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running a DC motor with laptop PSU

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hello /diy/, long time lurker, first time poster here. I have a certain problem with a project of mine, I need to run a 12 volt winshield wiper motor with a laptop power supply, the motor itself is rated 12 volt 3 amp (while running I guess) and the laptop power source is rated at 14 volts and 6 amps, (the motor could definetly hande the 14 volts ad the 6 amp current.) but theres a problem with the internal surge protection of the PSU, since the motor takes a lot more than 3 amps on startup for a fraction of a second, the PSU kicks out and the motor only nudges itself forward few millimeters every other second. so is there any trick to by-pass the internal surge protection of the PSU? Im fairly decent in electronics in general but Im not smart enough to figure this out by myself thanks in advance
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Hey /diy/, I've got a large, threaded bolt (M12), but I want to make it partially unthreaded. Ideally, I'd want to strip the threads off, but I don't really have any tools designed for that. The overall thickness of the finished piece doesn't matter too much though, so I'm thinking that some kind of sleeve might be best.






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