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CBML
Newbie
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We recently bought a new oven to replace the one that was installed prior to us buying the house. When the electrician removed the old oven, we found ...

het
New Contributor
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Hello everyone How can I fix this paddle light? I wanted to lift little up bcz it's hanging very down.always touching on head while walking Please h ...

Tony9
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Hi Friends Due to lockdown, we are doing lot of cooking at home so the kitchen area is getting greasy and sticky everywhere. So I am keen to get a ra ...

drlgnrl
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Looking for some guidance. We're doing the lockdown renovation and have reached the kitchen. What we're struggling with is a rangehood solution - the ...

jws10
Newbie
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recently bought a house and oven was not working. We took out the oven to see what was going on behind only to realise the line had been terminated. W ...

mingwait
Budding Contributor
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Hi, I want to purchase a generator to power a fridge and a freezer during power outage. The fridge is about 400L and the freezer is 200 L. https://w ...

Adam_W
Valued Contributor
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We have nearly finished our new kitchen and our 'tea nook' although handy was already proving to be a blackhole...The $20 & 5-minute solution? A 1m LE ...

Wouldy
Super Contributor
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There is no other way that I can move the fridge elsewhere. I'm concerned that the heat from the stove makes the fridge work harder. Perhaps will bur ...

Sugar
Established Contributor
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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 ...

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 ...

nicole72
Junior Contributor
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I am purchasing a townhouse and going to renovate the kitchen. I have been informed by someone that i need to have the range hood flued to go outside. ...

lindaperry
New Contributor
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I need motion sensor lighting in my scullery. Can someone recommend a good light. One that turns on when you go in & turns off when you go out. thanks

AKFN
New Contributor
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We've been trying to decide on the best possible design for a new kitchen to rid ourselves on the criminally green one currently in-situ (c.1936). We ...

wuxuan
New Contributor
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 My kettle fell accidentally, so I need to replace a new switch now, but I don't know where to find it.

Kev
Junior Contributor
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Hi everyone, Well a couple of years ago I decided to completely renovate our investment unit in my spare time (after our 'tenants' wrecked it - that's ...

LJ1809
Junior Contributor
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 Hi All, I joined this group in hopes that I can learn from you knowledgeable people as I love a bit of DIY around the home but I don’t know a lot abo ...

ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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Recently I've been completing some renos on an 80's home getting it ready for sale. I've given the kitchen and bathroom a makeover, installed a new tr ...

Mathy
Super Contributor
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Hi Team Workshop, My cheapie Bellini 60cm wide built in oven borked itself last night - lots of sparks and noise, it looks like the centre element at ...

RohanH
Junior Contributor
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Hi all! I've just purchased a new single fronted Victorian home which is in need of some work in the bathroom and kitchen departments! It has an old W ...

RenoQueen
Super Contributor
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What does everyone think about putting a power point on the island bench? I can see it would be convenient, but it can spoil the look of the stone. Wh ...

RenoQueen
Super Contributor
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I’ve always used gas but I’ve heard that induction is becoming more popular. What are the advantages and disadvantages of induction? Has anyone ...

RenoQueen
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Dave
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