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December

Thank you @MitchellMc @Noyade for your advise. Today i bought the Craftwright plier https://www.bunnings.com.au/craftright-210mm-long-nose-plier_p ...

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Hello team, Good day. Hope you all are well. I am looking for some help here please. My bathroom drain is clogged. I can see lumps of hair. I am ...

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Good day. We recently got 3 chickens. bought a coop from Bunnings. Now we want to have a small area in our backyard to be 'fenced off' for them to gra ...

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Hi, we have this rotary switch in our bedroom - used to open and close the window shutters. I am unable to turn the knob to open the window - seems t ...

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October 2020

Thanks @MitchellMc for you help with this.

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Hello Good Morning DIY ersHope you all are well. We have 2 new windows without any mesh and i want to have flyscreens on them. one of the windows has ...

bm
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September 2020

Thanks @Jason for the advise. I assume these are the ones https://www.bunnings.com.au/our-range/bathroom-plumbing/plumbing/pumps/constant-pressure- ...

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September 2020

Hi @MitchellMc Good evening and thanks for checking in . I used the the following:https://www.bunnings.com.au/kinetic-25mm-brass-gate-valve_p4790286Ph ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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December

Hi @bm, All drains will have a certain amount of buildup within them. It's a bit hard to tell, but if that's a 50mm pipe, then it looks about right. ...

Noyade
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December

"I can see lumps of hair" A few week back - our bathroom vanity was slow to drain.I 'plunged' and managed to grab some hair strands and pulled and pul ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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December

Hi @bm, The drain cover removes with a 1/4 turn anti-clockwise. If you use needle-nosed pliers, they should give you more purchase on the cover. ...

Caron
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March 2021

Hello - welcome to the chicken family!! I love my girls. Mine free range so have the full yard to themselves. I built the coup with the run (as tagged ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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February 2021

Hi @bm, I'll tag in our resident chicken expert @mich1972 to see if she has any fantastic suggestions for you. The most budget-friendly option I c ...

SalBay
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November 2020

@bm Regarding low water pressure, and initial cause of leaking gate valve: Have you checked for debris inside the tank, ? gate valves don't do well ...

r23on
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November 2020

It looks like the water is bypassing the packing ring around the stem. Most gate valves have a packing ring around the stem to stop the fluid leaking ...

HandyAndy
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October 2020

Hi @bm ,thanks for the tag @MitchellMc i don't recall ever seeing one at bunnings, and i don't have any experience with window shutter controls person ...

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bm
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December

Thank you @MitchellMc @Noyade for your advise. Today i bought the Craftwright plier https://www.bunnings.com.au/craftright-210mm-long-nose-plier_p ...

bm
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October 2020

Thanks @MitchellMc for you help with this.

bm
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September 2020

Thanks @Jason for the advise. I assume these are the ones https://www.bunnings.com.au/our-range/bathroom-plumbing/plumbing/pumps/constant-pressure- ...

bm
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September 2020

Hi @MitchellMc Good evening and thanks for checking in . I used the the following:https://www.bunnings.com.au/kinetic-25mm-brass-gate-valve_p4790286Ph ...

bm
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September 2020

Thanks @MitchellMc for this . I will look further onto the Fire Plug option. In terms of pipesizes, anything less than 50 mm is what i am after sinc ...

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September 2020

Thanks @MitchellMc for all your help.

bm
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September 2020

Hi @MitchellMc Thanks for all the help so far. Sorry took me a while to come back on this. Please see attached photo.I have now managed to remove the ...

bm
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Hi, Good dayI just purchased this Hammer drill from Bunnings https://www.bunnings.com.au/ozito-pxc-18v-hammer-drill-kit_p0136015and trying to learn to ...

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