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    • My guess is you have a poor connection upstream of those fuses limiting the voltage/current when F2 load is applied.  However, if your windows are working normal with F2 pulled, makes me doubt my guess.  What is F2 size & load? With F2 pulled, I’d measure the voltage at the fuse block when you operate the windows.  If it drops significantly, it strengthens my guess. Good luck!
    • Electrical I don't see a problem. One typically  drills holes in studs. I would go up and over. More wire. I also think I would paint the outside. Believe that hold up better. But goggle says paint house every 5-7 years. Stain and seal might hold up just as good. I might talk myself out thinking about that.
    • As far as I am able to find, there is no age at which it is mandatory to start taking Social Security payments but at age 70 your SS benefits stop increasing and there is nothing gained by not getting it. You do not have to be receiving SS in order to get Medicare and probably should unless you have employer provided health insurance. 
    • That is an interesting theory, but if you really wish to get an idea of the book's controversial thesis. there is a pretty good review of it by Publisher's Weekly on the internet. 
    • I think that I'd have the same issues with that type construction that I have to the log home kits. With any wood exterior there is a lot of outside maintenance. Since that company has been in business for 7 years, I think that I would want to visit some of the first structures built from the blocks. 
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