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Make sure the drill bit has sharp cutting edges...

Make sure the drill bit has sharp cutting edges and is for use on steel, rotating at reasonable speed ( drill has time to cut a continuous chip) and use lots of cutting oil (reduces friction)....
08-16-19, 03:52 AM
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The 12 V, 2000ma power supply is fine since...

The 12 V, 2000ma power supply is fine since 2000ma is 2 A. You may need a plug adapter since not all countries use parallel rectangular slots on their outlets.
08-08-19, 04:27 AM
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Those are your words not mine. Difficult to...

Those are your words not mine. Difficult to provide help when the problem is not clearly described. I would be a little more humble when looking for help but you seem smart enough to fix it yourself.
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Don't know how many tanks per mow or mows per...

Don't know how many tanks per mow or mows per tank or how many times you have run out of gas. I would take the gas cap off and use a dip stick before each mowing.I would then use time as indicator to...
08-02-19, 04:12 AM
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What are we becoming as people when turning...

What are we becoming as people when turning on/off water to the clothes washer has to be discussed. Washer installation instructions says to turn water on before use and off after use. If you don't...
07-24-19, 03:31 AM
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If you can solder, clean the nicked area and melt...

If you can solder, clean the nicked area and melt solder over the area. The patch will last as long as the pipe. You will need to drain the water from hot water pipes (at least to a level below the...
06-18-19, 04:00 AM
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What instrument are you using to test the outlet...

What instrument are you using to test the outlet voltage?
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I would not create an overhang by using the 4...

I would not create an overhang by using the 4 inch side of a 2x4. The overhang will receive nails from the roof sheathing, drip edge and shingles. This is a lot of pounding. If your roof truss is...
06-10-19, 03:43 AM
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Is it possible to use a jack to take the weight...

Is it possible to use a jack to take the weight off the post and then turn the threaded part of the support post? Can't tell if there is a through hole in the base plate for the threaded part to pass...
06-04-19, 04:17 PM
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Have a friend with a boat trailer?

Have a friend with a boat trailer?
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Unless you are saving the garbage, what does it...

Unless you are saving the garbage, what does it matter if it is in 1 or 100 pieces? The garbage collection company doesn't care.
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Try moving the breaker for the LED lights to the...

Try moving the breaker for the LED lights to the other hot side of the split phase input to the breaker panel. I am assuming power outlet for the computers is currently on same hot side as LED...
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I would start by replacing idler pulley bearing,...

I would start by replacing idler pulley bearing, or idler pulley with bearing if that is the way it is sold. Hopefully this fixes the problem. If not and the new belt is not from Deere, I would take...
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When the mechanism to power the blades is in the...

When the mechanism to power the blades is in the engage position, the idler pulley should be under constant tension due to it's attached spring unless the belt is too long, The only time the idler...
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The more you drink of either, the easier the...

The more you drink of either, the easier the cleaning chore becomes. lol
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The resistance of LED lamps is less than...

The resistance of LED lamps is less than incandescent bulbs. In a circuit, decreasing the resistance results in a current increase. My guess is your flasher control operates on heating and the...
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