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roshanrn
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roshanrn
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Hi everyone,I have this issue at the garage area. The roof sheets are old and deteriorating. They are curved and rain water stagnates in the middle. D ...

roshanrn
Getting Established
a month ago

Hi all,Firstly - thank you all for the overwhelming support to address this concern of mine. Second - to answer a few follow up questions1. @Dave-1 - ...

roshanrn
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a month ago

Hi @MitchellMc , Thank you for your response. From what I understand, the most convenient option seems to be removing the feet and placing the washing ...

roshanrn
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I recently bought and moved into a house, where the previous owner has renovated certain portions of the property. One of the issues that I currently ...

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Bunnings Team Member JacobZ
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2 weeks ago

Hi @roshanrn, Thank you for your question about water issues with your garage roof. Unfortunately, I can see a few issues with this roof that may ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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a month ago

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @roshanrn. It's terrific to have you join us, and many thanks for your question about fitting a washing mac ...

Nailbag
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a month ago

Hi @roshanrn I have had to deal with this issue on a couple of occasions helping others out.Raising the bench top is not an option as that opens a lar ...

TedBear
Kind of a Big Deal
a month ago

Hi @roshanrn ,I am with @Nailbag on this one.... try removing those locknuts first up.if that doesn't work, consider just removing the tiles that are ...

Dave-1
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a month ago

Morning @roshanrn The removal of the lock nuts was where I went first, pretty much what everyone is suggesting. Looking at your Benchtop is it an engi ...

Nailbag
Becoming a Leader
a month ago

Do you recall if there was actually a washing machine in that space during the purchasing process? it might be worth checking the Section 32 for the p ...

JoeAzza
Kind of a Big Deal
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a month ago

Hi @roshanrn I agree with all the great ideas, if possible I would raise the countertop and insert a filler spacer in between the the countertop and t ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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a month ago

Hi @roshanrn I'm afraid Mitchell has covered all the bases in regards to possible solutions, that includes exchanging your washing machine for some ...

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roshanrn
Getting Established
a month ago

Hi all,Firstly - thank you all for the overwhelming support to address this concern of mine. Second - to answer a few follow up questions1. @Dave-1 - ...

roshanrn
Getting Established
3 replies
a month ago

Hi @MitchellMc , Thank you for your response. From what I understand, the most convenient option seems to be removing the feet and placing the washing ...

roshanrn
Getting Established
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I recently bought and moved into a house, where the previous owner has renovated certain portions of the property. One of the issues that I currently ...

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