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    Just to get it out the way, @Jacob , that is a terrible attitude. Find out you've bought a POS and then sell it on to muggins to re-coop...
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    PDW125 replied to the thread Connection problems.
    OK so you need to constantly check the router - the EE ones have a technical settings and technical log which records the issues and...
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    Just for info - the Hyundai eBay store is part of the 10% off til June 30th with Save-10-today as the code. Makes the A graded 8 litre...
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    Quick fag packet calculation and you could dispense with the steel and use 2 No. 220x45 laminated with an 8mm fitch plate and bolted at...
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    It's rented, but an accommodating landlord so I might ask about that, though there are rental properties across the courtyard so I...
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    If this is owned not rented, are you able to put your dust collection outside in its own housing ..? Gives you more space as long as...
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    PDW125 replied to the thread Tools and woodworkers.
    I buy second hand a lot, but usually it’s not because of the money but it is because I don’t need to buy the latest & greatest tools and...
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    Cut 2:3rds through with a grinder and the Erbauer diamond disk from S’Fix and put a batten under and it will snap on the line - that...
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    PDW125 replied to the thread Rose arch; build or buy ?.
    Did very similar and used 6x1ft trellis panels between standard posts and just created a “ladder” type top using tanalised square...
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    Tax office don’t care where your income comes from, they only care if you’ve purchased stock through the business and used it on your...
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    PDW125 reacted to powertools's post in the thread Getting paid to work on your own home with Haha Haha.
    To be honest if you have already spent over 2 years renovating your family bathroom I am surprised that you still have a wife let alone...
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    PDW125 replied to the thread Stained glass panels.
    Sharp chisel or knife, but don’t cut too deep. The cames will be quite soft so you may actually find it easier to remove the outer one...
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    PDW125 reacted to Humf's post in the thread Garden room project with Like Like.
    Thanks both. Currently working on a version that sticks with the main piers as shown (440 x 440) every 2.4m but adds single blocks (220...
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    PDW125 replied to the thread Time for a new blade.
    I use Saxton blades as they wear very well and for the price you can have a selection so you’re using the correct blade rather than...
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    PDW125 replied to the thread Quality Metalwork Files.
    Got a box of Teng ones that are different profiles and very good - only broken one to memory and that was because I snapped it in the...
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