audio jack replacement
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Hey guys i need your help with some audio stuff.
So i had an old samsung phone that had some mini speakers come with it. The jack that i cut off as you c1n see in the picture would only fit that old phone. Now I wanted to replace it with a audio jack to fit my galaxy s4. Problem is.
On the audio jack are 4 wires:
Mass, green, black and red
On the mini speakers there are 6:
Mass, green, red, black, yellow and oranje.
Any ideas how to connect these ? Already tried to connect the matching collors and leave the yellow and orange unconnected but unfortunatly no sound :(
Help me out please
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so i have a 2003 jeep liberty and it would accelerate high without stepping on the gas, so someone told me to put a can of iso heet in it, now the PERFORM SERVICE light comes on, did i mess up my car? also i live up north and it has been in the 30's and snow, but the revving problem seems to be gone, anyone know anything about Jeeps?
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Hello my friends! I come to you to show you a project. This project was bestowed upon me by my Landlord.
It's a unique property, all the plants and trees are local to an area a day's drive away. All the trees are at least 30 years old and were planted here by the previous owner(a woman who died here after owning the house for 65 years.)
Before they were cut, I agreed to remove the Log sections(cut to 6') and rake up the front and back yards after the crew disposed of the branches and debris.
the following pictures are what he Interpreted out of my offer to remove the Usable lumber and rake up after his crews.(in my mind to get some free lumber and save him costs in cleaning/labor).
Needless to say with the amount of work he actually left me and the lack of appropriate tools, I decided to charge him an hourly rate while still keeping any lumber I see as usable. He also agreed to pay for any expenses incurred to me as a result of this "misunderstanding". Today I bought a Chainsaw, new work gloves(2 pairs), New safety glasses, Bar and chain oil, gas/oil mix in. He's paying me for all of it + my hourly.
I'm going to update with progress pictures from a starting point: Like a Before/After sort of thing.
Along the way, I'd Love to hear suggestions for uses on the wood involved. I want to Squeeze as much cash out of these trees as I can. I'm trying to fund raise for some essential Lamp working equipment to start my own studio.
Currently my Idea is to make LARP props, furniture, table trinkets(like tobacco pipe stands, tobacco rolling plates, etc) and House Accessories out of it.
I'm a lamp worker, I have experience with chain mail(wire spool to rings to assembly), experience with wire wrapped jewelry, in-layed gems/jewels(glass baubles I make), Silver soldering to create joints or general metal cased work.
I will make Staves, Wands, Scepters, clubs, Canes. I will also offer custom work to a couple of select LARP crews in my area.
Lets Hear what you guys have to say!
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Any plumbers or gasfitters on tonight? I'm trying to remove a ceramic heater from a house built in 1932, but I need to disconnect the union on the gas line coming into it.
As you can see in the side view, the gas line runs directly below the burner with the union touching it, and about two inches above the floor of the fireplace.
I've tried using a pipe wrench, but because of the direction, the wrench doesn't get any grip. Ditto for a strap wrench. The union is attached too tightly to be removed with pliers, and there's no clearance for a conventional wrench.
What can I do?
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Hey /diy/, had a quick question for the woodworkers amongst you. I'm using a 2x4 for a project that I'd like to start, but I just picked it up and it's a bit damp. Not wet, but definitely not dry. Will there be problems if I'm sticking it flat against drywall, or would it just dry like normal.
This is an indoor project, btw. I'm also hoping the dampness won't wreck the paint or anything.