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    What, no 100s?

    What, no 100s?
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    How does this get past certification ?

    He aint buying much then. ask for a few pellets and thats when the small pink building gets cheaper than the big green one. ;)
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    kitchen cabinet door profiles

    Ok. Thanks guys. Plenty of food for thought.
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    kitchen cabinet door profiles

    So these cabinet door cutters consist of the positive profile to do the edge and the opposite profile to do the end piece to perfectly mate into the profile?
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    kitchen cabinet door profiles

    hi,

    Anyone know where kitchen door profiles (just the profiles rather than complete doors ) such as these can be bought in Melbourne and approximate linear pricing?
    103655
    cheers.
  6. Re: Which circular saw do you recommend / not recommend?

    Imo cheap brands like ozito are more palatable with less precise mains powered items like rotary hammers and small angle grinders.

    With items such as circ saws look at the adjustment parts and the...
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    Re: Half House Sinking... share your experience

    Agree with RU.

    A guy I work with had remedial work done on a sinking slab caused by a leaking pipe and it went over 100k! Fortinately for him his insurance covered it.
  8. yeah right would be nice if that motto stayed...

    yeah right would be nice if that motto stayed with people as they progressed beyond apprenticeships., Then there is Domestic Contractor 101, pull on the cables so they are as tight as piano strings,...
  9. Re: How run new power circuit for oven in apartment?

    The methood you described is called chasing. Messy and a lot of work but if its your only choice it may be viable.

    Its generally better to chase a conduit into the channel and then you can run the...
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    Re: Can I use this 12volt pump outside

    A few other ideas you may considder. If you have enough head on the drum you could use a solinoid valve to control the drippers. You may need to drill the holes out a little and/or increase the...
  11. Re: Small inserts for cables coming out of the wall

    For the data cables I think you just want a desk grommet as allready mentioned in 2 replies.

    Get a 75mm beige one. They have a setup a bit like on a salta salt despensor lids with entry that...
  12. Re: Downsizing electric oven. Smaller cable required?

    Of course there werent .75 because .75 as I posted would handle 10a for the duration of a jug boiling with ease.

    I hsve for the record seen clover leads with cable that would be lucky to be .5mm2....
  13. Re: Downsizing electric oven. Smaller cable required?

    Whilst this is theoretically true the duty cycle of an electric jug and the portable lead being run generally unenclsed in air means that even a 0.75mm2 iec lead will gennerally suffice.
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    Re: Best tool or way to cut perspex

    Have you considered using polycarbonate sheet rather than perspex?

    Easier to cut and deasnt crack and splinter.
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    Re: Wax on end grain of Merbau decking boards

    If you can live with the unsightlyness the wax prolly provides better protection than the oil.

    Sent from my SM-N9005 using Tapatalk 2
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    18W tubes are 2 foot and wont fit between 4 foot...

    18W tubes are 2 foot and wont fit between 4 foot tombstones.

    how much do you want to spend???

    dimming flouros properly actually requires special chokes and circuitry, it would cost more to...
  17. Thats all fine Marc, i dont use this forum a...

    Thats all fine Marc,

    i dont use this forum a great deal as you can see by my low post count however I do rate this forum pretty highly,

    I have learned a lot from reading other threads...
  18. Re: automotive (12v) powered hitachi 18v battery charger?

    No big deal. I live in a normal house with mains power. I Use normal tools and just want a methood to charge HITACHI batterys while out camping/caravanning.

    I do intend to do a fair bit of...
  19. Re: automotive (12v) powered hitachi 18v battery charger?

    Have you ever used a 12v rattle gun? I recently chose 18v brushless hitachi as I previously had 14.4v dewalt kit. The is little comparison with regards to older 14.4 nimh kit versus 18v brushless...
  20. Re: automotive (12v) powered hitachi 18v battery charger?

    Or buy the correct charger :)

    Sent from my SM-N9005 using Tapatalk 2
  21. Re: automotive (12v) powered hitachi 18v battery charger?

