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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'm restoring an old toolbox and have run into a problem. The inside of the box has rust in the corners and joints in the sheet metal. I can't get in there with my drill and wire wheel and even my Dremel is too large to reach the tight spaces. I need to get that rust out before I can prime and paint it. The bad news is the outside of the box still has its original paint and it looks nearly new and I'd like to keep it that way. Electrolysis is out because I don't have the equipment for it. What are my options? Pic semi related but not the box in question.

Doily rugsi

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I've always wanted to crochet my own doily rug. They are so beautiful but it is estimated to take 8 hours nonstop to crochet one. Is crocheting hard? Or do you think crocheting a rug would be?

Guitar mods

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Hey /diy/, lately I've been considering modding alot of the hardware on my cheapy Strat copy (Westfield E1000). I'd like to keep the neck because I love the neck, but change ALOT of other things, maybe even the body itself, along with pickups, bridge, nut, and tuners. I just came here for help about it, does anyone have experience of modding a cheap guitar? Any tips? Cheers.
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Does anyone know of any perler bead app like Bead It but for Android? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgTqWa-8NI8
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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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Homemade telescopes, anons. Can i get some info here?

Alarm Clock Oscillator

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Hey there /diy/. I've been trying to figure out how to force the alarm tone, and pitch it on a 1993 GE Alarm Clock I've had laying around, but I'm not having much luck identifying the portion of the circuit that produces the tone by sight. Because it's an AC plug, I'm a bit hesitant to plug it in and start tinkering in hopes to find it. Does anyone know where I might be able to find either a circuit diagram, so I can look over it a bit easier, or any advice on locating the components that control the pitch? >pic related, it's a picture I found online of the clock
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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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Dear /diy/. I'm leaving, perhaps for good, so I thought I'd say goodbye. Thanks for all the memories, and for being my family for the last few years. From Anon to Anon, good luck.
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Calling all Dumpster Divers pic unrelated I've hit a rough patch in my life and posted a similar thread a couple days ago, but had to abandon it early. Long story short, I'm dirt poor and hungry and need to feed myself till my next paycheck comes in. Food bank's three days away, but I ate the last of my food two days ago and am starting to get desperate. Anybody have any experience getting some food that's still relatively healthy from scavenging grocery dumpsters??? Thanks for your time, anons
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Hi, first time poster here, my laptops graphic chip recently up and died and is going to cost around 200 dollars to fix plus a diagnostic because reasons so I decided to use this as an opportunity to finally build a PC since I've wanted to do it for a while now. I decided to use the Falcon Guide mainly because it's well organised, easy to understand and the colors match but I've run into a problem, it seems that some of the builds use incompatible parts, or to be more precise, ONLY list incompatible parts. The build I noticed this on is the Minimum Build which lists AMD Radeon HD 6570 and 6670 GPU's paired with Intel Celeron G540 and G530 CPU's. I'd like to know if someone here could explain to me if this is a mistake or if I am missing something as I always thought the combination was incompatible....I mostly want to know so the clerks at the tech plaza will stop snickering at me and so that I dont put together a POS that barely works, thanks.

CB radio help

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This is problibly the best place to ask. I need help for an entire mobile set up. I've read a bunch of reviews, how to's, and general info's but still struggle with what I should get. I want a decent radio with SSB but cant pick between the Galaxy DX 959, Cobra 148 or the "new" Ubiden 980 SSB. I like the freq counter on the Galaxy, I'm hearing the cobra is a better radio, but I prefer the modern look of Ubiden. But in the end I want the supirior product and looks are secondary. I'm going to be purchasing one component at a time, every other payday kind of thing. I eventually plan on purchasing a linear amplifier. I've been looking at RM Italy KL 203p for the good price/bang ratio. Texas Star's are just too expensive for me at the moment. The amp will obviously come last, a few months after I get the Radio and antenna set up. My end game is decent range/quality/price. So the next tough and problibly most imortant decision is the anntenna. I'm totally at a lost here. I want an omnidirectional anntenna that will be mounted on the roof of a 2001 Chevy Blazer and I dont want it to be larger than 5ft. I dont care if I have to drill holes or if its magnet mounted but I would prefer the magnet and more specifically something that can use a "tri-mag" mount, for ease and the fact that, that sucker wont go anywhere. I dont have a preference on weather its a steel whip or fiberglass. I'm willing to spend up too $100 or even more as long as I'm getting what I'm paying for. Any and all help and reccomendations are greatly appreciated.
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John Dunsworth, of Trailer Park Boys fame, made one of the greatest YouTube videos of all time. You should watch it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mcQfP8k51s

Hallucinate Ganzfeld

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can someone fill me in on the half ping ping ball and static radio hallucination thing? anything I might see?
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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!


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Hey Has anyone here built their own Oxygen Concentrator. They don't seem to complicated - was thinking of using an air compressor and two chambers of Zeolite to trap the Nitrogen. And a further chamber to hold the oxygen. The Zeolite chambers would have solenoid valves controlled by a lawn sprayer controller - to direct air through one chamber for 30 seconds whilst venting the other and alternating between them continuously. This would provide a steady air flow into the oxygen tank. I haven't seen anyone build one, and I resent paying for Oxygen went it is 21% of the atmosphere.
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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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