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/diy, i am a noob at electronics and have these small solar panels that i was hoping i could make power a little electric motor from a servo now the thing i am wondering is how to wire it and if it is enough WATS to power it the only info i can give you on the solar panels is it says sc- 3012-2a pic related my wiring lay out
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Would /diy/ care to help me try and diagnose (and think of a cheap solution) for my failing well water system? I'll give a quick explanation: old system 2 weeks ago noticed that the pressure that the outdoor pump was turning on at was getting lower and lower It has now gotten to the point where it pretty much wont turn on unless there is 0 pressure in the house. probably will get worse from there. Some googling leads me to think their's something wrong with the pressure switch on the pump (naw really?), which should be an easy fix assuming home depot has a replacement. But what if it's the actual pump? Oye, this is going to be costly. Anyway anyone with plumbing know how would be of great help to make a more definitive diagnosis than my 10 minutes on google. I've made a poor drawing of the system. I apologize if this isn't the right board for this but last time I checked we don't have a /plumbing/ board and well, /diy/ seemed liked the closest to having people who might be proficient in it for some reason.
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Hey DIY, I'm trying to setup a LED circuit but I'm an electronics noob. What I have is three LEDs, each rated at 1.5v forward. I want to run them at 50mA. For power I want to use 1.5v AA batteries and have as long of battery life as possible. I've figured that if I run them in series I cam maximize battery life. My problem is I think I understand Ohm's law (V=I*R) but I'm clueless as how to handle it if V is zero. To run them in series I need three AA's at 4.5v. If the forward voltage is 1.5 each the net is 0v. Am I just an idiot and unaware you can't run a circuit in this fashion? The alternative is to run two LED's on one leg and a single LED on another with two separate resistors but this would double my current draw. Or I could run three separate legs tripping my draw which I really don't want to do. TL;DR Three 1.5fV LED's at 50mA. 4.5v battery source. What do for resistor?
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I need a multimeter. pls help.
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hello /diy/ my faucet is leaking and after looking at it a bit im pretty sure the water is coming from the place i circled in red in the pic how should i stop the leak?

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Any idea's on what to do with old bullet casings
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Hey guys. How are you doing on this fine evening? So I've been thinking lately about travel. Namely, cheap or free travel. Now we all know there's hitchhiking and digihitch and couchsurfing and they're great for getting around. I know Hitchbro has posted here before about those very things. But what about longer travel? I'm in the US. What if I wanted to go to Britain or something? I looked into booking passage on a freighter, apparently that's gotten really expensive now. I don't really see any other way to cross the pond on the cheap. So that's why I've come to you, my /diy/nosaur friends. Let's have a travel thread, and let's discuss methods of travel, specifically long travel.
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I recently bought a new quilt and because I haven't found a quilt cover I like yet I've just been sleeping with the plain quilt. I've noticed a thread has come loose on it, How do I fix this? I've ever sewn anything before.

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A friend and I have had this project for a while, and it's missing some work so I'm starting this thread in order to get it done and to show it to you guys. So, first of all, I got a wooden box. It's a box that held wine bottles so it's pretty solid. My friend is a DIY electronic whizkid so he is designing all the delicate parts. I cut a hole on the box because that's where all the controls are going to be.
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Hey, /diy/, I'm trying to replace the touch screen on my DS Lite but the tiny phillips screw in the battery cover is stripped. Ive already tried the rubber band trick. Any ideas on how I can get it out? Pic related.
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Hey /diy/, I'm installing strap locks on my guitar but need some help. The screw that came with it is too small for my guitar, and since I don't want to make permanent modifications to it, I must firstly enlarge the hole on the circulated piece so the guitar's original screw pass through, and then I need to wear out the screw head circumference so it can fit in. Any idea on how to do this? 1/2
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Looking for some tips on a project. I will be using a 6 Volt 12 amp-hour AGM battery (shown) to charge a USB device, ideally at 5 Volts 500mA. > >1. What circuitry would you suggest between the battery and the USB device? I was planning on using a linear voltage regulator with some resistor configuration and a zener diode for current. > >2. Do most USB devices have some sort of internal charging circuit? I have tested the internal resistance of various devices and gotten a range of values. When you begin to charge the device, the resistance drops. > >3. Anything else you would recommend, having worked with a similar application? Thanks
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Hey /diy/, I want to create a plastic/fiberglass copy of a rare plastic piece of a vintage car for a friend. Could anon point me in a good direction to start? I've seen how to do carbon fiber but it seems pretty labor intensive. Is there a good cheap way to copy it with hard plastic?
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Anyone has any idea how easily could be this turned into a tablet to be used with a PC? It's a spare HP COMPAQ TC1100 LCD screen with a digitizer in it. I wonder if the digitizer could be connected through USB. And the screen through a regular monitor interface. Or some additional circuitry would be required, and if so, what would these be.
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I'm making a wood pipe for smoking in, how can I dry it out? I got the wood from an apple tree. Pic unrelated
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Hi /diy/ I'm super interested in building and construction, is there like a super wiki of construction & how tos on the net? Basic things like brickwork, blockwork, foundations and installing windows, but also complex items like how to minimise energy loss as well as new economic/green designs. Thanks
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First time on /DIY, Can you guys help me try and make an iPad mini case? http://www.dodocase.com/products/hardcover-solid-for-ipad-mini-cases $35 + probably $20 to ship to Canada. This one seems like all I need to do is find the right size book at a thrift store, rip out the pages, and find a similar adhesive. But any ideas on how to do the smart over magnets?
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I doing some experimenting to improve aviation safety, and by June or July, I'll need to get a payload of about one pound at least 1,000 abkve ground for initial demonstration. I'm not sure how to do this, and I have a few options, and am hoping for /diy/'s advice. Rockets are out, because of the speed and shock. A quad rotor or other r/c could work, but I don't have either of those, so there would be some initial cost, and then the problem of keeping the testbed in flight, and would the weight of that payload be too great for a platform like that? Assuming I make it our of my own personal financial hole I'm currently in, I will be able to afford a biennial flight review and plane rental, and just strap the payload to the mains or wing strut. the downside there is that I would need a group of people on the ground to collaborate with, not to mention people freaking out about me strapping something to an airplane. A kite? I don't know jack about large kites other than that large kite fliers call themselves pilots.
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i am currently planning a new light solution for my living room and everything looking promising, but i'm struggling to find a proper way to fasten the thing to the ceiling. so far i worked out two solutions. Solution 1: bolt two wooden cubes onto the ceiling, then bolt the thing onto the cubes

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