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kel
Experienced Contributor
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Recently I helped a mate install insulation in the roof cavity of his garage. Knowing that we would need a light source and not wanting to run an ext ...

Moderator Walter
Moderator
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A mate had a short circuit on his Shark Navigator vacuum cleaner. We spent some time trying to get a local electrician to do a board level repair, but ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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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' ...

Ask_Itee
New Contributor
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A few months ago I purchased a Deta Dual GPO Smart Switch. One of the best features is the ability to view realtime energy consumption. I bought mo ...

PeterPessina
Budding Contributor
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Does anyone have the Makita DMR203 portable bluetooth speaker and is the sound quality good and is the and distortion?

Bill4875
Budding Browser
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I'd like to mount this powerboard to a wooden desk. What kind of screw would I used to do this?

ashhills
Budding Browser
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hey need some help idk how to change this bulb inside this fan/light…. I tried screwing anticlockwise this glasss thingy didn’t move so I can change ...

ron3alex
Junior Contributor
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       Hi Everyone, I currently have Led dimmable light in warm white which is very dull when switched on. I was planning to buy led light with ...

ericd3nholm
New Contributor
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Hi there, I have recently got the sensor pack from bunnings (incl. the hub, door sensor, climate sensor etc.). All works good. What I have discovered, ...

Sugar
Established Contributor
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Hi folks I would like to change this light to modern Down lights. Is it possible?? Will I need to have AC to DC converter module to power each downlig ...

Nham
Established Contributor
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Hi everyone, For some time now, we have wanted to install some home video surveillance around our home. I wanted to share my experience with the co ...

Adam_W
Valued Contributor
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Talk to the IT pros and they'll always tell you one thing about networking - when you can stick a plug in, do it!A cabled connection will always be fa ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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It's the first day of winter and the cold weather has arrived. Fortunately, there are some simple ways to winter-proof your home by keeping the c ...

Rob-9
New Contributor
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I removed a ceiling mounted light fitting which was secured to the plaster with a plastic screw in plug into which the metal screws were screwed. I wa ...

simon_c
New Contributor
9 replies

Hey all! My fiancee and I have just settled on a 3 bedroom Californian bungalow in the northern suburbs. It needs a ton of work, but has great bone ...

snichols
Junior Contributor
8 replies
May

Hi all, I like the minimalist look of LED downlights but am concerned about the energy impact – losing heating and cooling through lots of holes in th ...

heykrazi
Budding Contributor
2 replies
May

In a couple spots in our house – above the dining table, and in a hallway – we have some skylight panels (see pictured).The glass (?) panels here are ...

Kellie
Super Contributor
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May

My new apartment is going to be finished soon, and one of the things I want to avoid is regretting that I didn't get something done while the tradies ...

Squid
New Contributor
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What are the options for home automation Bunnings offer? i am specifically looking for Zigbee

Peter999
Newbie
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Looking to buy the Ring Video Doorbell Pro 2 and want to match with a compatible smart lock. Does Bunnings sell any that are compatible with Ring ? ...

Moderator JaneK
Moderator
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After reading this article on where to start creating a smart home from the Bunnings website, I'm curious about whether any Bunnings Workshop communit ...

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
Moderator

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 ...

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 ...