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Toyota Tacoma fuse for cig lighters & clock

Last night I apparantly blew the fuse for the 3 cigarette lighters & clock. That seems to be the only things that aren't working. Radio is fine.
My cell phone was charging when it rang...
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Yup, that's what I used. No luck with the metal...

Yup, that's what I used. No luck with the metal blade. :(
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ski chopping update

I used a hole-boring bit to make the holes I needed, which worked great.

Miter saw for chopping in half...not so good. As soon as the blade touched the ski it started sparking. So I stopped. ...
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my inspiration ...

my inspiration

http://www.skiwineracks.com/products.html
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Hi Chandler, What do you mean by cup ends? ...

Hi Chandler,
What do you mean by cup ends?

I was going to just use the hole saw, and yes, I've got it down on how to make a smooth hole without going all the way through the other side! But...
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Yeah, I wondered about the fiberglass/metal...

Yeah, I wondered about the fiberglass/metal overheating.....which made me think perhaps a spade bit (like I use for drilling holes in bottles) and some water to cool it. I'll try the hole saw...much...
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ha ha I wouldn't call it a "good...

ha ha

I wouldn't call it a "good ski".....it's an "old ski". I'm making a wine rack.

Beer 4U2
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Sawing a ski in half

So does anyone have a recommendation whether I need a special type of blade to cut an old ski (fiberglass, not wood) in half? I'm going to use my compound miter saw.
Also, would a hole saw cut...
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98 Toyota Tacoma door bolt

There is a bolt that used to get loose on my driver's door, the one that holds the "hinge" which prevents the door from flinging open (in the center). Well after months of me having to tighten it...
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Thanks, Rick. My plan is to drill several...

Thanks, Rick.

My plan is to drill several holes in the box frame (each about the size of a penny), so that light will shine through the sides, as well as allowing air in. The glass cover will be...
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Build your own light fixture cover?

Ok, I realize this might be totally crazy but I am going to ask it anyway.
I have an older ceiling exhaust fan/light in my bathroom. It works fine but it's U-G-L-Y. I can't seem to find any that I...
12-03-07, 08:13 PM
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Try the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser.

Try the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser.
11-19-07, 11:00 PM
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Maybe try posting in the Going Green forums on...

Maybe try posting in the Going Green forums on here? You might also see if there is an organic store in your area, or a health food store. I know there is one in my town and they also carry a bunch...
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Old White Westinghouse oven, self-cleaning feature?

Howdy! In my condo I have an oven/range which was here when I bought it. It is a White Westinghouse KF3506DDO, s/n KFL87807. I would like to use the self-cleaning feature, but I have no idea how...
11-15-07, 11:17 PM
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Does that 1" tubing fit onto a standard blower...

Does that 1" tubing fit onto a standard blower that I might rent at a HD/Lowes? Seems to me that 1" isn't very big for the insulation to get through and it will clog up? That clear tubing looks...
11-15-07, 06:55 PM
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Blowing insulation in finished existing walls

I have a front wall that I would like to blow some cellulose insulation into. It is definitely lacking insulation. The facade of the home is brick, then it seems there is plywood behind the brick,...
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Thanks for all the advice. :D I have done some...

Thanks for all the advice. :D I have done some plumbing stuff before but this makes me nervous for some reason! I have changed 2 bathroom sink faucets out completely, and replaced a toilet and the...
11-13-07, 12:44 PM
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I spent the summer tearing up rugs and tack...

I spent the summer tearing up rugs and tack strips on the 2nd and 3rd floors of my house, so I feel your pain!

As far as the tack strips go, make sure you wear goggles and put some thick leather...
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you could give this link a try: ...

you could give this link a try:

http://www.paintscratch.com/paint-code.html

good luck!
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Drip drip drip drip....that's my tub faucet...drip drip drip

My tub faucet is dripping constantly. This has been going on for months now, but I have finally realized it is dripping hot water (which I pay to heat) so it has become a concern now that the price...
11-06-07, 09:22 PM
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Bending silverware (and not with my mind!)

Does anyone have any tips for bending silverware? I found some very cool ideas for silverware crafts online but the only luck I am having is bending the spot right at the base of the...
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I recently did a floating floor and used a pull...

I recently did a floating floor and used a pull saw to cut the door trim. Just put a scrap piece of floor next to the trim (so you get the right height) and then cut away.

I love this thing, and...
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Thanks, guys. It sounded too good to be true,...

Thanks, guys. It sounded too good to be true, but hey....we put a man on the moon, right? :) lol
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Question Ceramic paint additives - any reviews?

I read an article in the Parade magazine (that comes with the Sunday newpaper :coffee: ) about saving on your energy bills. One of the things I was interested in is the ceramic paint which allegedly...
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Yes, I cleaned the print heads on the underside...

Yes, I cleaned the print heads on the underside with the cleaner that came with the kit. The ink is flowing fine (when I take the cartridges out and blot with paper towel the ink moves freely), I...
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