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Loud AC intake

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I live in a house with all tile/wood flooring and any time my AC turns on, it's insanely loud. The intake is in my living room about 2 feet from my couch and when the house is cooling, the TV volume has to be up 15-20 more clicks just to hear. Terrible for immersion in movies/shows. Anyway, is there any way I can reduce the noise?
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Hey, I don't usually go on this board, but I am trying to make moonshine and I have no experience. Basically, I just put water, sugar and yeast in an airtight jar using proportions I found on Google. I'll let it sit a week or two and then check on it. It should, in theory, ferment into an 18% alcohol per volume solution, which I could then distill into a much stronger substance. But I think I'll wait and see if the fermentation works first. Any other stories about homemade alcohol?

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I've successfully welded pieces of clear vinyl like the one on my picture using a soldering iron, my concern is that one of the sides (the one I applied the heat) feels very rough, is there any other way for doing it?

Hiddenblade

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Hello guys/gals. I'm looking for a really good tutorial for a Hiddenblade, like the one from Assassins Creed. But I want to be able to accutaly be used as a weapon. I should be able to wear it all day without beeing noticed. Anyone got some good links ?
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What is the best way to paint a bike frame? I went cheap and just used spray Rustoleum and two coats of clear and I mine as well have painted it with mustard and ketchup.

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Looking to homebrew some cider. Thing is the ol' lady wants the alcohol content at under %5 and dry tasting. Any tips other than not adding sugar. also >homebrew thread

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Anyone have a good technique to rounding or softening the edges of a cut pvc pipe? I did a test piece and tried a few things. I tried files and sandpaper but neither seemed ideal. Any tips?

Semi busted mini-notebook laptop, looking for help and suggestions

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I do everything on an ASUS brand notebook, but before I was able to afford it, I was saddled with the thing you see pictured. I had to hook it up to a monitor in order to really use, and recently dug it out of box after a year of it sitting around. I've got two questions for you peeps on /diy/ >1. Is there a way to remove the screen so I can have it as simply a keyboard to hook to a monitor? >2. What are some suggestions to use it for, given it's limited hardware being a Dell, it runs linux. Thanks in advance for any and all help!

DLP TV Repair

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Hey /diy/ you're pretty much my last hope in this project. >Got a 60" DLP tv for free > was told the screen was punched out and the only hdmi port doesnt work. >I've managed to reseat the screening, but after I put it back together I noticed that neither the touch-sensitive buttons nor the remote control will turn the tv on (although there are lights indicating power. Note: there are boards for the buttons/IR receiver merged into one with a single ribbon traced all the way back to the main board, all connections seem fine. Pic Related: My type of t.v. (pics available upon request)

Lawncare Advice

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I have a backyard that's pretty weed ridden and thin. Fall is coming up very soon, and I need to know when are the best times to do certain things. I have a weedkiller I can spread, and the instructions say mow it down, water it, then apply week killer. It's meant to be a treatment over the winter. Got it. My question is when do I apply some grass seed to help patch it up? Is that a spring only thing, or can I do something now? And if now, do I do it before or after the weedkiller is applied? Pic related, my backyard that is getting most of my attention.
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In the stage of info. gathering. my question here is this: Can i make a flying control circuit board from scratch at home? and what do i have to consider when doing so, because buying the parts will make it less fun as a/diy/ project.
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Hi DIY, what do you use for screwdrivers? Please impart your secrets of consumer screwing upon my blank and open mind. Background: I'm American. This means that I want to screw and unscrew everything possible. Give me metric screwdrivers, phillips screwdrivers, screwdrivers you can buy at OSH. I'm really looking for something small that doesn't have a proprietary bit exchange mechanism (around 7" and/or 19 cm) Pic related, it's the smallest screwdriver I could find in less than 30 seconds.
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I know my topic is more of /g/ subject but fuck those guys. I know it would descend into a brand shaming pissing contest in short order. So, heres the problem. I have a Cherry MX based mechanical keyboard (that shall remain nameless) and the keycaps are going to shit on me. Overall I'm pleased with the keyboard and want to key it in service but it appears that weak keycaps is a common issue with this one. Sadly, the manufacturer is not selling replacement caps, only warranty replacements of the entire keyboard. This seems to be something I could get 3D printed locally. Does anyone know a source for some files? I know next to nothing about 3D printing and Google failed me. Specifically I need some size 1.5 keys (ctrl) as well as some standard size 1 keys. Or how about about fixing the keys? The issue is the X shaped shaft that fits over the switches. The thinest part of the shaft is cracking on me. How well would super glue work to hold the thin ABS together? The area to work in is pretty tiny and there is not much surface area. I'd also be concerned about excess glue getting in the shaft and making it so I can't fit the caps back on. Failing that does anyone know of a cheap and durable source of replacement keycaps? I don't want to buy a whole set as they are generally $40+. I just want to replace them as they fail and I don't want to be spending $5+ per key. Any material is suitable as long as its solid, black, durable and will fit properly.
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So /diy/, I came into possession of a clay mug. It's absolutely huge, which I like in a cup, and it's microwave/dishwasher/oven safe. The issue is, the seal along the bottom of the mug doesn't hold, it leaks. Is there any food-grade equivalent of epoxy that I could use to repair this and make it usable? I don't have access to a kiln and it would be a shame to see this mug go to waste. Terrible cell phone picture related, it's the bottom of the mug where the seal doesn't hold.

Compact 3-5/8 setting tool

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Just Purchase a three axis lathe, get the piston inside heat treated and you too can make thousands of dollars off these in your very own home today! You fucking mad that I make more money than you /diy/? You mad that I fuck all your bitches as supreme giga nigger?

What Metal Is This?

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Hey /diy/ I'm getting into casting and bought a cheap set of large (~18") brass-colored metal forks and spoons (possibly decorative) to melt down. The surface looks like a copper alloy (brassy with green corroded areas). However, since they were kind of dirty, I soaked them in water put a wire brush to them and found that the yellow finish came off fairly easily, revealing a silver-colored metal to be the base. I suspect the yellow layer was electroplated on since it doesn't flake off. Any idea what kind of metal it might be? It's certainly not copper. Copper could have been electroplated on and put to a flame to form an outer layer of brass or bronze, which would suggest the base metal would need to be zinc or tin respectively, but I don't have any other reasons to believe that. Also, material is not attracted by a magnet, which suggests a nonferrous alloy.
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hey /diy/ so 6 months from now we need to submit a prototype of an automatic lawnmower. The point of the project is to make the AI reasonable and able to navigate relatively well. Problem is that out of our group of 4 people none of us have a lot of experience with with hardware or circuitry and what we have comes from house related labor. That's why i'm here, /r/ing any useful literature, contacts with people who've done or documented similar projects as well as general do and don'ts.






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