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      This is pretty good at finding studs: CH Hanson 03040 Stud 4 Sure Magnetic Stud Finder It hunts for the nails/screws holding the wall...
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      trvlr replied to the thread Petrol Stations.
      Years ago (I think it was Horizon) on the Beeb in pre colour tv days showed what happens if you rear end a petrol based engine compared...
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      trvlr replied to the thread Repairing a cordless driver.
      Uncooked (obviously) rice is a resonable alternative to silica gel. Wrap rice in tissue or two, place in plastic bag with damp item...
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      If that installation is twin & earth, or even includes three core & earth, using a separate "box" in the ceiling void for the neutrals &...
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      my few cents worth... Pilot holes through the board - whatever type it is - won't hurt. And greasing screws (the pilot holes from where...
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      When you know where the concealed stop valve is... go buy an access panel. These from the big river company; various sizes so choose...
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      trvlr replied to the thread Messerschmitt BF 109-E.
      Beautiful workmanship. A true ktaftsman 🤠
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      EPDM is good stuff; but since your current covering is for the most part still sound - apart from a minor leak or two... I'd leave it in...
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      trvlr replied to the thread Cars that make you smile.
      My first car: a 1938 Rover 14. Cost me £25 in '62 and looking back I think the guy who sold it to me fudged the then fledgling MOT as we...
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      trvlr replied to the thread Helping at a repair cafe.
      There used to be a organisation known as Skils Exchange; at lest in Toronto, Ontario. One paid a very notional fee for short series of...
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      trvlr replied to the thread Regrets.
      I used to ride a pre WW2 Hercules with a fixed wheel - and no gears of course. It wighed a ton... But it took me all over North Wales in...
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      I've nothing to add here... other than to say simply: "some seriously good ideas/suggestions". Must investigate them and try some of...
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      trvlr replied to the thread Helping at a repair cafe.
      Can you give me more details of the cafe (please). I live in Bromley ( a nascent Croydon if the council has its way...) It's something...
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      trvlr replied to the thread Joke Thread 4.
      I used to work on some of the television versions (Jackanory) here in the UK and on the Canadian version (Polka Dot Door I think it was)...
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      trvlr replied to the thread Garage lights.
      A simple on/off switch surely is best way to go? Using a sensor switch of any type invariably means the "d..." thing might trip off...
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