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Dash and Instrument lights

I have a Toyota Tacoma 2003 and I have changed these lights before, like 10 years ago.

I can't remember where I bought these lights but does anyone know the size and where to buy these led bulbs?...
08-06-19, 12:28 AM
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Posted By WRDIY

Using a multi meters is way over my head for...

Using a multi meters is way over my head for this. So, I will stick with the information provided. :)
08-04-19, 03:07 PM
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Posted By WRDIY

On page 5, it provided the recommended amp: ...

On page 5, it provided the recommended amp:

Note: An optional 6 volt, 200 mA power
adapter (not included) can be used to
power the Receiver instead of batteries.


If it did not provide this,...
08-04-19, 02:44 PM
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Posted By WRDIY

Got it! So volt should be close to batteries...

Got it! So volt should be close to batteries while amperage can be more. Thank you to both for your knowledge.
08-04-19, 02:38 PM
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Posted By WRDIY

Thank you for confirming Joe. OK so I understand...

Thank you for confirming Joe. OK so I understand the volt now. What about the amps? If both are 6 volts, but one is 1 amp and the other is 2 amp, which would be more appropriate and why? Thank You
08-04-19, 01:11 PM
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Posted By WRDIY

AC-DC Adapter

I have bought another Driveway Alarm where the Receiver Module uses 3 C batteries.

See page 4
https://manuals.harborfreight.com/manuals/93000-93999/93068.pdf


I use a AC-DC ADAPTER 6 VOLTS DC...
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Posted By WRDIY

I have attached three pictures. It is a yellow...

I have attached three pictures. It is a yellow powder.
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Posted By WRDIY

Efflorescence on Masonry

We put in pavers about 10 years ago which covers 70% of the frontyard. In the last two years after heavy rain season, we see yellow powder on the pavers. It is also on all near by floors.

Would...
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Posted By WRDIY

You are awesome as always Mark! Thanks! Off...

You are awesome as always Mark! Thanks!

Off to Home Depot.
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Posted By WRDIY

Would staining be easier than painting? Just a...

Would staining be easier than painting? Just a thought.

https://i.pinimg.com/736x/08/00/bf/0800bf722ecbb9d82c1e3293e01a3cdf.jpg
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Posted By WRDIY

Hi MarkSR, Yes, it is a Cinder Block Wall...

Hi MarkSR,

Yes, it is a Cinder Block Wall similar to these:...
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Posted By WRDIY

Painting Concrete Block Wall

Hi,

My next door neighbor hired a contractor to paint his side of our concrete wall (sharing) last year. The final result is very smooth and I like it. While the contractor was doing it, I was...
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Your Processor (CPU) is adequate to fine. ...

Your Processor (CPU) is adequate to fine.

Your RAM is low which is bare minimum for 32 bit OS.

Three additional ways to speed up:

First, move the video file to a SSD (connected with SATA...
09-07-18, 12:54 PM
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Posted By WRDIY

Also, it there a way to tell the current total...

Also, it there a way to tell the current total load on the circuit?

Why not exceed 1800W? Is it because 15 amps x 120 volts (standard) = 1800W
09-07-18, 12:43 PM
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Posted By WRDIY

Just for clarification Ben, so are you saying...

Just for clarification Ben, so are you saying that I will have to install a receptacle and use this?

https://www.amazon.com/Adapter-100-240V-Transformers-Switching-Adaptor/dp/B019Q3U72M
09-07-18, 12:39 PM
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Posted By WRDIY

Thank you Ben! This is for the 25...

Thank you Ben!

This is for the 25 characters limit. :D
09-07-18, 12:25 PM
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Posted By WRDIY

Thanks for the reply Ben. It is separate from...

Thanks for the reply Ben. It is separate from security system and if I go this route, I would have to run the wires. There is an outlet with a wall switch already outside so I was wondering how I...
09-07-18, 12:22 PM
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Posted By WRDIY

Circuit (15 amp vs 20 amp)

This maybe an obvious question to ask but I am asking it anyway because I might learn something.

I have a 15 amp circuit which all of the lights to the house runs off of this circuit. I also have...
09-07-18, 12:10 PM
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Posted By WRDIY

DC to AC wiring

I have a siren that uses a DC plug. Something like this:

https://www.amazon.com/Adapter-100-240V-Transformers-Switching-Adaptor/dp/B019Q3U72M

I want to install it outside the house. Rather...
08-12-18, 10:49 PM
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Posted By WRDIY

Portable Gas Generator

I spend about 30 minutes each weekend on my front and back yards, using the following plug-in corded:

Blower
Weed Trimmer
Hedge Trimmer
Pole Saw


I was going to buy a new sets that are...
02-13-18, 02:18 PM
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Posted By WRDIY

I agree John and I will keep that in mind. ...

I agree John and I will keep that in mind. Thanks for the additional information and confirmation.
02-13-18, 12:35 PM
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Posted By WRDIY

I found this wire diagram. Pretty similar to...

I found this wire diagram. Pretty similar to what I am doing.

http://www.mourningwood.com/images/Motion_Sensor_Outlet_02.jpg
02-12-18, 10:47 PM
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Posted By WRDIY

Ray, yes, thanks for the correction. It is a...

Ray, yes, thanks for the correction. It is a lamp cord with a plug. This setup is a mobile motion detector receptacle box.
02-12-18, 10:33 PM
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Posted By WRDIY

Question Wired Outdoor Motion Detector to Receptacle

I have connected a motion detector to a receptacle. It works but I still would like to run the wiring by for review.

The power source is from an old lamp wire.

Motion Detector (Red wire) to...
12-03-17, 11:52 PM
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Posted By WRDIY

Thanks for the info and thanks for sharing Vic.

Thanks for the info and thanks for sharing Vic.
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