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I have this old alarm clock that no longer keeps time. Sometimes it runs spot on but others it runs up to twice as fast as normal. I've checked the outlet and my multimeter says its a solid 59.999 hertz. I've tried other didtal clock on the same outlet and they operate fine. I've tried it with and without a backup battery installed, no change. What I'd like to do is fix the thing and practice my soldering and repair skills. Its old as hell so the insides are very simple. I've checked the single cap inside it and it looks mint. There are no scorch marks on the board or any of the components and the inside is generally clean. It has a single small power transformer and it too looks perfect. The heart of this puppy is a Texas Instruments TMS3450NL. What could be causing this clock to gain so much time and can I fix it? More pics to follow.
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Hey /dify/ do you have any suggestion on what to do with ghis piece of furniture?

Cutting glass

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Alright. I have a glass manikin head that I need to partially decapitate for a sculpture im making. can anyone recommend a way to do it? Like what kind of blade or a method that will let me cut the dome off with out breaking the glass? I have glass bits for a the drill but it would take forever
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I want to make some bookshelf speakers. How would I go about doing this? What parts woul I need ect..

Alarm Panel Programming

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Hello /diy/, I'll start off with a tl;dr for those who don't feel like reading. What I need: USB to 3 alligator clips for a serial connection to alarm panel for programming Picture: http://www.argina.com/img/40d6a02a561c/max/1000/max/1000/product.jpg KP DATA (green), KP COM (black), and KP POS (red) are the terminals I need to attach alligator clips to. I am needing to program an NX-8 alarm panel and need to do it via a serial connection to my PC. I have the software installed on my laptop already, but am looking for advice on making a USB-to-serial adapter. I did a few Google searched but didn't find any good results. I looked at USB to Serial pin-out diagrams but couldn't find a clear one to which I could trust a connection to a $2,000+ alarm system. Help? I'll be more than glad to answer any questions. I know how to solder and heatshrink, so that's no problem. Thanks in advance!
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A gift for /diy/.....Enjoy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8rnleOuOkL8 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtXUvkpZm0o

PSU fan stops spinning

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Just built this computer from scratch. This is the first day it's been used. The PSU was running fine for hours and suddenly stops spinning. Luckily the back of the tower is facing me so I noticed it right away. When I turn the computer off then turn it back on the fan will spin only for a few seconds though as it goes through the boot up process. I have the Corsair GS600. My question is, is it broken? Did I just plug it in wrong? I'm pretty sure these fans are supposed to be on all the time as long as the computer is on right?
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That feel when you're drilling a hole and are thinking: these gyprock anchors are terrible. Then realise the drill is going in reverse. Feels bad man
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Hi /diy/, Does anybody know if these are busted and if so, how much to replace them?. Amp still works fine.
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I got a very important question for you /v/ and i need any answers i can get ASAP. I recently got a domain to start an internet enterprise and i need all the suggestions i can get. Basically what are your ideas for an internet buisness that would be profitable in Eastern Europe area. There are quite a lot of those already so i need something that would be fairly oryginal and fresh. Any ideas are great. I will read every reply, just please write what you think so i can start somewhere. I already though something up, but still want to see other suggestions. BTW I got quite a lot of money invested, and my domain is called "coolgift" if that matters (not a direct transletion so don't search for it.)
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>just bought a 1984 subaru gl wagon >500 bucks >only problem is the digital instrument cluster doesnt work >I think the problem is in the circuit board, >/o/ doesn't know anything about anything. Is this just a matter of going through with a meter and finding a blown resistor? I've never worked on a circuit board before so any tips would be helpful.
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Please can someone post me link to money making threads to 4chan archive?
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going to city , give me all about diy tattoo's and tattoo guns please . will respond when i get back . pic unrelated .
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I need somewhere to bulk-buy optical fibres for a large project. Referring to the type found in fibre-optic lamps (see pic). >When I say 'bulk', I really mean 'bulk' - like, a few square-metres worth when bunched together at the ends. >Not looking to buy the type of cable used for networking.

Noodles light

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Luminaire concept whose ingredients are left as they are more mundane of everyday life. The approach of this project is to highlight the beauty of aesthetic plastic fast food today and perverted by the generalized mass consumption. Even a simple pasta box can be wonderful and taste, depending on his development, his sanctification.
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Hi there, I recently got a soldering iron some solder and other bits and pieces and I was wondering if anyone had a website with guides on projects on how to make cool simple pcb boards which carry out tasks. just to make stuff! and the list of compenents required ect. Thanks /DIY/ pic not related
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hai guise. Engineering fag here. as part of my course we've been set a challenge to essentially build a model tug boat which as to produce a maximum amount of pulling force measured in Newtons. has anyone any tips on what type of propellers and batteries to use? or any tips in general ? will answer any questions
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Just bought this hot air gun from ebay coming from Sydney. Can't wait. Anyway just sayin
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My rascal blew a tire driving it from my front porch to my car. Called the dealership and ordered a new tire but won't be here til Friday. Anyone got any clues how an obese immobile man can fix it before then?
2 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: pe-water-bottles-10365432080.jpg]
Hello you lovely industrious folks. I have a cool water bottle with a wide mouth, a cap with a rubber straw, and a screw-on bottom that holds snacks. I like it a lot, but it was cheap and is not very water-tight. It has a big domed screw-on cap, kinda like pic, and is of a similar quality or a little better. If I shake it a lot (basically any time I walk fast or run) water will crawl into the seal and drip out every once in a while. I was thinking a little food wax in there would help, but I don't know. What do you guys think?






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