

Garbage Cans

Caulking a Tub

Choosing the Right Surge Protector

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    Tip 4 years ago on Introduction

    Pertaining to the heat and air thermostat located on the double walls on double wides or modular homes. The hole behind the thermostat needs to be sealed after wires are attached. Otherwise it is possible to pull a draft through the wiring hole so that the thermostat does not work properly. I found out by high electric bill. I could feel a cool air draft coming from behind the thermostat causing it to not work properly. These walls extend into the attic space with up to a half inch space between them pulling cold and hot air down the wall out the back of the thermostat.