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06-08-10, 05:43 PM
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3 speed ac motor

I am perplexed and need a little help. I have a three speed 115volt, 60hz, phase 1 AC electric motor. I have a 3 speed switch with four lugs. If you ohm it out the switch will give you three...
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planer joiner

I am having trouble making a straight edge with my Delta planer joiner. I know it is probably an operator error. When I edge plane a board I always seem to take more of the leading and trailing edge...
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Raised panel router bit

That is what I thought. You move the fence and not raise the bit. Thanks
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raised panel router bit

Bill;

I am still confused. I understand you can not do it in one pass. When you say depth of cut are you saying you raise the cutter height until you get the depth of cut needed or do you leave...
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raise panel router bits

Let me see if I can explain this. I bought a cove raise panel bit a while back and when I use it I barely raise the bit and cut all four sides and then I raise the bit some more and cut all four...
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Stool for child

Is there a standard ratio that a stool should be. For instance if the stool is a foot tall how wide should the feet be to give the child support without fear of the stool flipping out from under...
05-22-06, 01:06 PM
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Views: 1,752
Posted By daveishere

Unhappy Message for brentwoodpmg

I have been trying the super glue trick to fill in the scratchs on the mirror that we sent emails back and forth on way back in 3/30/2006. I did not have much luck. Maybe that is because the mirrow...
04-03-06, 07:36 AM
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Views: 1,752
Posted By daveishere

scratch

I will let everyone know how I come out. Other than the scratches in the mirror it was a great remodeling job.
03-30-06, 06:35 AM
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Posted By daveishere

scratches

I will try that. I have nothing to loose. Thanks
03-28-06, 06:55 PM
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Posted By daveishere

scratch

No the reflective coating is fine. It is the front of the glass.
03-28-06, 03:45 PM
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Posted By daveishere

scratch

Oh no it was glass. There are several links out there that mention it including one that is a doityourself link. Anyway it did not work. I know some companies make a liquid polymar or something like...
03-28-06, 02:43 PM
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Views: 1,752
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scratched

I have a very large mirror that I managed to put some scratches on the glass. I have tried the old tooth paste trick but did not have much luck. Does anyone know of a way to remove the scratches?
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03-14-06, 09:59 AM
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Views: 842
Posted By daveishere

Prep

I have removed all the wall paper from the walls and have filled in all the nicks and gouges with mud and have sanded the walls down. What is the next step to prepare the walls for painting? Do I...
03-10-06, 01:34 PM
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Posted By daveishere

damage to sheetrock

So I had to remove wallpaper where the walls were not sealed before the application of the wallpaper and now I have many dings, scrapes and damage to the paper layer of the wallboard. What is the...
03-07-06, 10:41 AM
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Angry Grrrr....wallpaper...grrrrr...

I see Sticky covered part of this...

This is my second time for removing wallpaper and I have read many sites that say "and that is all there is to it" but there has got to be more. The first time...
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exhaust fan in garage

My garage gets very hot when you park the cars in it and our deep freeze also resides in the garage. I have an exhaust fan that was rescued from my parents house and wish to install it in the roof of...
05-16-05, 08:31 AM
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Tool review

Does anyone know of a free site where wood working tools are compared? The one I seem to always find wants big bucks for just reviewing :wall:
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squaring up lumber

I have checked and everything seems square.....except my lumber. I noticed that when I looked at one end of it, it was wider on one end than the other. Naturally when you put what you thought to be a...
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Angry Squaring up lumber

Maybe I am expecting to much but..... I have a power planer and a planer jointer and I still can not seem to be able to make a perfectly square piece of wood. The joint between the pieces of wood are...
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Posted By daveishere

Router for mortise joints

Maybe I missed something or am confussed or just do not have all the facts so please help. I understand that you can use a plunge router for making mortise/tenon joints and I have in fact done so on...
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bubbles plus

Poly is not bad to put on but you must adhere to some certain facts. Never shake the can, never remove excess poly from the brush by wiping it in the lip of the can (it will add bubbles), use the...
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miter

Is this like crown molding because if it is this can get ugly. If I am hearing you correctly there are actually two different angles involved (in crown molding). One is 45 degrees and the other is...
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baby safe paint

I am in the process of rebuilding a high chair for a baby. I am not sure what the orginal paint was. I had to replace a lot of the wood and need to know what kind of paint should I use that is baby...
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Views: 958
Posted By daveishere

network

If I have cable internet what is the best and cheapest way to network it through either cables or wireless network to other computer units?
04-15-02, 07:24 AM
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Posted By daveishere

ceramic tile

We have had a ceramic floor installed and for some reason the grout is different color through out the floor. If they come back and redo the grout will it weaken the adheisve holding the ceramic...
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