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Walzz
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Walzz
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a month ago

@bect73 Once you've found the stud centres, mark the support brace and drill a clearance hole at each marked position for the fixing screws.Since you ...

Walzz
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a month ago

@brendawebster44 Hi Brenda, do you have the missing piece from the broken leg? If so you should be able to re-attach it to the main part of the leg.I ...

Walzz
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August

@eeWith such a large amount of water laying in the gutter it appears that your downpipe, or gutter nozzle is blocked. This seems to be the root cause ...

Walzz
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August

@tony6 It looks like you forgot to use a damp sponge before the grout dried. Once it dries it's VERY difficult to remove! Normally when grouting tile ...

Walzz
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August

@SugarCongrats on finishing the project. The Mirrabella WiFi lights look neat, and a steal at only 25 bucks per light. I read they can be integrated w ...

Walzz
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August

@ProfSorry Prof, that won't work.The colour of LED lights is determined by the type of internal LED chips when they are manufactured.Changing the forw ...

Walzz
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August

@Sugar Your existing downlights were popular in the '70s and are roughly 150mm diameter with a 110mm cutout in the plaster ceiling. Typical 9 or 10 ...

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Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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It's great to hear from you again @bect73. I don't believe we ever managed to ascertain whether you have timber studs behind the plaster. Is the bra ...

Sugar
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August

@Walzz Thank you for the information. However, I did change 17 of those lights to LED downlights. Now my house looks brighter and has modern lights. I ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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November 2020

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @ArashM. It's fantastic to have you join us and many thanks for your question. I believe the bricks wil ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
10 replies
May

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @Splodg. It's fantastic to have you join us, and many thanks for sharing. It's always wonderful to hear w ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
Bunnings Team Member
7 replies
May

I absolutely adore your work @Splodg! This project, in particular, draws a massive smile to my face, not only for the absolutely amazing reason you ar ...

bruce93
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May

Hi Sarah. I'll just start of by saying that I'm a licensed sparky based in Melbourne.I don't think you will have an issue with loosing heating or cool ...

ProjectPete
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8 replies
December

There are adjustable downlights so you may get lucky and find that's what's in you house so I suggest you check this first. Simply pull them down/out ...

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Walzz
Junior Contributor
4 replies
a month ago

@bect73 Once you've found the stud centres, mark the support brace and drill a clearance hole at each marked position for the fixing screws.Since you ...

Walzz
Junior Contributor
a month ago

@brendawebster44 Hi Brenda, do you have the missing piece from the broken leg? If so you should be able to re-attach it to the main part of the leg.I ...

Walzz
Junior Contributor
August

@eeWith such a large amount of water laying in the gutter it appears that your downpipe, or gutter nozzle is blocked. This seems to be the root cause ...

Walzz
Junior Contributor
2 replies
August

@tony6 It looks like you forgot to use a damp sponge before the grout dried. Once it dries it's VERY difficult to remove! Normally when grouting tile ...

Walzz
Junior Contributor
1 reply
August

@SugarCongrats on finishing the project. The Mirrabella WiFi lights look neat, and a steal at only 25 bucks per light. I read they can be integrated w ...

Walzz
Junior Contributor
August

@ProfSorry Prof, that won't work.The colour of LED lights is determined by the type of internal LED chips when they are manufactured.Changing the forw ...

Walzz
Junior Contributor
3 replies
August

@Sugar Your existing downlights were popular in the '70s and are roughly 150mm diameter with a 110mm cutout in the plaster ceiling. Typical 9 or 10 ...

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