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02-09-11, 08:58 PM
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Recessed or pop up Tv/Computer in Kitchen

I'd like to install a pop-up touchscreen TV/Computer in the island in my kitchen. Am wondering if anyone has tried this as I have not been able to find any mounts for such an application. I am not...
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Mako, Depending on how much driving you are...

Mako,

Depending on how much driving you are doing, you may want to check our the new Honda CBR125. Sure it has a small engine but will get up over 60 mph with a 160 lb rider. Honda introduced...
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TV Tuner for PC

Hi,

I'm looking for a new TV Tuner/PVR/Video conversion appliance so that I can connect a coax to my PC and watch/record TV. I also want to use it to encode analog video feeds froma camera. ...
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From memory I think the DeWalt saws have the...

From memory I think the DeWalt saws have the slide mounted vertically. By contrast the Makita is horizontal. This to me just makes more sense since with a mitre saw it is the horizontal rigidity...
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I've got a CH brad nailer and have had similar...

I've got a CH brad nailer and have had similar experiences. I did get a counter sink at 100 psi but only in very soft wood. I tried all sorts of things before trying a different nailer which is...
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I cracked the plastic insert in the dust bag on...

I cracked the plastic insert in the dust bag on my saw and returned to my place of purchase to order another. They let me take the one off of the demo (no charge) and keep it while they ordered...
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They've got a 3 year waranty on those saws (some...

They've got a 3 year waranty on those saws (some of the older ones and all Mastercraft Maximum's have 5 years) so if it is under warranty you may wish to consider simply returning it. CDN Tire...
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Occ

Am just getting into Welding and have been paying attention to the rare occasion when I see someone welding on a television show.

While watching an episode of Orange County Chopper the other day...
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Sanboy - one last tip. Be cautious to avoid...

Sanboy - one last tip. Be cautious to avoid anything with Tin, including primers containing tin.
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Screws it is then. With respect to the glue...

Screws it is then. With respect to the glue would that be between the two flat surfaces then or glue the actual screws in place?
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Table legs

I'm in the process of building a rustic kitchen table. I am using 4x4's for legs and sitting them on 2x4's that will lie flat on the ground and serve as feet. I am trying to figure out the best way...
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How about a cordless circular saw? Smaller blade...

How about a cordless circular saw? Smaller blade size and greater portability.
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Wow!! That is disappointing. I'll tell you what...

Wow!! That is disappointing. I'll tell you what approach I would use but I've been accused before of being overly aggressive with vendors so bear that in mind when you read my advice. Here's what...
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Thanks Lugnut, that is precisely the kind of...

Thanks Lugnut, that is precisely the kind of feedback I was looking for. as I mnetioned the BTS20 is a the top of a very short list for me. I don't expec to get a lot of use out of it but every...
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Views: 8,821
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Portable Table Saws

Anyone tried the new (relatively) portable type table saws? I've got a need for a table saw but cannot dedicate the space to one full time and having one that I need help to move in and out just...
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It might help if you provide a price range? ...

It might help if you provide a price range?

Whatever you get, I would ensure that it is returnable in case he already has one. Buying from the big stores will ensure this, though simply asking at...
06-07-05, 02:24 PM
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Thanks Twelvepole. I guess my thinking was that...

Thanks Twelvepole. I guess my thinking was that this forum is a pretty decent online reference point.

I've taken the advice suggested, and now leave the vents open during the day (and...
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I've done a bit of this (not an expert) and I...

I've done a bit of this (not an expert) and I found I could get away with smaller, cleaner holes if I was prepared to terminate the coax myself. Off hand I can't remember what size bit I used but it...
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Rikmoor, A few months ago I was in the same...

Rikmoor,

A few months ago I was in the same boat as you are now. I have a whack of sockets and was looking for something to finally get them all organized and in place. Problem was, I couldn't...
06-06-05, 01:51 PM
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Greenhouse humidifier

My greenhouse currently does not have power to it and I would rather not run any. I'd like to get a humidifier for my greenhouse and am wondering if there are any options that do not require power....
06-03-05, 07:58 AM
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Views: 751
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Thanks Nibsey. The greenhouse is outside and...

Thanks Nibsey.

The greenhouse is outside and does get a lot of sun (we get about 20 hours of daylight here at this time of year). I also have tomatoes in the greenhouse so I was trying to keep te...
06-02-05, 10:42 PM
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Views: 751
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Need help with Herbs

I've grown herbs on my deck in pots for a few years with moderate success. Thyme and rosemary were great. Basil and Dill could have been better. This year I decided to move to a greenhouse...
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Views: 1,533
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I agree with Sleeper; the laser feature may be...

I agree with Sleeper; the laser feature may be nice but not necessary. If you do go with laser, consider Bosch. One of their models has a dual laser so you can see where both sides of the blade...
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Views: 1,338
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Thanks Greg. I do already have a couple of...

Thanks Greg. I do already have a couple of drills (mostly older) but my 18V is approaching end of life (batteries are just about dead - probably reversed polarity on too many cells) and I wanted to...
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Mastercraft Maximum

For those in Canada, I need a little advice. Canadian Tire has a sale on right now for a Mastercraft Maximum 14V cordless impact gun. I've got a need for a new cordless drill for the home and am...
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