Kansas Regenerative Medicine Center - Advancing access and quality care in the area of adult stem cell regenerative medicine benefitting inflammatory and degenerative conditions.
Country: 126.96.36.199, North America, US
City: -118.3928 California, United States
Nothing but problems since recent windows 10 update... product not working as it should -- waiting several days for customer support to help me-
This is an amazing product. I have light multi colored stone on my patio which is into it's third season. It was dark and had embedded mold spots. I cleaned it with a Scott product which was not very good with removing the mold. The installer of the patio wanted to power wash and then refill the sand which was costly. I went online and discover wet and forget and it is the best. You mix it in a garden sprayer, four to one. Just spray and the rain does the rest. All the mold spots are gone and I love my beautiful stone once again.
LOVE this stroller! My three year old loves it too! I'm excited about the ease of use, the huge sun canopy, and the sleek design. I'm not crazy about the tiny drink holder but there are two pockets in the stroller for kids and a big storage basket for water bottles so it's a small sacrifice. Would buy it again and recommend to a friend in a heartbeat!
I have a standard heating/AC unit. Back in June 2012, I had my Heating & Cooling company install a Bryant 986TA42060V17A gas furnace, a Bryant 116BNA024000BAAA condenser w/ CNPNP2417ATA coil, a Aprilaire 600 M humidifier, and a Nest Thermostat T100577. All wiring from the breaker box to the units and to the thermostat were replaced. It worked great during the summer. Then when it came time to heat the house, that's when the problem started to occur. While on heat, my AC unit was on, to the point of the line having frost on it. My heating and cooling company came out 4 times, using two different Gen 1's and even a Gen 2, yet the same problem was occurring. Apparently, based on documentation found by my heating/cooling company, the common wire (usually blue) is used to keep the Nest battery charged. Many units apparently don't use a common wire, therefore, when that occurs, the Y1 (AC wire) is used to keep the battery charged. Due to that signal/charge, it is actually starting my AC while the thermostat is set to heat. I've read that for some, it triggers the AC fan only to run while on heat. Nest stated that the model numbers I've provided isn't on their list of approved ac/heating units, however, that really doesn't mean that the Nest won't work with models that aren't on their list. In my case, clearly their thermostats do not work with newer Bryant systems. Its a great thermostat, no doubt. I was so disappointed when I had to accept the fact that I will not be able to use a Nest.... The moral of the story, if you have issues with the Nest keeping the batter charged, or using the Y1 wire to charge the unit, and/or both ac and heating running at the same time, or the ac fan blowing while in heat mode, or whatever else might be the issue, return it before the 30 day period because if you can't get it to work first time around, you will never get it to work. And for those who buy them during the summer. Run your heater for awhile, then turn it off heat and turn it on AC, let it run awhile. Then turn it back to heat for while and see if the ac fan starts running. The last Nest installed, it took two days before it started turning on my AC. I think Nest needs to find another way to keep the battery charged or give it a replaceable battery. I think they would have better chance of their Nest working with more units if they used a hearing aid battery OR, having a way to turn the battery off charge mode and using a replaceable battery as an option if the use suffers these sorts of problems. My local Lowe's said they've had numerous returns on Nests, primarily battery related, either the AC fan turning on during heat or the Wifi repeatedly kept disconnecting from the until, while their PCs were having no problems connecting to Wifi. If the Nest keeps disconnecting from Wifi, its an indication that the battery is not holding a charge or receiving a charge. My friend has a new Carrier/Atlas Butler and her Nest works great with her system. Congrats to those who have Nests that work great... I wish I could say the same.... I ended up buy the Honeywell Prestige IAQ Comfort System w/ Wifi. It works like a champ. It handles humidity exceptionally well and I can control it from my iPhone. A professional must install it because it has monitors hooked to the various components to monitor failures, which then alerts your phone.