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If you look at my video, when I have the cover off the humidifier, you can see a small circuit board on the right hand side. It has a transformer on it to supply 24 volts. My guess is that you need a new circuit board. Find the part number and google for it. I think it might be this one.http://www.generalaireparts.com/general-aire-ga4238-relay-circuit-board.html
If your Nest thermostat is not connected to the humidifier then it won't draw down the voltage. The humidifier fan runs on 120VAC and the little board makes 24VAC to go out to the humidistat and control the valve.
Where are you measuring this voltage? The humidifier should be powered with 120 Volts AC. In what way is your humidifier not working? What are the symptoms?
Yes, it looks like the very top of the p-trap has a nut that you can loosen. You then unscrew the nut directly under the sink and the drain should come up and out of the p-trap. All the replacement drains I have seen at the hardware store have poppers, so you may have to drill a hole for the popper push rod.
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Diamond blades are almost smooth with just a very fine coating of diamond dust. This means they are great for cutting things like tile and porcelain, because they grind away millions of microscopic particles, rather than larger chunks like most other blades. By taking smaller bites, the blade puts much less overall stress on the material being cut.
Yes, exactly, and it works exceedingly well. And it still works fine for overflow. Dual use.
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Does your method kill the mole?
Actually, all you need is an on/off foot switch, and those are really easy to use. You just plug them into the outlet and plug your wheel into the switch. Look for a "momentary" or "deadman" foot switch. They cost about $20, and are typically used with power tools such as wood routers. Here is one I just found on Amazon.http://amzn.com/B000LJNJOEThis wheel runs at a good speed, if your hands are on the clay, but too fast, if not. Simply press on the pedal, when you are working, and let off otherwise.