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Recently, my grandmothers lift chair stopped working (well the charger for it) and we need to replace it.
Did some googling, and it's a 24v 2 amp charger.
>commonly used in; On-board and Off-board applications, specially designed for electric scooter, power wheel-chairs and patient lifts among others.
I don't know what happened to the unit, but the "error" light comes on when I hit the power switch. so im sure it's something internal that can be fixed.
a new charger (OEM-2402) is $136 shipped.
Is there a cheaper, power wheels charger I can get?
help setting up extreme budget surround sound for computer
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since /g/ doesnt seem like much help, im posting this here.
i need some suggestions on setting up a surround sound system for cheap for use on a gaming computer.
things i have:
2 6.5in pioneer car speakers, model TS-165P
2 6x9in pioneer car speakers, model TS-695P
2 old, crappy sony surround speakers (probably 10 years old)
375w unpowered subwoofer that is in a ported box
things i am about to get:
400w 5.1 channel sony receiver for $50 on CL
things i am thinking about getting:
300w bash amp for $45 on CL
one of the sony speakers will probably be used as the center speaker.
should i build boxes for the pioneer speakers or just some stands that prop the speakers up?
this setup will be used in a large basement, but all the speakers will be less than 5 feet from me.
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I'm thinking about making a still, but setting aside the building of this still fore some further date, due to the complete lack of money.
I have an electric stove, and I was thinking about getting thermometer that can be placed inside the pan to keep the temperature at a steady 80C (or 176F for our SI-challenged friends).
My question is that if I have a pan with 23 litres of mash in it, how much will the temperature vary?
Does an electronic stove with six different settings keep at a steady temperature or do I have to get an alternative heat source?
Also I hope that this doesn't go in the category about discussing drugs or drug paraphernalia, because hey, "its just alcohol."
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I'm REALLY confused and I need to ask you... WHAT THE HELL do I need to a flash a LiteOn 93450c?
I mean, the whole package, not just "the probe and ck3 mini" only to find out later I need some sort of special SATA card.
I don't have anything at all. So I need to know what do I need to buy. I've searched everywhere but most guys already have something or the info is simply incomplete.
I don't have much money, but I need something to extract the key, I need something to power that key extractor and the drive, I need something to connect the drive to my PC and I need those to be cheap. And that's pretty much everything, I guess.
Oh and I can't really buy a USB360PRO since it costs a fucking fortune. It's to play offline and I really need it under 30€.
Also, there are only a very few shops that sell that kind of stuff in Europe, so if you have links to those things, that would be GREAT.
Please, /diy/ I really need help on this one
Pic related, it's equal to my jasper XBOX
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I'm a senior in a science and math High school, and for the whole year we are working on a project to invent or improve upon an item not previously patented, that we could market or patent ourselves need be. I am wanting to do something with electronics, Mostly hardware if possible but I am aware of how to use C based languages from having been in school robotics.
My issue is, after browsing instructables, hackaday and miscellaneous sites in the stickied thread on the front page i have not yet found something inspiring to create.
So my question to you all, is what are some items that are relatively exotic, that if a market had been formed for these items you would purchase them, or make them yourself? (It is /diy/ after all).
Examples of other peoples projects are an inductive mouse, A table that when the cup is placed on it the table injects a drink into the cup, someone last year made improvements on a cigarette filter, one person made a quadrocopter from scratch, one student created an xbox 360 into a laptop and fashioned a carrying case into a portable power source that still held the xbox with a 4 hour battery life and safely shut down when power began to run low, and another person built an electric guitar with a built in speaker.
(My birthday was on the November 17th, so yes I am 18.)
>picture not even remotely related