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I want to repair an old window myself. I also know that window replacement is not an easy job for any non-professional in this field. If I could get a video on this - it would help me learn the basics
How is this a Home-Improvement DIY question? – brhansApr 14 '16 at 13:14 I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's not about home improvement. – BMitch
I think ThreePhaseEel and A. I. Berveleri have figured this out
If your toilet water supply line is causing leaks, you can easily replace the old supply line with a new one. Replacing a water supply line for your toilet is much easier than you might imagine and can be done in just a few minutes. In fact, this han
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Respecting posts/comments referring to OSB water wicking and degradation (too little space allowance for reply by comment)-- If it were a matter of edge wicking of water and consequent swelling or crumbling, the photo would show only full, uncut OSB
Tempered glass is almost impossible to cut without shattering it after it's tempered, so you'd have to find a piece exactly the right size. And even then I don't know if it would withstand high temperatures -- in fact it may get hot enough to un-temp
While trying to fix the slow faucet leak (which I did, just a bad gasket on the faucet head), I had to pull the entire sink cabinet off the wall. In the process of trying to put it back on the wall I broke the mounting hooks. I've tried finding a rep