    Because all the stuff in the van is 12v

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  22. Re: automotive (12v) powered hitachi 18v battery charger?

    Thats great mark and iam happy it fits your requirements.

    My requirements as stated earlier are efficiency as I will be using the solar setup on my caravan for charging.

    For backup I have a...
  23. thanks for the replies, iam not really...

    thanks for the replies,

    iam not really interested in using an inverter as 12vDC > 240AC > 18VDC would be terribly inefficient.

    i have found the item and it does exist , a little pricey...
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    double post
  25. AS3000 even lets you run less than FLC due to...

    AS3000 even lets you run less than FLC due to diversity ( all elements are seldom on all the time for a prolonged length of time due to the thermostat/simmerstat functions).



    Voltage drop may...
  26. automotive (12v) powered hitachi 18v battery charger?

    anyone know if these beasts exist, google hasnt really been too helpfull allthough possibly iam searching incorrect term as i keep finding mains powered chargers that will do multi voltage...
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    thanks for the reply SDB unfortunately a little...

    thanks for the reply SDB unfortunately a little to late for me as i actually found the broken off bit and repaired/re manufactured a new pivot block for it,

    will keep in mind if i have any...
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    Help identify this window opener?

    http://img.tapatalk.com/d/14/01/19/ehe7ubug.jpg

    Its on a 60s period home and I are hoping to find one to replace the one on the adjacent window that is missing the long holed part.

    Sent from my...
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    there is no doubt david that there is frustration...

    there is no doubt david that there is frustration among some people with regard to getting work done,

    i see it from the other side as well, people asking me to do this and do that, its just a...
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    the appliance i would be using on the next outlet...

    the appliance i would be using on the next outlet to test it would be an FLZ tester.

    Of course Randoms link would inform you of that!
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    In Australia people should have a right to be...

    In Australia people should have a right to be able to buy a house and expect that the wiring done so in the past was done by a qualified person and to the current standard of the day.

    My current...
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    keep in mind with a load increase such as that...

    keep in mind with a load increase such as that its quite probable that your mains may require upgrading as well.
  33. I beg to differ, so does AS3000 clause...

    I beg to differ,

    so does AS3000 clause 3.9.7.4


    Flexible cords used as installation wiring
    Flexible cords used as installation wiring shall be of the heavy-duty
    sheathed type and installed...
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    are there 2 wires or one on the feeder that you...

    are there 2 wires or one on the feeder that you will be ultimately connecting to,

    if there are 2 you may even have a 22kv feeder so you could go ABC from the feeder to a local pole with tranny,...
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    i suspect its blocked between the inspection and...

    i suspect its blocked between the inspection and the sink, as you open the inspection i would imagine the noise is air sucking in breaking the hydraulic lock allowing the downstream water to drain, ...
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    i suspect with that distance from the pole you...

    i suspect with that distance from the pole you are rural,

    therefore you will likely have a higher voltage feeder and can then have a transformer closer to the house.

    run some XLPE closer to...
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    feasibility is directly related to the size of...

    feasibility is directly related to the size of your pockets.

    and 100Amps is quite significant, most domestic maximum demands will be in the vicinity of 60-80A

    i suspect you would be looking at...
  38. Thread: Grinder

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    at our workplace a risk assessment must be done...

    at our workplace a risk assessment must be done and all other options explored before 9" usage,

    they are well represented in accident statistics and i wouldnt be keen to ever use one above waist...
  39. i really dont know what the references to maximum...

    i really dont know what the references to maximum demand here are suggesting or why.

    the guy who is signing it off will determine if any mains, submains or mainswitches will need to be upsized for...
  40. my understanding of what you want to do is, ...

    my understanding of what you want to do is,

    have a double power point with an extra switch placed on a 2.5mm2 power cct.

    and switched from the extra switch have some 3 core flex run to a tv,...
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