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Innocent question here Um...how do you... How do you split plywood? Like...how do you 'un'ply it? I need the separate layers.
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What's a good way to discretely destroy a large amount of documents? I have about 100lbs of papers that need to be destroyed. A shredder would take hours, so I'm looking for a more efficient way. Burning them would be quickest and easiest, but the neighbors would complain if there was a plume of smoke coming from my backyard, so I'm looking for something more discreet.
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I salvaged this power supply from a printer (model number K30290) and I want to use it as a lab power supply. It has 5 wires: one blue, one yellow, one red, and two black. The back says the output is 24V 0.5A and 32V 0.85A. The problem is, when I measure the voltage of the wires, red has 7.48V, and blue shows 9.91V. Is this normal? Another thing, the yellow wire outputs no power. What's it for?
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My Xbox has a RRoD. I don't have any screwdriver that fits the heatsink screws. Can I reflow it without removing the heatsink?
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Some friends of mine built a hot tub last year in the garden. I really enjoyed it and I wanted to recreate one. They used a aquarium pump. but I dont want to be dependable on electricity. So I thought about using a hand bilge pump to keep the waterflow going. My question is do you think this this work? I just had this idea, maybe its bullshit. Oh and sorry about the bad picture. Im at work and only have paint to deal with and my coworkers are already checking out what Im doing.
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Hey, /diy/ I am really interested in the idea of creating metal parts, but don't know anything about machining. I have looked around, but I haven't found any good resources. Could you guys recommend me some good tutorials or other resources for learning about machining? Also, what tools/machines would I need for a basic machine shop?
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Hi /diy/, I suppose this would be the place to ask this. A few days ago I used this epoxy shit to fix a broken axle on an old plastic model of a Model T. I applied the epoxy and let it sit overnight. When I put the model back in the case, the stench of the epoxy was so strong it resonated beyond the casing. My entire room smells like this epoxy, and it's making me physically ill. How can I get this thing to stop smelling like burning hair?
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Lets say you have a 2 MB byte array, being the first bytes the most significant bytes and the last one the lest significant. i.e. 02,00,00,01 2 * 256 * 256 * 256 = 33554432 1 * 1 = 1 Decimal = 33554433 And you want to convert that "endless" chain of byes to a unsigned decimal, something like this: input = FF,00,23,44,52,12,44,A0,DE,AD,BE,EF,F0,F0 output = 082397459283742370597423095724390752L How would you do it? Background information... I needed to convert a 128 bit string (UUID, GUID) to Code128C (because in Code128C, every 2 decimal digits is one single char) So I decided to convert 128 bit in C# to Decimal. a 128 bit number represented as Decimal will be as long as 39 decimal numbers, so I work around using 2 64 bit number (ulong) and using 40 decimal numbers, so my actual problem was solved. But I was thinking... what if I wanted to put a infinite amount of data into a Code 128C barcode... What if I wanted to represent a huge number without loosing any precision. in C#, you can only have this types: Decimal (holds 128 bits with a Mantisa, so no good) Double (don't know, but its not infinite) Long (64 bits) int (32 bits) etc. Of course, there is always the workaround on using a huge string and implementing your own Math operations. You could also use BCD and code 2 digits on a single byte but no... I want what algorithm would someone need to implement to convert a "Endless source of Bytes" to a "Endless chain of decimal numbers". Any ideas?
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So I've wanted to get a sitar recently, and I put an ad on craigslist. This guy emails me saying he has a sitar but it needs a new tuning peg, and is asking me $300. I asked him to send me pics. So He sends me some pictures and says "Now I remember why this has been put away for so long, theres a huge crack in it" Is there any way I can fix this? I wouldn't offer him more than $50, but I'd like to be sure I can fix this piece of shit before I waste the money. Is there anyway I can fix this?
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hey, just bought a new house has some old looking built in robes (usually on sliding runners and most of the time one side will have a mirror) they look a bit tacky and was wondering if anyone has any renovation picture or designer home i can get ideas from to fix. trade back ground so not a big deal doing it myself.
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Hi I was here last year asking about a MOBO I found at my place of work (e-recycling plant), well I found a 32" LCD flat screen at the end of someones driveway during a curbside give away. Anyways my problem is this. It worked or it did when I first got it, but over time I noticed it would take longer and longer to turn on. It would make it to the "Phillips" screen then turn off. so since I'm quite frugal I would like to try and fix it myself. Anyways I was hoping you could help me figure out what the source of the problem might be and weather or not it would be cheaper to get a repair shop to look at it (just a look; I found, costs 90$) or just trouble shoot the problem and give it a wack myself since I have the spare time and curiosity to learn more about it. I've taken the back cover off and looked at one of the PCBs (printed computer boards?) that the main power cord connects too and I couldn't notice any bulging capacitors, but found the green side to be covered in a brownish substance that wasn't sticky. I've also found this in my research: http://www.fixya.com/support/t10422002-philips_32pfl3505d_f7_lcd the last part of the url being my model number...although Ive never had problems with picture just that the set takes longer and longer to "warm up" or turn on. The reason why I ask for your help is this video of a guy fixing a "dead" tv of the same brand/make for some time and MAYBE 10 bux in parts. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aw7Y9LZNdSc Any suggestions on what components to look at or how to test them? TL;DR my free TV takes too long to turn on, how do i fix it? It was garbage when I found it so I don't have anything to lose. Or should I just go and buy one of the same from a store and swap, if so any tips? Please /diy/ Your my only hope....
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What brand of tools or specific tool sets do all you /diy/ers and Crafters use? I'm in the market for a new set and would love your input.
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would membranes that fill with water such as this help stabilize a boat in water? just wondering if this works, if it needs to be denser than water, or is a dumb idea and doesn't even work
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I have recently wanted to go as a Tanith trooper for a cosplay at some convention (and with the full set of gear, begin building my portfolio for prop work). With that, I would need to make a cloak in the nature of pic related. My question is, how would I go about doing so? The cloaks that don't belong to the commissar look to not have any sort of pin or brooch holding them, but just slip on over the head. Also, I'm at a loss how to do the camouflage. Most of the tutorials haven't told me all that much and don't really go for what I'm looking to achieve. Any ideas?


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Hey /dyi/ I'm going to soon make the house of my dreams. However, i'm more focused on building my dream bedroom. Please post some pics of awesome modern concepts for my new bedroom. TL;DR cool bedroom concepts
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You'd think a vehicle with less than 55,000 miles on it and less than 5 years old wouldn't develop a rear main seal leak, would you? But it did, damnit.. Anyone happen to know how much trouble it's going to be to replace the rear main seal? Pulling the transmission is a given. What I don't know is if I'm going to need to pull the oil pan or not, and if so, can I do it without having to pull the engine? Authoritative answers greatly appreciated. ..and yes, I'm trying to find a service manual online, and I'll be buying one in the near future. I went into debt for a newer vehicle so I wouldn't have to keep fixing shit like this, damnit..
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Hey /diy/ are there any glues or epoxy compounds that are safe to use in direct heat that are at the same time safe to be inhaled?


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I'm looking to take a flight from Texas to Arizona. in order to sort of vacation in a way, not really that it matters why, but what I'm asking is: How do I find quick ways to make a few hundred dollars to buy a plane ticket? Any way to make a significant donation to the fund. What is there to make quick money?
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Hey guys, applying for a job with Home Depot. Any mentions for what I should know about them while working under them?

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