Ok guys I need some advice. I bought and installed this toilet a few months back in my downstairs bathroom, toilet works fine except that the seat won't stay up. It's a dick wacker. The toilet is level, I've adjusted the nuts under the seat a 1000 times but to no avail. There is a bunch of other people online bitching about the same problem with this model. My question is, does anyone have any ideas on how to remedy this situation without something obvious and stupid looking?
Well /diy/ I bought this tube tester/ voltohm meter and all I can find is pictures of it, nothing else. No schematic or anything. Now onto another issue with it, the meter itself vibrates when trying to read the tubes. Could that be because of AC current leaking through a bad filter capacitor?
>>948730 If it's anything like mine you're going to want to spend a day reworking every solder joint in the thing for starters, ongoing mechanical stress to sockets and switches tends to introduce fractures in the connections over time.
You'll also want to replace every cap in the damn thing. Pull the lids off and show us some guts shots so we can point you in the right direction.
I just finished installing new Formica laminate counters and when I used a butt joint instead of a miter. When I laid the second piece down, I noticed that the joint was great up to about 5 inches back from the backsplash. Now there is maybe a 1/32 gap (maximum) down to 0 gap over 4-5 inches. The front is tight. Any ideas what to use to fill the gap and so I can then try to color match it? >pic semi related
It would help if you were to post what it is you are trying to make and the task it will be used for.
You're a mug if you get conned into using that pocket hole shit. At best it's useful for applications where you're fixing in panels into cabinets and there is no load on it.
If I were to guess by looking at the castors you have set up I'd presume its some sort of trolley.
You're better off setting up something in a 'rail and style' pattern so the load is directly on the castors and spread over the wood grain, rather than... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I always been stashing away various lenses Ive came across, but can you actually do something fun and interesting with them, besides burning ants? Pic related is what I have (only the tiny black one is diverging lens)
I'm trying to incorporate two bearings on the ends of same axle into my DIY contraption.
The problem is mounting them in alignment. Currently the main issue is 15mm I.D bearing being used on 14mm axle. Centering is achieved by a strip of metal wound around axle, but the stack of washer, split washer and nut still manages to tilt the bearing.
Another, albeit smaller issue is that the "housing" for 35mm O.D. bearing is made by 32mm hole saw and then expanded by hand using a file.
How do i fix this? Completely different approach or some tweaks... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm back, is it getting prettier? It's a straight cool system with electric heat. T-stat was a honeywell T3110d so I used lovely relay logic to make it sequence properly. Screw you guys, I'm pleased with myself.
Last thread was great, my favorite was about my apparent lack of professionalism. I'm in school, I'm saving that for when I can call myself a professional.
>>952011 I'm the guy in class everyone goes to for help. I already have respect from my peers, I like to see others trying to flaunt their weak bullshit. It gives me erotic pleasure when people think I care.
>>949490 you did... ok. dremels atm are at their worst, and they all have a terrible reputation. go easy on it and repair as soon as anything starts breaking. first thing id do if i was you is open it, change ball bearings to ceramic, make sure everything is oiled up
I was aware of what you said, but everything I read pointed me to the dremel, primarily because of the availability of spares. The RTX from black and decker looked good and cheaper, but had issues finding replacement brushes for example.
Again, I don't imagine Chinese knockoffs would be better n that respect. At least this thing comes with 24 months of limited warranty.
So I installed a ceiling fan light kit and it doesn't work for some reason.
I checked the wires that said they were for lights with a multimeter and they were dead. I tried all combinations of light switches and things of that nature but nothing works. The fan works fine though.
>>951773 how old is your house? and have you lived in it for a long time? .. reason why i ask is that if you live in an old home (like i do, house built in 1939) the house has more than likely had electrical added, changed, amended, tapped, removed, repaired or disconnected in one way or another this is also assuming that the work done over the years was with at most a qualified electrician and at least a deranged enthusiastic do-it-yourselfer with no knowledge of wiring (more than likely it is usually done by someone... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>952294 forgot to mention i helped an electrician friend of mine (he had over 30 years of experience) move my old ancient panel box from main floor to the basement we carefully labeled lines from the panel box and marked them to the circuits in the house at one point he disconnected an entire circuit from the panel and we both thought it was dead he picked up the line and got a shock - he just shook a bit and said it was still live - i touched it and fell back, convulsing like an idiot turns out that after... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I have 2 broken wires for my life proof case so I decided to combine the parts that work to make a wire that works again but it somehow doesn't work right the wires aren't touching but I only get sound when I add that splitter and plug the earphones in half way. What am I doing wrong?
What is your budget? There is a few portable 720p DLP LED projectors under $500. You just need space in the dorm room and a blank wall to project your video on. If you don't have room then just buy a first surface mirror on ebay and use it to reflect the image from the projector on a wall with only 12-15 inches depending on the zoom level of the projector.
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