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This is a simple repair that should only take a bit of time. The repair shouldn't be rushed so that the result is a patch that is hard to detect. Here is what you should do: CAUTION must be used when working near electric wires and devices
It all depends on how much you are willing to learn. If you are confident in your ability to do it safely, go for it. If not, do more research until you are or hire an electrician
Have you heard about standby power use? This is when you turn your game console off from the remote control and think it does not consume any power from the grid . .
Those black pieces are meant to turn 360 degrees in any direction. You already have a key to turn them, in the form of a fluorescent tube. Keep the tube as close as possible to its proper position (i
AC power plugs and sockets are devices that allow electrically operated equipment to be connected to the primary alternating current (AC) power supply in a building. Electrical plugs and sockets differ in voltage and current rating, shape, size and t
SOLUTION: I have found RJ45 connectors that are compatible with Cat7 and can also be used with the standard cat 5/6 crimpers. These do not provide speeds higher than would be expected of Cat 6a, and are a bit more expensive, but at least I can use th
I bought a replacement 3-way lamp socket and the cap on the new one is too small to thread into the lamp base. I went to the hardware store and purchased an adapter so it would fit on the new lamp socket cap. BUT now with the extra height of the adap
Great question! Most General Relativity textbooks seem deliberately obscure. I think everything is so “relative” that authors are afraid of saying anything definite, for fear of being ridiculed for some mistake. For example, we know that radial dista
I have recently replaced a double socket that had a short circuit fault on the right hand socket with a new one from B&Q. After long periods of use the right hand switch refuses to stay off. If I turn it off it will just spring back on by itself
the extractor fan lasted about 3 weeks before buzzing and then completely failing (but still buzzing) Perhaps a bearing seized up, It is probably a small extractor fan and is easily replaced at low cost. You can do it yourself if you follow basic ele