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carlyk
Occasional Browser
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I have done a bit of research and would love peoples thoughts on push on fittings like smartex or shark bite, in plumbing, I need to make a change in ...

rammo001
New Contributor
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I have 2 taps that are leaking and require fixing. They do not have washers. Can you supply spindles that will fix the problem. Attached is a photo of ...

Cambridge
Newbie
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I have replaced my shower head and rail and am trying to replace the mixer. It is the exact same mixer tap as in the following video. https://www ...

swallace
Budding Contributor
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Our second DIY project for a primary school teacher and an electrician. Learning along the way was great and thanks to the helpful team members from B ...

ellis
Budding Contributor
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Bought replacement gas bottle today from Bunnings connected to barbie via safety gauge. Used for a few hours then turned gas off at bottle found gas ...

Ren_B
New Contributor
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Hi all. We have just moved into a rental property and trying to connect washing machine inlet pipe to the tap. The existing hole through which the hos ...

harry5
Budding Browser
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Hi in coming days want to tackle decking project by myself for my new house. Deck will half over concrete floor and half on ground. Do I need to put s ...

karen7
Newbie
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hi. would love a water feature in my garden. its going to be my zen sanctuary, but have no idea how to start. can anyone help /

ennoh
Established Contributor
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My son bought a house recently, and he has found that the kitchen plugs don't fit the sink - they only act as strainers, so he cant fill the sink to w ...

DIYKeith
Budding Contributor
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Hi there, around a storm drain on our property, it looks as though someone once put paint/render over the bricks on the ground however, as can be seen ...

comptonkath
Newbie
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Do I have to put the end of the agi pipe into a drain or just cover it over?

Bolt
New Contributor
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I need to know what is the best means of securing the wooden bathtub frame (like in the bunnings YouTube video on building a bathtub frame) to 3/4" ce ...

CSParnell
Junior Contributor
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A relative simple task that can be achieved with only a few tools and some products from Bunnings. Products required: System inlet replacement kit t ...

amir47
Budding Contributor
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Please help Ifound 2 leaks on my poly rainwater tank, what is the best adhensive I can use to plug it ?

talexpat
Occasional Browser
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Hi everyone, Just reaching out to see if anyone has clues on what to be done next. Last night, bought and installed brand new Mondella Cadenza Mat ...

Aneil
Junior Contributor
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Help! I've bought some new taps for our shower. The spindles were too short so I bought some ceramic disk spindle extenders. It doesn't leak but I'm s ...

Henski
New Contributor
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Hi, I currently have an old basin set am looking to replace with https://www.bunnings.com.au/estilo-wels-3-star-9l-min-basin-set_p5003016.as it’s pret ...

Moderator Walter
Moderator
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Hey Workshoppers, We have recently had a bath installed in a flat, and I've been trying to find out if this is a new thing. The bath Is ONLY SECURE ...

Newgreenthumb
Established Contributor
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Hey guys, might be a stupid question but I have an issue with laundry taps. Plumber came and changed washers etc I keep taps on at the wall at all ti ...

SeanDunne
Newbie
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Is there a way of clipping water pipes to the galvanised raised beds?

jeffk
Newbie
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hi my dual laundry tap is 2yrs old. when I open tap water does not flow out. however the washing machine tap works normal. I did open the whole tap ...

ivanptr
Senior Contributor
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About eleven months ago, we hired a shower repair company to seal the tile floor of our shower stall with epoxy grout. But now it is leaking again. W ...

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