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HVAC/R fag here. With extensive hot side commercial kitchen service. Ask and I will answer if I know, and if I don't, I am pretty sure I can find either the answer or some place that has the answer. Ain't no use for folks who can understand a multimeter and maybe a set of gauges to be raped by commercial outfits if they can fix it themselves. 90% of the problems in an AC system are electrical, and 70% of the problems in a heating system are electrical.
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How would one reduce a mushroom or several mushrooms into something that looks...well less like a mushroom without getting rid of the toxins. i'm not talking soups or anything obvious i'm talking powder or liquids i'm know very little about reproducing mushrooms other then making a stue or soups. i'm pretty sure it's not even possible to make it in to something other than a gooey mess.

Usb mic to audio jack

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Sup /diy/, its my first time posting here so go easy on me. I have a blue yeti microphone that i want to connect to my scarlett 2i2 interface. Problem is, the mic has a usb output and the scarlett has an audio jack input. Is there any way i could make a usb to audio jack converter? Schematics would be greatly appreciated Pic related, my mic and interface

Simple Pulsed current at 10Hz

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Hey DIY, I'm looking to build a ~2cm diameter device that will stick to skin without tugging or unnecessary weight. I need to be able to generate Pulsed DC of 3-6v at 10Hz. I know I could use a rectifier to remove the lower half of an AC wave but how would I get the AC in the first place? A motor type of system is large and expensive. Does DIY know an easy way to turn 3v DC into 3v Pulsed DC at 10Hz? For interest the device is an in Vivo test of the effects of Pulsed DC on cell migration, as I have Vitiligo my skin makes for a good test subject. Cell migration in vitro has been shown to increase perpendicular to the poles of a charge, with the best results at 3v/cm at 10Hz pulsed dc. By sticking a positive cathode in the centre of a piece of tape and a circular wire for the negative around the circumference I would hopefully be able to wear the device all day (I will probably need to add something to increase my skins conductance otherwise 3v isn't going to do dick). It may take months but the pigment cells may start migrating, which would be very cool.
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What kind of glue should I use to glue this dust cap back into the speaker cone? The dust cap is made of thin plastic and the cone seems to have some kind of metallic coating.
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Posting a few pics from my latest homebrew. A friend and I did an IPA with homegrown cascade hops.

decappan

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Any of you guys de-encapsulate a chip before? It seems the cleanest way (relatively speaking) is to use 99% nitric acid at room temp. If you have 70% nitric you gotta do it 200-300 C and thus a fume hood is advised. Thanks to drugs and terrorism, it's rather difficult to get chemicals as a private citizen these days. You guys know any other ways of decapping chips?
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Hi /diy/ My fiance and I are getting married in May. We decided on a literary theme, so lots of our books and old love letters will be on display. (We were long distance for 3 years so have written each other hundreds of letters and she is making her paper bouquet out of them.) I want to build a wooden letterbox to be used during our ceremony in lieu of a unity candle or sand ceremony. I want us to write each other a letter every year and drop it into the box for us to open again on our next anniversary and read together. They have letter/wine boxes sold on Etsy but I want to make it myself. These versions usually have the couple nail the box shut with a hammer during the ceremony. I have never done anthing like this, so I don't have any knowledge on how to do so, nor do I own any tools. It needs to be able to withstand the test of time as we will be opening and resealing it once a year for the rest of our lives. I need to know everything about how to make a wood box: what type of wood to get, how to cut it, how to construct, finish the wood, the closing mechanism, etc. Please help.
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Leather I come from /p/ for leather advice. I want to make a holdfast moneymaker type strap, as I'm in the UK and a £220 price tag after import, shipping and the strap isn't worth it. How do I go about making one? What tools and materials do I need? What leather to use (Obiously something that isn't too rigid, no idea how to find that stuff in the leather world) Is it worth making it, being a complete novice in leather craft..? >pic related a glorious hipsterholdfast moneymaker.

questions that don't deserve their own thread

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qtddtot Couldn't find one in the catalog. Here's mine: What type of bulb is this, and are there shorter variants of it? I need to replace the one that was in my flashlight, and the one that was in it bumps against the lense. Bought from a pawn shop, so no owner's manual or parts list, and I really don't think this was the original bulb.
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rate my purchase http://www.amazon.com/Frigidaire-FRA083AT7-Window-Mounted-Mini-Compact-Full-Function/dp/B00FJ32BSW i live in florida where its hot even on the "nice days" and since my room is basically as hot as a server room with all the electronics and the other ppl in the house bitch about how cold i wanna keep it, i finally broke down and got my own window unit tried to look every where for one that has an actual open vent to bring in outside air but apparently they dont exist so at the very least i can keep the fan on to dehumidify the room i also went with an 8k cause i saw some reviews about how the 5-6k ones didnt quite work as well and even tho my room is only about 12x10x10 i figured the extra bit wouldnt hurt, especially given the conditions and for comparisons, if i turned off the A/C right now (just the unit not the central air fans) the temp starts rising immediately
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how do i clean piss on my carpet /diy/?

noko

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I bought a Prusa Mendel printer, just so it would collect dust. God, I didn't think this through. What have you built on your 3d printer?

Replacing a Tube

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I was here last week, and some very helpful anons helped me troubleshoot an ultrasonic machine that's burning thru fuses. I just want to get a second opinion on where I've gotten to. The machine uses a 5A fuse, and per someone's advice, I started using 6A fuses to try to burnout the trouble component. I believe it is one of these tubes. one of them has blue arcing inside it and gets much hotter than the other. Do these symptoms check out? would this be blowing fuses? Also- general tube handling information would be appreciated. I don't know what I don't know. I've never replaced one of these before.
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On a scale of 1 to 10, how hard would it be to make a midget submarine out of a used pressure vessel?

IR LED

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Hello /diy/, I've bought some IR LEDs, resistors and whatnot to build a TrackIR. Problem is, everything in google says that anode, which is the positive contact, should be smaller, and that the reflector and the bigger part of the LED is cathode and the negative contact. So I wired one up to test, and it didn't work at first, but it did when I reversed it. Can you shed some light? Are these some funky groovy LEDs that don't play by the rules? Also the setup is: power: 5.6v 800mA charger diodes: IR 100mA resistors: have a bunch of 8.2 and 2.0 ohm ones
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I'm working on a fancy light controller for 12 volt lights, but I need a bunch of io. I'd just use switches but there's a bunch of conditions for each circuit. I have low voltage DC experience, but little microcontroller experience. What's my best choice for a controller that's easy to set up? This?
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I need advice on getting a first car. I thought about buying a used one and came across this car, a 2006 Chrysler Sebring Touring for only $500. http://stockton.craigslist.org/cto/4608846571.html Problem is the engine doesn't run. Now I'm willing to learn how to fix it and can buy tools, even have an uncle visiting us next week who's a mechanic who can help me. Is this a good idea to get a cheap, reliable car? I figure that if I'm buying used, I might as well get one that I know is definitely going to be reliable because I fixed it and rebuilt the engine.

noko

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Hey there all. My Game Boy Advance no longer holds a battery charge (I'm lucky to get an hour off a new set of batteries). Is there any way I can clean or fix the problem, or do I have to just cough up for a new one? Thanks in advance. (If this is the wrong board to ask, sorry, but I'm not really sure what this would fall under).
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How hard would it be to build a fully functional piano from scratch?






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