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Electrician that enjoys working with steel, wood, electronics equipment and other stuff in my spare time. I just love designing and building things.
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MikeTNZ
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yesterday

Hi @Bluejay,Why would this need to be made from steel?Personally I would build this frame out of H4 50 x 100 mm timber, you could have some purlins fo ...

MikeTNZ
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yesterday

Hi @carlyk,Welcome to Bunnings Workshop!Thanks for your thread, are these pipes going to be installed permanently in the walls? (as in through the stu ...

MikeTNZ
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Thursday

Hi @JPH,Personally I'd probably go for something like 20 or 25 mm split flexible conduit and enclose the whole lot in this, depending on how many cabl ...

MikeTNZ
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Wednesday

Hi @ellis,Just a follow-up on this,What was the problem in the end?Gas scares the hell out of me, hence why I still use a charcoal BBQ.Was it somethin ...

MikeTNZ
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Wednesday

Hi @Henski,This looks like a cinder block wall, which has it's plusses and minusses.Looking at your photo, there are too many cables already entering ...

MikeTNZ
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2 weeks ago

Hi @macduff89,Yeah that pipe is really poorly placed and there isn't really much you can do about that either.Also bear in mind that that inspection t ...

MikeTNZ
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3 weeks ago

Hi @MitchellMc,I've always found using a 60 tooth saw blade on my circular saw really helps with this, the more teeth you have, the shorter the rotati ...

MikeTNZ
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3 weeks ago

Hi @T-dog,If I may be so indulgent, I would suggest this as an Electrician:> Remove the fan from the Shower, extend the ducting to.........> A new 2 L ...

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carlyk
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I have done a bit of research and would love peoples thoughts on push on fittings like smartex or shark bite, in plumbing, I need to make a change in ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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Friday

Hello @carlyk Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. It's sensational to have you join us and thank you for sharing your question about plumbin ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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Tuesday

Hello @Henski Thank you for sharing your question about a new powerpoint for your kitchen. Generally speaking, a channel would have to be created wh ...

macduff89
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2 weeks ago

@MikeTNZ thanks for pointing that out! I had a suspicion about this, as the previous box built around the pipe had a cut piece screwed in at the botto ...

redbournreno
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2 weeks ago

@macduff89 I like your original thought the best (600+300 pantry). Both for looks and budget. Don't be scared of getting stuck in and having a go! Th ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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2 weeks ago

Hello @macduff89 Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community. It's fantastic to have you join us, and thank you for sharing your question about your ...

Sugar
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4 weeks ago

@MikeTNZ @EricL I do really appreciate input from you guys. I am slow because of my other work and have not really got time to prioritize this project ...

Bunnings Team Member EricL
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3 weeks ago

Hello @Abhi352 Thank you for posting those photos. I totally agree with @MikeTNZ's assessment, you'll need to engage the services of a qualified el ...

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MikeTNZ
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1 reply
yesterday

Hi @Bluejay,Why would this need to be made from steel?Personally I would build this frame out of H4 50 x 100 mm timber, you could have some purlins fo ...

MikeTNZ
Super Contributor
yesterday

Hi @carlyk,Welcome to Bunnings Workshop!Thanks for your thread, are these pipes going to be installed permanently in the walls? (as in through the stu ...

MikeTNZ
Super Contributor
Thursday

Hi @JPH,Personally I'd probably go for something like 20 or 25 mm split flexible conduit and enclose the whole lot in this, depending on how many cabl ...

MikeTNZ
Super Contributor
Wednesday

Hi @ellis,Just a follow-up on this,What was the problem in the end?Gas scares the hell out of me, hence why I still use a charcoal BBQ.Was it somethin ...

MikeTNZ
Super Contributor
1 reply
Wednesday

Hi @Henski,This looks like a cinder block wall, which has it's plusses and minusses.Looking at your photo, there are too many cables already entering ...

MikeTNZ
Super Contributor
1 reply
2 weeks ago

Hi @macduff89,Yeah that pipe is really poorly placed and there isn't really much you can do about that either.Also bear in mind that that inspection t ...

MikeTNZ
Super Contributor
3 weeks ago

Hi @T-dog,If I may be so indulgent, I would suggest this as an Electrician:> Remove the fan from the Shower, extend the ducting to.........> A new 2 L ...

MikeTNZ
Super Contributor
1 reply
3 weeks ago

Hi @Abhi352,There is an issue with the control gear that is supplying that lamp.You need to get a qualified electrician to investigate this further. C ...

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