The hydraulic handbrake in my rally car isn't working. Please help. >Tires won't turn when the car is jacked up. >Hanbrake is hard when i pull it (With a few cm slack at the beginning) >Won't lock tires at speed Any solutions? Have bled it. Even flow.
I picked up this broken psp that was listed as not charging. At first i wired a tp4056 circuit to the battery terminals but it would not charge. then i read sony batteries have a chip inside so i wired an 18650 cell to the board. i have a charger on the way but it won't power on so is it worth doing anything with? or what should i do next
>>927043 buy a new battery? even if the old one still have some juice left you will end up needing new one. If it still doesn't charge, check up the charging circuit on board - starting from the connector and up until the battery lead.
>>927054 the led on the tp4056 board went blue so indicated the psp battery had full charge but it read almost 0v on meter and the same when I opened it up and measured the lithium cells directly. Is there any way to test it out before i spend more money on it? I soldered the 18650 to two pins directly without the board in the picture but it would not power on either.
so you saing wiring the PSP directly to a power supply doesent works either? I'm not sure but shit might have resistance measurements like the apple crap has that stops them charging from "non-genuine" chargers... if that's not the case, try measuring values from the battery to the power button. In the end, the shitty button might went bad from the previous nigger's greasy fingers
I am attempting to construct a multifunction desk. I found this design online and would not really care to drop the 10k+ for it. I would also find it fun to build myself. I just cannot seem to figure out from the pictures how to go about making the mechanism. Any ideas?
extra photos can be found here. http://www.ecosystemsbrand.com/BADA.html
Whats the best (and cheapest) way to plaster up sand walls to make sure they don't cave in?
I'm constructing an underground room at the moment and need to decide on a method. I've though about using concrete, but would it stick and if I mix it with sand would it be thick enough to smear onto the walls?
I was told by my father I should build a frame inside using 2x4s and hang chickenwire off them, then mash cement into the wire and against the wall.
>>925965 How deep underground and how large would you want your new grave to be? If it's really sand, nothing would help to keep it from caving in after a heavier rain (ok, something would - digging the site up and constructing a proper shelter before covering the structure with sand again).
There are special formulations of concrete used in such a scenario, usually referred to as shockrete but chances are you don't have the means of producing it or pumping it. You're probably better off using timber supports but unless you know what you're doing (i.e. old timey mining techniques) there's a good chance you'll kill yourself anyway
There is a ladoll clay. Minimal shrinkage air dry clay. Denofangels has a couple guides in their doll annex. If you want to cast them to mass produce them you need need to make a form, and get resin, and have a pressure casting machine to get bubbles out of the resin.
I want to cut off that component on the top left. Does anybody know what it is and whether that will influence radio reception? I desoldered the plug as I am solely working with batteries for my project.
One more thing. The plug was originally soldered to this same component. I desoldered it from it. I wonder whether this is some kind of transformer? Since I desoldered the plug maybe I don't actually need it anymore.
Hey guys, I need help fixing my air con, but I don't know exactly what the problem is. Sometimes, when I turn it off, the engine keeps working as if it didnt, even the wind hole closes. Is this a common problem? Can I fix it by myself or is it a job for a pro? Pic is the model
>>929310 does it eventually turn off and does the outside unit cease to run? If so then your set. Heat pumps slowly let off and let on the electricity to reduce the startup amperage which plays in part to why they are energy efficient.
if it's your intention to apply power between the black/red bunch and the white bunch, then that is definitely not the correct way. you have to consider that the sensor part is a switch, so it has a black and white for power, then a switched red to power the bulb.
so the red from the sensor should go to the black from the lamp, and only only there. the neutral whites are OK as is. anyway, this is my recollection from wiring one a year or so ago, so i'm not 100% sure.
>>927908 "new house"? Your window is single plane and there is gap in the frame to let air in otherwise it cannot be this serious, this is a fucked up window install, you will need to replace the entire frame if you ever hope to fix this, no amount of plastic sheeting will protect you from single plane glass plus a non-standard shit frame
>>927864 Visually check krausen and bubbling of the airlock. Apart from that just wait and check the gravity at the end. It's not like there's much you can do about it during primary fermentation. Well, apart from maybe pitching some more yeast if fermentation doesn't want to start.
I'm customizing this old wood box and I want to reverse-stain a design on it and I guess I should check before making any mistakes
I've already sanded the old ink out and the rest just because, and I'm gonna >Cut a design in vinyl with a plotter >Stick it on top >Stain the wood a darker color >Wait for it to dry >Remove vinyl >Apply clear varnish Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>929193 Exact on the dot answer here. Though you could explore alternatives such as C# experience with Xamerian Visual Studio or if you have no experience at all then you could use MIT App Inventor- though I need remind you it is shit tier.
>>928723 For a cool sciencey solution that might not work, rub the plastic with a microfiber cloth until it becomes statically charged (if it zaps you, you have to start again). That way the dust will stick to the plastic when you move it and hopefully not become airborne.
For a more down to earth solution, get a spraybottle of water and spray lightly mist the plastic. Wet dust will stick together and not create a huge plume when you agitate it.
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