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How do I fix my belt? I'm not sure what broke it. If you need more pictures I can provide them.
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Allright DIY i want to take on this proyect a led bar battery monitor http://www.enide.net/webcms/index.php?page=lm3914-batmon However... what would it take to make it work with 2, 12v Batteries in series (24v total)? my 1st guess without looking at the calculations its probably change the power of the resistors and the fuse, what else might i have to take care of? (yep im still reading the proyect so i just wanted some kind of feedback from diy about altering the design)

Christmas diorama with snow storms

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Hi /diy/, I'm trying to build my gf a christmas present, it consists of a small diorama of a northern village during christmas in 1:200 scale. Sculpting aside I have problem. I found a snow like material in an art store, I believe it's foam passed into a blender, it's really light and that's where the idea started but now I'm stumped. The basic layout is a rectangular wooden base where the diorama stands that I will close with glass on the three biggest sides while closing the smaller ones with carved wood faceplates. I've got a low voltage circuit to power up leds for the houses and I wanted to put a fan of some sort to make a continuous storm inside the box but I don't know where to put it. On the sides I can't because I don't have a way to disguise it, I though about placing the diorama base higher up leaving some space on the bottom and on the shortest sides and then have the fan perpendicular to the base to have a circular flow of said snow but I'm not entirely sure It'll work. Do I need some sort of venturi before and aft the fan to have a better flow? Or option two, having the fan parallel to bottom under the diorama in the middle of this space with a triangular divider under it to separate the flow, will it have enough force to create a turbulence on both sides of the box? Opinions, other ideas are welcome. Thanks
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Hey /diy/, what do I use to stick cable trunks to the wall?
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Okay so my toilet will not stop filling with water and everything else works fine. I can stop the water flow by keeping the floater high up (currently just using a coat hangar to keep it in place). Googled it and it seems my problem is unique. Would appreciate input.

Drawing board

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Paolo Rivera (comic book artist) has a really cool /diy/ studio setup. It's a masonite board that clips to the edge of a table and has (what looks like) a pair of shelf brackets holding it up at an angle. What I can't figure out is how it clips to the desk. He has big binder clips but how are they attached to the board?

Cthulhu Knit Mask

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Oi there mates, I'm not totally sure I shall ask this in here but hope it's the right place, but... Anyone could deliver a pattern for a mask/hat/thing like this? Big fan of Cthulhu and all the links with patterns I find are broken, been searching like mad.
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Ok Diy this is really bothering me, whats the correct way to install a switch? using the hot or the neutral?, pic very related I ask this because i see my CFL and LED bulbs suddenly turn on and off in half a second even when the switch its off, i believe its because the circuit its energized by the hot and even if the switch its not closing the circuit the bulbs still get energy to charge and discharge the internal capacitor, which ends up turning up the bulb instantly every X time which leads me to a 2nd question, also, how important its the polarity in the sockets for CFL and LED bulbs?

Refinishing hardwood floors

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This is my first attempt at refinishing hardwood floors. I've got one of those drum sanders and a edge sander rented. I've got like 600 sq ft to do. My question is: Is it absolutely necessary to sand with the grain with that drum sander. There is a hallway that i would not be able to use it with the grain on and i think it would save work if i just ran it cross ways across the grain just right there. So does it really matter if you go with the grain or not?
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Hey /diy/ I got a problem, I received a Asus HD 7770 graphics card and my computer can not recognize it. I used to have a GT 640 and it seemed to work fine. I have a hunch that it might be the power supply, it's a xg-p500. The motherboard always goes to the on board graphics, i've tried to disable it through device manager but it didn't work. It also didn't let me install the divers from the disk, kept saying to get a asus graphics card. The card lights up and the fans spin, but it does not connect. I've been trying to fix it for about five hours now. Please end this shit.
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hey diy has anyone had experience with making their own headphones? i have some headphone speakers and i was wondering if i should try to put them in a sick pair of ear muffs (military grade) or: is there any website to buy pre made headphone casings? pic unrelated
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Is anyone here familiar with blow torch glass working? It seems less cost intensive than the whole kiln deal, and more in line with what I want to do with glass. Pic semi related


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Hello DYI, any experience making your own shoes, i've been thinking about doing this mainly becaues i think my foot is slightly deformed so the capacity to make my own footwear would be very useful for me. I've been reading a lot about techniques in various sites and im interested in that kind of information if you have it but what i would really like to know the most is if anyone had a succesful experience with a project like this and if the end result was aesthetically pleasing and sturdy as commercial shoes?
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Pic unrelated, but I have an ipod touch 3g with a loose headphone jack I'm trying to fix. I've asked google on how to open it up to no avail without some opening kit. How do I...do it myself?
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Does making vodka infusions in a plastic bottle affect his flavor?
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hey /diy/ i broke my candle lighter, is there any way to repair it to work again? i dropped it and the tube where the flame comes out and a couple wires that are attached to it fell out. pic related it's what i have.

Badass fish tank help?

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What's up /diy/ Help a guy out by posting your fish tanks or just generally cool fish tank ideas making a fish tank for my room and need some cool themes or ideas for it thanks in advance
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Hello /diy/, this is my first visit to this board. I'm looking to acquire or build an oil lamp that burns vegetable oil (olive, canola, sunflower, you name it). Traditional oil lamps designed to burn petroleum don't work with vegetable oil, because it hardly crawls up the wick. If there is more than 2-3cm of air between the oil and the flame, it will not burn properly. I've tried to find oil lamp designs working with vegetable oil, but the only ones I've been seeing were from ~1800, before petroleum became widespread, like the Argand lamp. If it was possible, I'd be interested in a replica, but I haven't been able to find any. Some points to consider: Since the oil doesn't raise through a wick, there are 3 possible solutions to consider: - A large, flat reservoir - A elevated reservoir - A reservoir that's being passively heated by the flame to improve it's viscosity. (I don't know if that's a good idea though.) The flame easily soots without a chimney. I assume a glass cylinder or pipe will work perfectly well. Could be made from a glass bottle. What's giving me troubles is the burner. The only working one I've found so far is a swimming wick, since that eliminates the problem of the oil not going up the wick. However, that does not allow me to use a chimney, nor is the design very sturdy (cork wrapped in tinfoil, with a wick drawn through in the middle). The flame is much to small as well, as a flame much larger than a candle's will start sooting. cont.
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Is anyone here knowledgeable in HVAC? I'm looking for an inline centrifugal or squirrel cage blower capable of blowing 600cfm at 1" wg. I've searched for hours and can't find anything in this range. Any help would be greatly appreciated
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Christmas /diy/ general Post your christams projects and your DIY presents

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