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Here's a picture of the entire thing. I examined...

Here's a picture of the entire thing. I examined the handle bases and there doesn't seem to be any set screws for me to access. I've seen tutorials on youtube of people simply unthreading these bases...
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Hmm, yeah it's a little recessed, which is part...

Hmm, yeah it's a little recessed, which is part of the confusion. Maybe I'll leave it until we decide to completely change things out. But in the meantime.. I still need to fix a leak. What do you...
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Posted By Aronson Stack

How to remove Moen faucet...

Hello, been replacing some faucet sets in my home. Each room is a brand-new adventure. This one under the cabinet in an upstairs bathroom has stopped me in my tracks. I take it, we're supposed to...
04-06-14, 03:02 PM
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Posted By Aronson Stack

Have not remedied this. Is there anybody else...

Have not remedied this. Is there anybody else that can confirm that using the shut-off valve is okay to stop the drips?
04-02-14, 04:03 AM
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Posted By Aronson Stack

Thank you Allan, very informative, but...

Thank you Allan, very informative, but intimidating now. LOL!

It is really a small leak. I really don't want to get into this if I don't have to. Regarding the last few sentences of your post......
03-27-14, 11:07 PM
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Posted By Aronson Stack

Ahh! Thanks Furd! I'll get a set and see if...

Ahh! Thanks Furd! I'll get a set and see if tightening it will fix the leak.
03-27-14, 07:49 PM
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Posted By Aronson Stack

Here are some pictures to show what I'm dealing...

Here are some pictures to show what I'm dealing with. I can't even twist or budge the Cylinder Arms. How would you replace something like this?

In the third picture I have an arrow pointing to a...
03-27-14, 07:22 PM
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Posted By Aronson Stack

Shower-arm leak.. need advice.

Hey Guys, the shower in our master bed is leaking. No amount of tightening the hot and cold handles will shut it off. I had good luck with another bathroom several years ago, all it took were...
01-12-14, 04:20 PM
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Posted By Aronson Stack

Turned out I didn't need a splitter. I have cable...

Turned out I didn't need a splitter. I have cable in 4 of my rooms, and the source is a 4 way splitter, so naturally I thought each cable occupied a port. But it turns out that 2 of the rooms shared...
01-10-14, 12:54 AM
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Posted By Aronson Stack

Very helpful info. Thank you guys! I had to...

Very helpful info. Thank you guys!

I had to google ONT though. LOL! Optical Network Terminal.. Never knew the name for that box in my garage. I'll do as taz420 suggested, "use a two-way splitter...
01-09-14, 02:24 AM
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Posted By Aronson Stack

Instead of cutting and compressing cables, I...

Instead of cutting and compressing cables, I decided to clear out the clutter and I was able to get to the source at the Verizon box. They installed a 4-way splitter. Instead of splitting one of...
01-07-14, 11:25 PM
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Posted By Aronson Stack

Thanks for all the tips! How do installers...

Thanks for all the tips!

How do installers run cable lines anyway? The one that goes into the upstairs bedroom from the garage. There is no other way, no crawl space, nothing. If I can find a way...
01-06-14, 06:30 PM
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Posted By Aronson Stack

Cutting & Reconnecting coaxial cables...

Hey Guys, I have verizon fios MOCA. I need to create another coaxial line in the garage. First obvious thing to consider is using a splitter, but I cannot get to the connector heads. Where it starts...
08-27-13, 08:37 AM
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Posted By Aronson Stack

My bad, I was a little confused by all the takes....

My bad, I was a little confused by all the takes. I had initially thought you guys were attacking people like me for not going into the garage and banging up my own multi-use table. But here, you're...
08-26-13, 10:42 PM
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Posted By Aronson Stack

I knew this thread was a bad idea. Do any...

I knew this thread was a bad idea.

Do any of those comments alluding to how people have dumbed down apply to the thread starter? LOL!

I'd like confirmation before I retort.
08-25-13, 07:13 PM
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Posted By Aronson Stack

Well, will ponder a bit what I want. I have a...

Well, will ponder a bit what I want. I have a circular saw, jigsaw and router. I just would like one of these barebones tables so I can insert my tools instead of having to buy it's dedicated table...
08-24-13, 05:16 PM
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Posted By Aronson Stack

True. I can see how it'll be obsolete if you have...

True. I can see how it'll be obsolete if you have the space for everything. I also suspect professionals do not need nor want such a workstation. But someone like me who dabble occasionally, who will...
08-24-13, 04:17 PM
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Posted By Aronson Stack

Understood, but all these dangerous products such...

Understood, but all these dangerous products such as table saws, bandsaws, scroll saws, miter saws are available and popular in the US. I'm just curious why these multi-purpose stations are not...
08-24-13, 03:41 PM
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Posted By Aronson Stack

How come the US have no market for muli-purpose workstations?

I've been trying to find a marketed product that would allow me to sort of kill two bird with one stone with my jig-saw. Turn it upside down and turn into a little bandsaw, scroll saw, etc. I realize...
08-13-13, 10:43 AM
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Posted By Aronson Stack

Well to start off, it will be plastic. One of...

Well to start off, it will be plastic. One of those chopping vegetable chopping boards that are made of hard plastic.

Regular home depot PVC pipes and fittings too.
08-13-13, 08:05 AM
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Posted By Aronson Stack

The video looks like what I need, but I'm not...

The video looks like what I need, but I'm not sure because I have no clue what these numbers mean.

Model Number Description
DTAP6-32 6-32NC Drill and Tap Bit
DTAP8-32 8-32NC Drill and Tap Bit...
08-13-13, 07:59 AM
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Posted By Aronson Stack

How to make screw thread inserts...

Newbie, so I don't know the proper lingo. Screw thread insert? I've seen this somewhere on materials that are not wood, but is customized so that a screw can thread into it. What's the lingo for this...
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Posted By Aronson Stack

No, no.. it's not for casting. I need to find a...

No, no.. it's not for casting. I need to find a way to clamp it to the vise without marring it. Not only that, the narrow end of the bell has moving parts that needs to be stabilize because that's...
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Posted By Aronson Stack

One more thing, the reason I want wood is because...

One more thing, the reason I want wood is because the mold and the bell inside will be taken to a drill press, and it'll need to be clamped in place with a vise. Those rubber casting kits are too...
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Posted By Aronson Stack

Is it possible to make 2 piece molds in wood?

Guys, I want to make a two piece wood block mold. The object that needs to be molded is a bell. It's like a classic bell that's narrow at the top and wide at the bottom. I can understand how to do...
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