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MINZELLE OLIVERIA
I'm looking for planter boxes
by MINZELLE OLIVERIA 
March 28th, 2013
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March 29th, 2013
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yellow 6 inch boxes
by Manage My Life 
November 27th, 2010
Tags: Televisions
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The 6" lines are caused by a problem in the LCD panel itself. The LCD panel would have to be replaced to fix the issue. The panel is the most expensive part in the TV and the typical repair cost for this would be about what a TV cost new.
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November 30th, 2010
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Are self cleaning litter boxes less work than traditional boxes?
by Manage My Life 
October 30th, 2009
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The self cleaning boxes scoop the litter for you, but it's still important to clean out the bin once a day and refill the box with fresh litter.
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October 30th, 2009
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Should I use scavenged boxes?
by Manage My Life 
October 30th, 2009
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You can save money by getting boxes from liquor stores, dumpsters, and grocery stores, and you may have friends who can donate boxes as well. But if the boxes are of many different sizes, loading the truck will be more difficult. If you have only two or three sizes of box, then loading is much easier, and you can fit more into a truck or van.
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October 30th, 2009
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What are the best free packing boxes?
by Manage My Life 
October 30th, 2009
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To make stacking easy and find several types of boxes that are the same size and stick with those. Banana boxes are ideal large boxes; you can get them at grocery stores. Certain brands of liquor boxes will be of the same size.
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October 30th, 2009
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What are the advantages of medium and smaller boxes?
by Manage My Life 
October 30th, 2009
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If you will be carrying boxes by hand, you should certainly use medium to small boxes for heavy items. And having smaller boxes makes it easier to access important things if it will take you several days or more to unpack. But a lot of small or medium boxes can increase the time you spend packing and unpacking.
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October 30th, 2009
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Eric Niff
What are the best boxes for paperwork and files?
by Eric Niff 
October 30th, 2009
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Use boxes made specifically for holding files. They are strong, and have hinged or removable lids, so you don't have to tape them and you can easily access your documents. Some are tall enough so you can set in files upright and tickle through them to find what you need.
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October 30th, 2009
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Where should service boxes be located?
by Manage My Life 
April 26th, 2007
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Service boxes can be indoors or outside and are sometimes in garages. If they're outside, they have to be weather-tight. This usually means flush mounted in the wall. In Canada, house services usually have to be indoors. They can be surface-mounted or recessed into the wall. Service boxes on exterior walls are sometimes locked for security. This may make it impossible to shut off the power quickly in an emergency. If this practice is common in your area, find out what the position of the utility company is. The utility may suggest removal of the lock, or a specific location for the key. Distribution panels should not be locked.

Electrical equipment should be at least three feet from indoor gas meters and outdoor gas relief vents. Boxes should be mounted at eye level and should be easily accessible. As a general rule of thumb, the area 30 inches to 3 feet in front of the box should not be obstructed. When located inside the house, service boxes should not be in bathrooms, clothes closets, kitchen cupboards or stairwells, for example. Boxes in bathrooms are a shock hazard. Boxes in clothes closets or cupboards are a fire hazard because they may ignite storage or clothing.

Poor access may be the result of

building over or around the box

storage near the service box

Poor location is an installation problem.

The box may not be accessible in an emergency to shut off power. Poor locations are fire or safety hazards.

Make sure the box is accessible. If it's locked, everyone in the house should know where the key is kept. Watch for boxes too close to gas meters or outdoor gas vents, or in bathrooms, stairwells, clothes closets or cupboards. Use common sense to decide whether the box location presents a hazard. If not, we do not recommend change. Most codes are not retroactive, and authorities also use their discretion in asking people to move service boxes.
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April 24th, 2008
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Eric Niff
How should I label packed boxes?
by Eric Niff 
October 30th, 2009
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Label boxes with the room they should go in, as well as a general idea of the contents. Label several sides, so you will be sure to see the labels while boxes are stacked. Simply write on the boxes with a felt-tipped marker, or draw onto self-stick labels, or use pre-printed labels supplied by movers. Use different colors of marker or label for different rooms.
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October 30th, 2009
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Mike Morris
What are the advantages and drawbacks of very large boxes?
by Mike Morris 
October 30th, 2009
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You should certainly use large boxes for bedding and other bulky, light items. If you will be using a hand truck, you can load heavier things into large boxes, as long as they are strong enough. This is a good idea if you will unpack quickly. But if things will stay in boxes for a few days, large boxes could make it difficult to access possessions.
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October 30th, 2009
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