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Ceiling Fan won't turn on lowest setting anymore.

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One of my ceiling fans no longer wants to turn on the lowest setting. This fan has been running every winter on the low setting for 8 years now I think. The medium and high settings work perfectly and strong. The fan was on last night and when I woke up I could still hear the motor trying to turn, making a low hum as always, but the blades had stalled. So far my thoughts are, -Pull-chain contacts need cleaned. -Possible capacitor problem. Any ideas before I open it up?

Money Making Thread

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I've taken a semester of college and need to make some money. I live an Vancouver and need some ideas of what would work, help me out. Pic related its the bike I stole and sold, shit was to risky.
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I want to get into glass blowing for as cheap as I can get I have access to just about any tool including all forms of welding. I need to build a oxygen propane torch a electric annealing oven a electric glass furnace and a glory hole I have tons of metal stock any useful links or designs?
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i want to do a henna tattoo by myself. anyone got experience with that? how long did they stay on your skin? any suggestions?
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hey /diy/, i'm a current (philosophy) student considering going into welding. what are the pros and cons of this as compared to going to college? would you recommend going straight for a certificate, getting an associate's degree, or going for an apprenticeship? if the answer is an apprenticeship, where would one start looking to get it started up?

My first suit of armour

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Hey /diy/ I'm posting a step by step project diary on my armour project. This is the first full armour project I've ever done - hopefully a good source of info and processes for anyone else thinking about creating their own armour. Also as I'm writing this as I built this armour with luck you'll learn by any mistakes I make. Will try and keep this thread updated daily until completion which I think will take around a week. Hope you enjoy my thread!
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Has anyone around here modified their car at home without paying a professional? I'm wandering what kinds of machinery i would need to pimp my ride.
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Hey /diy/ , i found this old solar charger, i tested the cell with a voltimeter and it works! so, i'm pretty sure that all the board works. can you tell me how to wire it to use it (charge it) with that 9v battery?
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Let's talk a little about prudent finances. I have 700 dollars. What do you think is the wisest way to use this money, under the assumption that my basic and luxury needs are already met? Any suggestions or project ideas are welcome. Please feel free to use this thread for your own monetary questions as well.
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How can I make a boner hiding device?
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Dear /diy/, how can I calculate which size potentiometer I need? For example, if I know the input is 12V @ 1A, how do I calculate the size of the potentiometer I would need to get an output between 0V & (as near as possible) 12V?

T shirt help

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Dear /diy/ I wasn't really sure where to post this but here I go. I wanted to make some t shirts for my skate group but I dont really know wtf to use. We all like cats so I started to design some concepts but where do I start? Thanks
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my ipod shuffle is all covered in ink, any /diy/er to help me out? >inb4 applefag

Speaker/Headphone wiring

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Hey /diy/ I was listening to my MP3 player when I thought about connecting my MP3 to my larger speakers Is there anyway to connect a 3mm headphone jack to some speakers? I would assume I would just connect the positive and negative wires to their respective parts on the 3mm headphone jack (In case you didn't notice I'm not too great with electronics) So, any ideas?
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Hey /diy/ quick question does engineering have anything to do with building things like you see on this board? If so... what type of engineering.
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Just bought a used N64 and I'm having trouble with the AV connection to the console. Bought a new cord. Nothing. Took apart, cleaned, etc. Nothing. Tried using petroleum jelly to help connection at the console. Nothing. The only success was right after i took it apart and cleaned it. I plugged it in and go Pokemon Stadium to play, then turned it off and tried a different game and got no picture or sound. Same thing when I put Pokemon stadium back in, no pic or sound. Any tips or suggestions?
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hi /diy/ Not a regular on here so please no "lurkmoar" comments. Basically, I have some speakers, Sansui model S-61U, from the late 70's I believe. Got 'em off CL cheap, and they work pretty well, but I think they can be better. The two issues are: 1) Resonance in the midranges leading to muddy sound 2) Weak bass (despite 12" woofers; closed cabinet design) Right now I'm planning on at least filling the backs of the cabinets with more serious sound dampening, but I was more curious about replacing the capacitors which seem to be working as crossovers, and possibly adding resistors to reduce the mids and highs relative to the bass to flatten out the frequency distribution. I'm not an EE guy, so any guidance on these would be helpful! Is it worth it changing the capacitors? They look fine, but they're also very old at this point. And which resistors should I add? Or is this just a bad idea?
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Does anyone have any DIY for making a compass which doesn't fucking require a huge bowl of goddamn water? pic related Is it even possible, btw?
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Is stock market trading considered DIY? Or should I go to a different board? I'm just looking for tips on where to start out--what to read, what software to use, etc.
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Ok... here we go... How about using mirrors to illuminate a wide room using very few bulb and mirrors. Mirrors...I would like to hear your lore about this subject.

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