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Malinda 4 days ago
#21 Chair looks like it could fit if pivoted properly.
       
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Cene 4 days ago
Malinda,
My thoughts exactly. Maybe they should practice by playing some Tetris.
       
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Claudia 4 days ago
Malinda,
They likely tried that. I would hope that the window is the style that could be opened and tilted for cleaning, and bring it in that way; easier than removing part of the door jamb.
       
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Armena 4 days ago
Claudia,

Recip tool and proper flat-bar would have that 3/4" door jamb off in a couple minutes. Easy to replace with some caulk and a fresh slap of paint.

Bob's your uncle.
       
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Jem 4 days ago
#12 So stop and take a picture of it and post in online. This will help save time for you> fool
       
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Julian 4 days ago
Jem,
#12 should just give up, on everything, in life
       
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Mima 4 days ago
Jem,
Didn't work here.
       
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Henrietta 4 days ago
#36 beans were in a glass bowl. Were you reheating a glass bowl on a stove element, because it looks like you did, so you shouldn't be surprised...
       
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Lissia 3 days ago
#4 had that happen once. Except it wasn't poop, but a dead bird the cat had left as a present. The living room looked like a murder scene....
       
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Cameron 1 day ago
#1 That NOT mold. It's pectin residue, and very common on homemade jams, but can be found in manufactured ones that were not skimmed we'll.
       
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Cameron 1 day ago
#5 That IS mycelia from fungal spores. Not bacteria, but since you don't know the type of mushroom, best to let it go.
       
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