I'm trying to replace the kitchen sink for the wife. Sure I could go hire someone to do this, but I've been reading all about it, watching YouTube, etc. I can't even get any of these loose to remove the old faucet. What tools do I need? I've tried with my hand, wrench, and just leverage with random tools, but nothing. And I'm guessing it's an old design, cause I haven't seen these on any video, and even the lines are copper (I've read that copper is old school these days).
Leave the faucet and remove it after you remove the sink, if you need it. Disconnect the drains and water supply lines. Use 2 wrenches on those copper lines. One on each side of the connection, hold one and spin the other one. Remember! Righty tighty, lefty loosey!
Hah, I never thought to remove the entire sink, and then remove the faucet. That sounds far more fun than trying to fit under the sink, in the dark, yelling profanities. Let me double-check, and see what removing the sink would entail...
Then remove those clips holding the sink to the counter (upper left in pic). Then use a thin putty knife or razor blade around the edge of the sink where it sits on your counter top, there is probably putty or silicone around that edge. Then use the faucet to help lift the sink away from the counter.
So guys I had a motorcycle accident a while ago I had to do a evasive maneuver with a following emergency break due a pedestrian crossing the street while red light which caused my bike to slide right away under my ass. Bike has obviously taken some damage which is to my luck only cosmetic .Most of damage like speedometer and the bent breaking handle is already taken care of. In the process of sliding away under my ass my front break handle bent over and hit my gastank twice leaving two small dents and the paint just broke off so I wanted to put some putty on the dents to fill... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hello /diy/ I'm trying to repair these threeway Realistic Optimus speakers I bought a few years ago. They have a slight rattle and don't sound great. I was going to use the website SimplySpeakers to get some replacements for it.
What should I get? I don't know how to check the size of the speakers or if I should get fullrange or a woofer for the larger one. Kind of new to it. Any help is appreciated.
Kawaii deco anon here ^^ Recently ive purchased a sheet o super cute 3d stickers, however they've started to peel off at the edges, particularly the bigger ones like the ice cream cone :/ The same is happening to the ones on my phone. Is there any way to fix them or are the stickers simply no good or not usable for handheld devices?
>>929571 Depending on how permanently you want them on there, you could always try and seal them in some way, maybe a Mod-Podge like spray (but please do some experimenting first!!)
You may want to try asking /cgl/ as well if you haven't already, but don't make a new thread or they'll tear you a new one. Try the help thread, or a decora or craft thread if one's up. Check the catalog.
Hello /diy/, first time here. I have been creating some 3d printed add on kits for transformers and I would like to make these 3d printed parts into actual plastic pieces. I'd like to use some sort of mold. The video below inspired me to do this. I'm mainly looking for any sort of tips, tricks, and advice from the board. Thanks a ton!
So I've stumbled across globalindustrial.com and other, similar "commercial-centric" websites that seem to sell everything and anything and it got me thinking...what sort of industrial/commercial equipment can you buy online (or wherever, like at auction) that one could use for the DIY lifestyle (and/or mischief). e.g. telephone company "butt-sets" that you can use with ye olde phone cables.
Industrial surplus sites are where its at. High quality products at rock bottom prices. I recommend Meci.com There are plenty of others though so just browse search engines a little. Meci interface sucks but their electrical section is a gold mine for numerous projects
I was wondering if any of you know how to build an effective dehumidifier since i believe it was discussed here multiple times before. So i have a tiny bathroom and when it's closed it will have condensed water on the window, the window goes along the roof so it is sideways, as you can see this has created a little mold before and needs to be replaced eventually.
I still have a little bit of NaOh left from making pcbs, i heard that is good at sucking up the water in the air. But I'd rather use something else if possible.
Hello. I would like to build an ADSL filter tester, so the result of the test is much more precise than simply disconnecting all ADSL filters in the place and hearing for modem noise in one of them. But I could not find projects in electronic sites...
>>927447 >Voice calls operate between 300Hz and 3.4KHz, and include also DC power (0-72V DC at on-hook condition, typically 0-60 mA current and lower voltage at on-hook) and rign voltage (typically 40-80 V AC at 20-25 Hz freuquency). Is this actual? I though this difference in ringing was eliminated with the telephones with internal ringing circuits. This is true worldwide?
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