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    Thanks Jonno80. Hi Spottiswoode, that's also...

    Thanks Jonno80.

    Hi Spottiswoode, that's also one idea but just wanted to keep it easy for now just in case I need a bayonet option again. Thanks!
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    Hi Bros, I already have my LED battens in daisy...

    Hi Bros, I already have my LED battens in daisy chain which is connected to the power outlet and all working. I was just toying on the idea of connecting it to the existing batten holder so I can...
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    Thanks @Jonno80 and @FrodoOne! I guess it...

    Thanks @Jonno80 and @FrodoOne!

    I guess it will be just easier and safer for me to "...Cut off the existing plug and connect the Bayonet Adapter Plug...".

    So just to confirm, I won't have...
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    LED batten plug to batten holder conversion

    I have bought several plug-n-play LED battens that comes with the normal 2-prong light plug as shown below:
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    I haven't still found one that I want until now....

    I haven't still found one that I want until now. However, I was wondering if those high wattage bulbs can suffice for now?

    Osram 45W 4050lm Warm White Value High Wattage LED ES Light Globe

    Does...
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    Workshop LED Lighting Recommendations

    Thanks Marc. Would you mind sharing the exact brand/specs the you used? Thanks!

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    Workshop LED Lighting Recommendations

    Hi, I have a 5m x 6m dual car garage that I want to convert as a woodworking space. I have dual-GPO on the ceiling that is being used by the garage opener so I got one spare to use for lighting.
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    Thanks for confirming droog.

    Thanks for confirming droog.
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    Hi Ozcar, Thanks for the info above and I learned...

    Hi Ozcar, Thanks for the info above and I learned a lot on that.

    The range hood lights are now ok after I replaced one of the two LEDs. What I did to check is I replaced one of the LEDs with the...
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    Yup, that is what I have done as well. ...

    Yup, that is what I have done as well.


    Yes, I thought so too. I have made sure all connections are clean as well. I just hope the other LED and driver last for a long time.


    Yup, I should...
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    Not really sure as this is my first time having...

    Not really sure as this is my first time having one :p

    https://i.imgur.com/xkKXLLb.png
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    Hi Ozcar, thanks for taking interest on this....

    Hi Ozcar, thanks for taking interest on this. Yes, you are correct, there are a lot of sellers online but people - most of the time - overlook to buy from the manufacturer/brand which I did. I bought...
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    I have thought of that as well. I'm just thinking...

    I have thought of that as well. I'm just thinking of buying one for now and do a trial and error on which LED is busted. Worse, both can be faulty so I need to buy another one plus postage. Worst,...
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    Rangehood lights turn on and off intermittently

    We have a Technika CHEM52C9S-2 rangehood with LED lights for almost four years. One day the LEDs just turn off and on by itself at random and sometimes I can see that it's just barely lit. The only...
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    I think what he meant was if a support/pedestal...

    I think what he meant was if a support/pedestal was placed in the middle of a 1500mm 90x45 joist, it would technically just be spanning 750mm thus reducing the sag big time, right?
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    10A Household Outlet and Power Centre Usage

    That's good to hear. I've read most SawStop owners have issues with the starting current tripping breakers but most of those are using the PCS model. I have read that they needed a breaker with a...
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    I know we got side-tracked there but you guys are...

    I know we got side-tracked there but you guys are funny :D
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    10A Household Outlet and Power Centre Usage

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    10A Household Outlet and Power Centre Usage

    Oh, please don't get me started on that ��
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    10A Household Outlet and Power Centre Usage

    Yeah, I guess my fear is due to ignorance. Thanks
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    Thanks guys! :fingerscrossed:

    Thanks guys! :fingerscrossed:
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    10A Household Outlet and Power Centre Usage

    I see. I had an assumption that the wire might also get hot to the point that it cause a fire when it trips. Is that a possibility
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    Thanks chrisp and Metrix! Thanks for re-assuring...

    Thanks chrisp and Metrix! Thanks for re-assuring the setup will indeed work.

    It's been buggering me for a while now and I don't wanna test and trip the breaker - I just dread doing that (probably...
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    10A Household Outlet and Power Centre Usage

    Hi everyone,

    I'm planning my table saw and vacuum setup and I'm thinking of plugging both on a normal 10A household double-GPO. The table saw in mind is a Dewalt portable table saw and possibly a...
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    Thanks for the inputs guys! I think I will go...

    Thanks for the inputs guys! I think I will go ahead and stain it then.

    With the stain, I heard that some cheap products might just be leftovers combined. I was about to go Sikkens but I heard a...
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    Their side of the fence had screen plants so it...

    Their side of the fence had screen plants so it will be a pain to be painted I guess.


    That's my only objective on this one. So, is it safe to stain just one part and not to worry about anything?
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    Best way to stain one side of a timber fence

    Hi Optimus, I was looking at the airless version but I find them a bit expensive for me. The best I could do would be the W100 or Flexio series. Reading at both manuals, I think I would only be...
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    Best way to stain one side of a timber fence

    Hi joynz, it is a pine timber fence. Is it safe to assume that it is treated as I couldn't tell.
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    Best way to stain one side of a timber fence

    Hello guys! I have a timber paling fence and I wanted to know what are my options for staining it without creating a mess on the other side (neighbors property). I wanted to use the cheap Wagner...
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    I've seen this suggestion before but I'm finding...

    I've seen this suggestion before but I'm finding a hard time to visualise this. If it's under the lower sleeper then how would that end up on clay soil? Or would it go under the sleeper and up again...
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    Thanks guys! I'm happy that I had a lot of new...

    Thanks guys! I'm happy that I had a lot of new inputs and sad that I'm now back to square one...again :( :p
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    I see, I was just wondering if there's a sweet...

    I see, I was just wondering if there's a sweet spot for the diameter hole. I mean, I can even go bigger but hoping I can have a sense of why does it have to be 300 mm. I believe the general rule of...
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    Ridgi Retaining Wall

    Hi everyone,

    Advance happy holidays and with that, what a good way for some of us to work on stuff during the long holidays with no to less interruptions (e.g. work).

    Anyway, I am planning to...
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    Dewalt Table Saw Better Buy?

    Hello guys!

    I'm trying to start my DIY wood shop and wondering if for the same price, would the corded DeWALT 1850W 254mm Table Saw be better that the cordless DeWALT 54V 210mm Flexvolt Cordless...
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    Came out nice! :2tsup:

    Came out nice! :2tsup:
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    Cutting Hardiedeck

    Thanks OBBob!

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    The decking calculator seems to be configured for...

    The decking calculator seems to be configured for a two-tier setup as far I've seen. Can I also use that or do you know of any specifically for the single-tier setup?


    I guess it's like working...
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    Hey @OBBob, I'm planning on doing the same...

    Hey @OBBob,

    I'm planning on doing the same thing but got side tracked by lotsa things. Anyway, I read on the sealing options that the Intergrain isn't suggested for low set decks but I...
  39. Not sure what tools you used to dig the holes but...

    Not sure what tools you used to dig the holes but I'm just wondering how were you able to identify the pipe the first time you hit it? The reason why I'm asking is the soil in my area is hard clay...
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    Thanks for the update Dan!

    Thanks for the update Dan!
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