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  1. True
  2. empty space so that it doesn't overheat anything
  3. Both A and B
  4. 40 and 80 psi
  5. will probably have reduced water volume and pressure
  6. The bathroom door sticks, which may have caused the drywall crack above it.
  7. All of the above
  8. 3..... 2..... 10
  9. ≥2:12
  10. ≥ 6"/10'
  11. 30
  12. Inspect the wood behind the siding by removing a piece.
  13. The full condensate pan tripped a condensate overflow switch. The unit turned off in order to ensure that condensate did not spill.
  14. Surety
  15. False
  16. True
  17. False
  18. A pin hole in the heat exchanger
  19. 20
  20. 100 feet horizontally
  21. Nails or screws in the floor
  22. The term for attaching two wires to a single fuse or breaker terminal
  23. Sensible and latent heat
  24. There must be a ground fault circuit interrupter.
  25. Anywhere from 1/8:1 to 1/2:1
  26. Lead particles freed in fine dust or vapors do not settle into carpet fibers
  27. a minimum of 3 feet above the roofline and 2 feet higher than any other obstruction within 10 feet
  28. An office or bedroom
  29. V-3 rule
  30. At least 5.7 sq. ft
  31. Check to see if the bedroom doors are undercut at the bottom
  32. A. Flemish bond (is a brick pattern)
  33. that a sub-panel is present
  34. An electric heater
  35. True
  36. 15
  37. Moved
  38. Post and beam construction, balloon framing, platform framing, ICF construction
  39. Conclusion
  40. valley
  41. a minimum of 3 feet above the roof line and 2 feet higher than any other obstruction within 10 feet
  42. 30
  43. 3
  44. 3/12
  45. White-rot fungi
  46. At the corners of the installation, such as around windows
  47. 15
  48. Potential safety issue
  49. C. A type of wafer board
  50. Looks like stucco but lacks a wire mesh
  51. Where there is not a vapor retarder applied to the floor of the attic, but there is insulation applied to the underside of the roof deck.
  52. This is allowed only if the additional load has been verified as acceptable by a certified engineer.
  53. False
  54. True
  55. At least 8"
  56. 40
  57. undersized
  58. 1
  59. False
  60. Floor joist
  61. Three
  62. Insufficient attic insulation
  63. Egress windows must have a clear height of at least 16 inches.
  64. Approved brace or box
  65. Over hydrated concrete.
  66. 8.33
  67. ≥ 3"
  68. All of the above
  69. Nominal 1- or 2-inch-thick members connecting opposite roof rafters. They serve to stiffen the roof structure.
  70. You select one electrical outlet to test in each room of the structure.
  71. An interior wall that is not connected to a loft or the second story floor joists
  72. 9 inches
  73. wood siding
  74. ≥8% of floor area
  75. a proper installation
  76. Risk of small children falling in the pool.
  77. Three light testers will not detect multiple wiring problems
  78. water-logged expansion tank
  79. The fuse box
  80. New, sharp cracks
  81. True
  82. >5 ft or into a drain pipe
  83. Consideration
  84. 6" fiberglass batt insulation
  85. It should be more than 12 inches thick and extend six inches beyond the fireplace on all sides.