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Johnnynl
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Retired, started my working life as a apprentice carpenter and joiner, later became a Electrical / Mechanical Engineer, and finally retrained as a Electronics & Computer Technician, ending my working life as a Informations Systems Manager,
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Johnnynl
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August

You could stick with the sleeve method by preparing sleeve (or solid rod ip centre) then make holes and pins, nit dont assemble it , put bottom part i ...

Johnnynl
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November 2019

As previously advised, turn off mains water feed to your property, open taps to let water drain out of your system. remove/undo taps, then fit a coupl ...

Johnnynl
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October 2017

If memory serves me well, CLR or CLR OIL & STAIN remover will do the job well, just spray a tiny corner of the stain if you like to test it. But for m ...

Johnnynl
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August 2017

Not sure of the lay of the land, slope etc, as well as where your current storm water drainage is situated, but from my experience there is only one w ...

Johnnynl
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July 2017

Great way to heat top floor with little waste energy @ProjectPete , I had in a house many years ago, on a ground floor in centre of building, so it ha ...

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July 2017

Nice job Dallas_mc, if you do decide to stain, ensure you use matching colour wood filler for your nail holes etc, nothing worse than seeing your nice ...

Johnnynl
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July 2017

Aha, that makes things clearer, it looks like aluminium feet, if not polished steel, but its weight should tell you and if its rust its steel, so I d ...

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July 2017

Not wishing to repeat what many have suggested, I would just pass this comment. Dont buy the cheapest version of tool sets, there is a lot of rubbish ...

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Wayne
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November 2017

It looks pretty straightforward really, make a template of the heart design on butchers paper or a piece of cardboard from a packing box to the size y ...

Brad
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7 replies
November 2017

Bit differant from the original. I have the complete set.

darylhewston
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May 2017

@Waters As @Johnnynl said, there are a number of variables to be considered. Can you answer the following:Doors, sliding, pivot/swing or none at all? ...

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Johnnynl
Junior Contributor
August

You could stick with the sleeve method by preparing sleeve (or solid rod ip centre) then make holes and pins, nit dont assemble it , put bottom part i ...

Johnnynl
Junior Contributor
2 replies
November 2019

As previously advised, turn off mains water feed to your property, open taps to let water drain out of your system. remove/undo taps, then fit a coupl ...

Johnnynl
Junior Contributor
3 replies
October 2017

If memory serves me well, CLR or CLR OIL & STAIN remover will do the job well, just spray a tiny corner of the stain if you like to test it. But for m ...

Johnnynl
Junior Contributor
1 reply
August 2017

Not sure of the lay of the land, slope etc, as well as where your current storm water drainage is situated, but from my experience there is only one w ...

Johnnynl
Junior Contributor
July 2017

Great way to heat top floor with little waste energy @ProjectPete , I had in a house many years ago, on a ground floor in centre of building, so it ha ...

Johnnynl
Junior Contributor
3 replies
July 2017

Nice job Dallas_mc, if you do decide to stain, ensure you use matching colour wood filler for your nail holes etc, nothing worse than seeing your nice ...

Johnnynl
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1 reply
July 2017

Not wishing to repeat what many have suggested, I would just pass this comment. Dont buy the cheapest version of tool sets, there is a lot of rubbish ...

Johnnynl
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1 reply
June 2017

Hi Craftynix,Its been a few years since my Movanning builds, but a couple of thoughts for you too consider.Firstly, Ive never been a fan of having gas ...

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