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AprilGrim
Junior Contributor
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Hi all, I need some help in relation to Expanded Polystyrene Cement (EPS) I was planning to move a few power points/sockets in our house, but have dis ...

Moderator JaneK
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I thought some community members might be interested in this experiment that is underway right now. Futurefoodsystem is a proof of concept for a self ...

Sugar
Established Contributor
5 replies

Hi folks, We are wanting to do some work on our kitchen. Following are the things we would like to do. This is going to be one at a time. A. Changing ...

Moderator JaneK
Moderator
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I was admiring @consoletable's versatile and affordable cable management system project and hoping that a few more Bunnings Workshop community members ...

Stuardo
Experienced Contributor
8 replies

Hi Workshoppers, I want to remove the old phone jack on the wall in the kitchen and plaster up the hole.My question is, is it safe to just cut the wir ...

vanderneut
Budding Contributor
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The entrance of our home has a two-story tall ceiling with a chandelier very high up. There is absolutely no way (ever!) I'd be getting on a tall ladd ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
8 replies

Great to see Bunnings stocking a range of smart lights. They're a great solution to avoid having to install new light switches, chase walls, etc. I' ...

TS14
New Contributor
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   I am a total newbie and unable to fix this lamp shade to the lamp stand ? Any clue on how to open the bulb socket and get it through the lamp shade ...

vaibhs
New Contributor
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Hi there! I am a beginner and planning to drill my first hole for Arlo pro3 floodlight. Its a lightweight light and camera which i need to fix on a he ...

elle1
Budding Browser
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Hello everyone! I am just looking for some advice on DIY sprucing up this kitchen. I think it is liveable but could look a bit nicer! I am young fema ...

newbie25
Budding Contributor
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Just bought a house and came to know that the led downlights installed are cool white which i absolutely hate . There are approximately 25 sharp white ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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Please forgive the intrusion into your private bedroom habits, but the latest Workshop poll is keen to hear whether you have a television in the bedro ...

Sugar
Established Contributor
12 replies

Hi guys, My apologies if this is a completely unrelated and stupid question. I am wanting to put some speakers in different rooms and lounge areas com ...

Sugar
Established Contributor
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Hi I would like to change one fan in my living room and one in bedroom. Which one of the switch I should turn off before I start working on changing ...

PeterOZ
Budding Contributor
8 replies

Morning all,I'm in the process of having a large shed constructed with completion by Christmas. 12x7x3m with a 3x7m skillion on the left hand end. In ...

markmarshall
Budding Contributor
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Hi All, My current dust collector (DC) setup is flexible 100mm hose from DC to the tool be it table saw, jointer, thicknesser etc. I am considering ...

Prof
Super Contributor
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Hi team, Is there an Electrician here who can tell me if this Mains Power / Generator Power changeover switch is big enough to power a household? Tota ...

attique
Budding Contributor
12 replies

Hi, I have recently purchased a cricket bowling machine which has a 500W, 220V motor. There is no mains power connection where i want to operate this ...

consoletable
Budding Contributor
1 reply

Further to my earlier console table project for housing some living room entertainment electronics, I also tried to find a way to manage the messy cab ...

AnitaH25
Established Contributor
4 replies

There are so many decorative light bulbs available to buy now that look so awesome when switched on but once the lampshade is added the effects are l ...

justme1
New Contributor
3 replies

I am in the process of constructing an electric fence to keep my animals safe.I require advice as to what I need to connect the electric tape to eithe ...

AHoy
Experienced Contributor
6 replies

I'm getting a bit of pressure from the kids to put up some Christmas lights this year. It's becoming a bigger thing in the neighbourhood. We have a te ...

Chaks_DIY
Senior Contributor
6 replies

..well more like $28.99 X 2. I'll explain. After some researching and a bit of trial and error, I found these solar flood lights which I recently in ...

nonsibicunctis
Junior Contributor
5 replies

I have a multi speaker stereo system that is old - pre-wireless - but sitll in excellent condition.I want to be able get all the wires from the amplif ...

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