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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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Yo /diy/nos, there are usually a few threads about homebrewing but I havent seen too many lately. I was just wondering what everyones main source for info is. Is there one reputable resource that makes things simple? I dont need to understand the theory of it I just want cheap hooch.
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Hey /diy/! I want to take on pottery on my piece of land and I want to build my own kiln. Do you have any reccomendations, literature maybe to share? I heard the "Architecture de feu" and "Paroles de feu" are good books, but I can't find them anywhere. Anyway, I welcome all reccomendations and guides on how to buld a kiln for pottery burning. Thanks!

Friction fire training kit

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Over the last few summers, I've been volunteering at a local summer camp that teaches basic wilderness survival skills to city kids. One area that always interested me was friction fires. Apparently it's a common idea that friction fires are literally a forgotten skill, and no knows how to do it anymore, and that it's some kind of impossible feat that only injuns understood. And the parents are routinely amazed that a couple of seven year olds can build a fire after only a few hours practice and patience. So I got thinking. How hard would it be to make a practice kit, just a rotating dowel and holding chock with a fitting to accept prefabricated mullen? Something standardized and with helpful instructions to teach people basic posture and how to apply force?
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So, my computer fan broke. Feels bad to just throw it away. What can i do with if? It's 120mm if anyone is wondering.
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Let's say I have a simple circuit that turns on an LED lamp when someone opens the door (door and door-ledge seperate). I now want to replace this lamp with a circuit that sends some form of wireless signal (RF?). How can I do this? RF transmitter/receiver? If I have multiple circuits, how can I differentiate between the signals?
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Hey /diy/, so I have a habit of holding onto shopping bags. You know, the good quality sturdy kind that you get from buying at stores like Victoria's Secret, American Eagle, Sephora... pic-related basically. I've been holding onto a few from stores like Anthropologie and Desigual. I even have one from Nintendo World and another from a Sanrio event in NYC. Hell, the Desigual bag even has a velcro fastener inside to close it. Basically, I feel like these bags are too nice to toss, but at the same time I don't want to look like some kind of bag hoarder. Got any creative ideas as to what I could do with these bags?
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Greetings /dyi/ i have a problem and am in need of some direction. So a while back my buddy had a party and long story short i got drunk and put him through a wall. Now i have about 2 months to fix a 2 foot by 2 foot hole before he moves. From what ive seen there arnt any pipes or wires in the area if it matters. Also while i have moderate experience with tools and building stuff i haven't ever worked with dry wall. What supplies do i need? Is there any way to do this that doesn't involve painting his whole room to cover up the patch? Any step by step guides on doing this? Any tips or tricks i should know about? Thanks
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Hello, can somebody plese help me out? What should i use to clean oxidized leads before soldering? You see, id like to solder in some old nixie tubes that have oxidized leads and i want to make sure, it will wet just fine. Please understand that i havent soldered any old components before, so i havent dealed with cleaning before. tldr: how to clean leads?

3D Printing Thread

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Getting my prusa kit tomorrow, what are you guys making?
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Homemade telescopes, anons. Can i get some info here?
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Almost done with the drainage work. Will hopefully fix the water leak from the exhaust shaft tomorrow.
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Electronics / guitar effects pedals thread. Old one died a few days ago, and I need advice. My first project, an MXR Phase 90 replica, is giving me a massive headache. I started building it ages ago, and still haven't finished. Basically, when the box is turned off, everything works fine. Circuit gets bypassed, signal goes out. The problems start when I turn it on. > turn box on > LED turns on > no sound Well, I CAN make sounds with it. By touching the tip of my instrument cable (sending signal) and then tapping on the enclosure / pot / switch, I can make popping noises. Neat, right? Just not what I want. I guess this means the signal gets shorted to ground somewhere; I just can't figure out where that happens. I have insulated pretty much 80 % of the enclosure's interior (the rest being spots where there is no possibility that the signal gets shorted). I have resoldered the entire board to make sure there are no cold solder joints, and checked all other connections with a multimeter. Help! More pictures will follow after lunch.
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Are there any cardboard furniture infographics? I'm designing my own furniture, will post them here when im done and if the thread is still up. For now i want to design the following: -stool -chair -sofa -coffe table -desk -bookshelf.
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I'm interested in building a simple adjustable 0-25VDC lab power supply from an LM317 voltage regulator IC. In the past I have built a small 6V/250mA power supply for a battery charger using an LM317 chip and it has proven very reliable. It's cheap and easy to use. My transformer is 24VAC/300VA and it outputs 33VDC after rectification and filtering. Ideally the lab power supply needs to provide about 2...3 A of output current, so I'm considering to connect an external PNP transistor to the LM317 to boost its output current. Which specifications should be taken into account when choosing a power transistor to be used with an LM317 power supply? I suppose a metal-can type would be good for best heat dissipation. I've been looking at PNP type BD318, it has a max current of 16 amps for a very cheap price at a local electronics shop. Pic shows some kind of DIY power supply, although I would prefer to use a plastic enclosure.
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Got redirected here from /sci/ I need some help refining my procedure for this science fair project. I know underage b& but lolsenior. The procedure is relatively simple but I'm having trouble putting it in words. Basically I tested how the drainage rate(?) affects energy output. In order to do this I fixed pipes of varying diameter to the end of a bottle overhead a waterwheel and poured 2l of water in. Heres what I have but it seems awkward. 1. Acquire a 10" (254 mm) water wheel with a stand that allows for free rotation. There should be 12 equal distant blades. 2. Fix a funnel 2" (50.8 mm) above and 2" offset from the center of the water wheel with a variable spout 3. Fix a 3/8" (9.53 mm) cylindrical spout to the funnel 4. Pour 2 liters of water into the funnel. Count the number of rotations to the nearest tenth. 5. Repeat step 4 for a total of 25 trials. 6. Remove the 3/8" spout and replace with 1/2" spout. 7. Repeat steps 4 and 5. 8. Remove the 1/2" spout and replace with a 3/4" (19.1 mm) spout. 9. Repeat steps 4 and 5.

/diy/ Archery target?

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Hey guys, I just recently got into archery but the only archery range is an hour away, I was going to buy a target from the shop but it was way to expensive and shooting in my backyard would be bad for the fences. How would i make a target that is large but also on the cheap, any advice? my bow is a Compound so it has to be relatively strong.






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