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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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So, /diy/, I have a small wooden chest that I was thinking of making a mimic out of. Any ideas on what materials to use for the teeth and/or mouth? Also, if you have an idea of what to attach the material to the chest with, that would help. I don't want some piece of shit that just falls apart.
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How would I go about casting my own iron weight plates from scrap iron? I have a nearly unlimited source of scrap iron near my house in the form of discarded railroad nails left in a shallow river when they demolished an old railroad bridge.


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HELP! Does anyone have experience with old lathes? More specifically the 1930s SouthBend 9in lathes? I found a metric copy of one, and I'm interested in buying it, but I need to know something important first. It doesn't have an english-syle thread cross feed gearbox, so how difficult is it to cut threads with it? Do I need to like take the whole machine down, and replace the sprockets or something?

Tile Removal ?

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How do I remove this old ceramic toilet paper holder? (What's left of it anyway). Ceramic is sharp. I tried bashing it, and then cutting it with a Dremel, but it's mortared in there pretty good. Suggestions diy?
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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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OK, /diy/hards, I need your help to solve a riddle I found myself in. I am given money with which I must buy materials or merchandise which (after some alteration) I can sell. The money I make from the sell I keep for myself, but I can't just buy something and sell it straight away. What should I do

Working Sheet Metal

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This can be a sheet metal general thread, but I have a question. What is the easiest and/or best ways to seal up holes (1/4" to 3"x4") in sheet metal where they will encounter medium temperatures (500F-1000F)? The application is for a trash burning, double-walled, insulated cook stove. So, it would be preferable that the inner fire box be mostly air tight except for the air intake. I have JB Weld (good up to 600F intermittently), a rivet gun, a few DIY spot welders, a DC battery-powered stick welder. The sheet metal I'm working with is from old salvaged appliances (microwaves/ovens/etc), so I don't know the exact thickness. I do not currently have any other type of welders, but have enough to make a MIG welder in the future.
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Hey /diy/, /k/ here with a stupid question. I'm trying use two 2" corner braces to fix my 11 month old son's bookshelf to his wall (don't need him pulling it down on top of himself). I don't have a stud finder and despite all the tapping on the wall (annoying my neighbors no doubt) and signs of previous screws I can't find a stud to save my life. The bookshelf goes in the corner of the room. Is there a general rule of thumb for stud placement? Basically can I measure a certain distance from the other wall and be in the general ball park? I'm planning on ordering this: http://www.amazon.com/Franklin-Sensors-ProSensor-710-Precision/dp/B0064EICKG/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1358896830&sr=8-3&keywords=stud+finder but in the meantime I'd like to get this done. Also, any reviews on that particular studfinder would be great. I'm more of a mechanic and semi-new to working on house stuff.
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How can I make a boner hiding device?
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Does any have experience converting a van into a liveable space? Any suggestions to enhance the comfort and efficacy of this idea?
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/diy/, I'm sick and tired of epoxy not drying for me. I have almost never been able to get a batch of two-part epoxy to dry properly. It always just stays soft, no matter how careful I am to mix equal parts of resin and hardener. The only thing I've ever been able to get right is Marine-Tex, but that won't work for what I'm doing now, because I need it to be clear. I'm trying to waterproof something, but no matter how long I leave it to dry, I come back to it and the epoxy's soft, and water gets in. What could I possibly be doing wrong? I don't understand. I highly doubt that epoxy is supposed to dry soft.
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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?

Bug Out Bags

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there isnt a link in the sticky for this sort of thing. i remember there being a few threads about them back when this board first started. there are plenty of pages online about them, but thats all boring. im looking for more specific info. any special items you carry, thats not usually included in online lists? tools of choice? experience stories?
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How hard would it be to create something like this? Would the lift be hard to make/How would I make it? I was thinking of creating a bed frame for my bed when I came upon this picture and want to know how hard it would be to do. I think that that the hardest thing to do beside the lift would be making the floor lower because I have marble. (I would want to keep basically the same surface but just around 4 feet lower) Any specifics on how to do this would also be extremely useful


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Ive just been tasked to design an interesting and useful machine that converts rotary motion to linear motion. I don't want flat out ideas but do you guys know any good methods of idea generation? pic related
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I have 4 grand, how can I use it to get more money?

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