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alwayslearning
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alwayslearning
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June 2020

How so? It's not as if she has taken 10mm of the door away. @RMShandyhubby

alwayslearning
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May 2020

Hi @burnsie2 ,My first suspicion would be voles, they're a small rodent like a mouse, they often burrow down to escape winter frosts and they will als ...

alwayslearning
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May 2020

@MitchellMc Thanks mate, I'm not overly concerned about it, I like tinkering so won't worry about it, I have a bad habit of throwing out my receipts ...

alwayslearning
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May 2020

@MitchellMc hi mate, a very good 6 hours at least, I've even turned it off one night so it could completely charge for 2 days,but to no luck. Not sure ...

alwayslearning
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May 2020

Hi @rdparsons36 , I've had this light for just over 12 months and unfortunately, doesn't put much light out anymore,if any. Hope this helps.

alwayslearning
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May 2020

Im hoping too, I've only recently gotten my little tig welder from Bunnings and haven't had much time on it so I'll need to practice a tad more, once ...

alwayslearning
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May 2020

That's awesome mate,I'm gathering bits and pieces to build a 1 metre optimus prime. Love scrap metal art.

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Community Manager Jason
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It might be a little cold and wet outside, but there's still jobs to do around the garden that will help it to thrive when the warmer weather arriv ...

Steven
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February 2020

Clean out loose material and purchase yourself some Selleys Plastibond, it’s an epoxy filler from Bunnings suitable for timber and dries to a hard fin ...

Kim
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Here's a simple tip for a front door that jams just enough to be a nuisance, and stops the door from closing smoothly. No need to take the door off ...

Penny19
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Hi Everyone, I'm renovating my kitchen and I'm considering the best way to remove a small tiled splash back (on plasterboard) and then either tile the ...

Moderator Walter
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May 2020

Hey @burnsie2 @alwayslearning is right. Voles in Australia are meadow mice or field mice. They are different than the normal run of the mill mice. ...

r23on
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When life throws one a number of curve balls that prevent us from under taking the things we like to do, getting out into workshop, gardening, ect we ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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May 2020

Hi @alwayslearning, If the issue started occurring within the 12months warranty or even slightly afterwards, your best option would be taking it i ...

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alwayslearning
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May 2020

@MitchellMc Thanks mate, I'm not overly concerned about it, I like tinkering so won't worry about it, I have a bad habit of throwing out my receipts ...

alwayslearning
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May 2020

Im hoping too, I've only recently gotten my little tig welder from Bunnings and haven't had much time on it so I'll need to practice a tad more, once ...

alwayslearning
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May 2020

That's awesome mate,I'm gathering bits and pieces to build a 1 metre optimus prime. Love scrap metal art.

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