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tod
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a month ago

Thanks for your kind advice Eric, I'll try your suggestions a little later in the day and let you know how I get on.

tod
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Hi, I'd be grateful for some advice with the blade for my Ozito bandsaw, before I go insane, which I unboxed just yesterday. Though I can't really rem ...

tod
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February

Thanks a lot for the info and suggestions Eric. I'll follow those links and take it from there. AND it might be a good idea to tackle that bolted lett ...

tod
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Hi all, I want to continue the tiny lawn in my backyard over the area I've pictured, which is approximately 7.5sqM. Though I'd love to lay turf, I ca ...

tod
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November

@MitchellMc @Dave-1 thanks for your replies. I'll check out your suggestions.

tod
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Hi, Just wondering, what would be the same as "Lacquer" in Australia? Is it just simply varnish or something different? Most of the woodworking video ...

tod
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January 2023

Hi @Noyade There are 14 spigots in total and far as I can tell they're all marine stainless steel, including the hex screws. I've replaced the offendi ...

tod
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December 2022

Thanks @MitchellMc

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Dave-1
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November

Afternoon @tod I have always considerd Lacquer and Varnish to be the same type of deal. I think they look great until the varnish ages/not cared for. ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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December 2022

Hi @tod, I'd suggest taking the bolt to your nearest Bunnings store and a helpful team member will assist you with finding a matching replacement. ...

Jewelleryrescue
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December 2022

Nice job @Noyade @tod @MitchellMc I

Noyade
Kind of a Big Deal
8 replies
December 2022

Evening @tod I'm glad it worked but at the same time I'm surprised it did work. I've never tried it - I've always gone down the track that if the met ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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1 reply
December 2022

Hi @tod, If the allen key head is stripped, then it's already destroyed. I'd suggest you move on to screw/bolt extraction methods, like using a scre ...

Noyade
Kind of a Big Deal
11 replies
December 2022

Afternoon @tod I Googled stripped allen heads - and this gent assures viewers a 'tapered' Torx head is the way to go. Can't say I've seen a tapered ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
August 2022

Keep us updated, and please reach out again if you get stuck @tod Mitchell

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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March 2022

Hi @tod That's fantastic to hear, I'm sure @MikeTNZ and @Vis-á-vis will be pleased to hear their suggestions worked. There's nothing like the joy of ...

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tod
Cultivating a Following
1 reply
a month ago

Thanks for your kind advice Eric, I'll try your suggestions a little later in the day and let you know how I get on.

tod
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February

Thanks a lot for the info and suggestions Eric. I'll follow those links and take it from there. AND it might be a good idea to tackle that bolted lett ...

tod
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November

@MitchellMc @Dave-1 thanks for your replies. I'll check out your suggestions.

tod
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3 replies

Hi, Just wondering, what would be the same as "Lacquer" in Australia? Is it just simply varnish or something different? Most of the woodworking video ...

tod
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2 replies
January 2023

Hi @Noyade There are 14 spigots in total and far as I can tell they're all marine stainless steel, including the hex screws. I've replaced the offendi ...

tod
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9 replies
December 2022

@Noyade, can't thank you enough - it worked! I used a Torx head T27 with a manual ratchet driver and it worked like a breeze. Thanks again.

tod
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August 2022

Hi Mitchell, Thanks for your reply and the sound advice; it's much appreciated. The thicker plywood, 15mm, makes more sense alright and I think I'll ...

tod
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April 2022

Fantastic, thanks Eric. Will keep you posted.

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