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JDE
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yesterday

ItsangusI have to agree with Mitchell. My experience with portable aircons is they are no where near as affective as a in the window type. When My da ...

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2 weeks ago

NoyadeMost likely reason for perforations is to help disapate heat. As current flows through the armature / coils it generates heat. Unfortunately as ...

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2 weeks ago

You could always file 3mm off each door where the screw sits. Or close doors drill a pilot hole through track and door then put in screw or bolt in JD ...

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2 weeks ago

@MartinP We have double gauze doors in one track. Ours actually have a molded piece on the outer lips. Could you centre them by merely putting a scr ...

JDE
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3 weeks ago

Ah is a measure of the energy stored in the battery think fuel in a car. A 18v 4Ah battery should maintain a supply of 4 amps at 18 volts for 4 hours ...

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3 weeks ago

GlenntJust a thought, how are you supporting the timber when cutting. If cutting between 2 supports the sleeper will close in on the blade jamming it. ...

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4 weeks ago

DejayajayGood to see you got a replacement. I think you will find the problem was the dust from the masonary. I have had the same problem with a makit ...

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a month ago

JoodlesI Have seen people deal with this by running a bead of silicone underneath about 0.5 cm from end to stop the capillary action when they only ha ...

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Community Manager Jason
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2 weeks ago

Hi @JeffRuss, Let me extend a very warm welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. We're pleased to have you join us and look forward to reading ...

TedBear
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2 weeks ago

Since a handrail is a safety item, I wouldn't suggest taking chances with just toggle fixings to hold it. It would be safer to install a piece of timb ...

ProjectPete
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October

You just need a caulking gun and the nozzles are free (if not already attached to the filler, the person at checkout will give you one (ask for two)). ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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August

Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @AP200. It's amazing to have you join us and many thanks for your question. You can certainly replace t ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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April

Hi @JDE. Many thanks for your question. I am not aware of a minimum depth requirement, nor can I find documentation to verify but you would need to ...

redracer01
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May

Hello @JDE Have you thought about using a Saniflo pump? This should sort out any fall issues you have, the Saniflo pumps have a 5 meter vertical/head ...

Bunnings Team Member MitchellMc
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April

Hi @Dearie. I would be pleased to get the discussion started. I'll also be particularly interested to see what our fantastic community members use t ...

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JDE
Experienced Contributor
yesterday

ItsangusI have to agree with Mitchell. My experience with portable aircons is they are no where near as affective as a in the window type. When My da ...

JDE
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
2 weeks ago

NoyadeMost likely reason for perforations is to help disapate heat. As current flows through the armature / coils it generates heat. Unfortunately as ...

JDE
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
2 weeks ago

You could always file 3mm off each door where the screw sits. Or close doors drill a pilot hole through track and door then put in screw or bolt in JD ...

JDE
Experienced Contributor
3 replies
2 weeks ago

@MartinP We have double gauze doors in one track. Ours actually have a molded piece on the outer lips. Could you centre them by merely putting a scr ...

JDE
Experienced Contributor
3 weeks ago

Ah is a measure of the energy stored in the battery think fuel in a car. A 18v 4Ah battery should maintain a supply of 4 amps at 18 volts for 4 hours ...

JDE
Experienced Contributor
3 weeks ago

GlenntJust a thought, how are you supporting the timber when cutting. If cutting between 2 supports the sleeper will close in on the blade jamming it. ...

JDE
Experienced Contributor
1 reply
a month ago

JoodlesI Have seen people deal with this by running a bead of silicone underneath about 0.5 cm from end to stop the capillary action when they only ha ...

JDE
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a month ago

Raymondo I hear you as someone who seems to move every 3 to 4 years. I have resorted to using milk crates and milk crate sized plastic tubs this size ...

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