Hey guys, I need help fixing my air con, but I don't know exactly what the problem is. Sometimes, when I turn it off, the engine keeps working as if it didnt, even the wind hole closes. Is this a common problem? Can I fix it by myself or is it a job for a pro? Pic is the model
>>929310 does it eventually turn off and does the outside unit cease to run? If so then your set. Heat pumps slowly let off and let on the electricity to reduce the startup amperage which plays in part to why they are energy efficient.
Each year hundreds billions of plastic bottle ends up in nature. Medias afraid of loosing advertising fees try to under estimate repercussions. TIME TO FIGHT… UPCYCLE Please share this video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f1Nm7xP4sxg
So I've stumbled across globalindustrial.com and other, similar "commercial-centric" websites that seem to sell everything and anything and it got me thinking...what sort of industrial/commercial equipment can you buy online (or wherever, like at auction) that one could use for the DIY lifestyle (and/or mischief). e.g. telephone company "butt-sets" that you can use with ye olde phone cables.
Industrial surplus sites are where its at. High quality products at rock bottom prices. I recommend Meci.com There are plenty of others though so just browse search engines a little. Meci interface sucks but their electrical section is a gold mine for numerous projects
>>929193 Exact on the dot answer here. Though you could explore alternatives such as C# experience with Xamerian Visual Studio or if you have no experience at all then you could use MIT App Inventor- though I need remind you it is shit tier.
Hello, I don't know if this is the right place to ask, but I would like to create a sound insulation for my room by myself. The problem is my upstairs neighbors, some lazy ass "students" who are home all day and do nothing but noise. They walk barefoot or with their shoes on, and I can hear everything vibrating. They can't speak normally, they can only shout, and apparently they don't sleep, as they don't go quiet even at night. They rarely blast loud music/television though, so the problem is only the noise propagating (the vibrations... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>929148 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vbt2ojkXPuo You should buy standard mains cable that has three wires. If I were you I'd take it apart and solder the wires directly to the driver inside the box, instead of hacking it on the outside. http://www.aliexpress.com/item/10W-RGB-LED-Floodlight-IP65-Waterproof-Stainless-LED-Light-With-IR-Remote-For-Outdoor-Wall-High/1338974011.html?spm=2114.40010308.4.95.y7K1sk This oe says it works with voltages between 100 and 245 volts, so it must be some high tech shit.
Hello. I finished now building my Faraday cage, by glueing aluminium can's sheets around a shoebox. But when I tested, it didn't work. I've put one wireless home telephone inside it, and pressed the button on the base that makes the phone beeps, in order to allow the owner discovering where the hell is the telephone. It beeps as there was no aluminium around it... What have I done wrong?
>>929106 >What have I done wrong? You should design an actual Faraday cage for the specific RF you want to block instead of merely putting something in a box covered with aluminium. That almost does nothing. The first step is to acquire a little bit of autonomous problem solving capability: start like this: http://lmgtfy.com/?q=how+to+design+faraday+cage
What's a good way for me to build out this small cabinet over the refrigerator to be flush with the pantry cabinet? It would be easy if I was putting a trim panel on the right of the refrigerator opening, but I don't think I will be doing that (nor do I think I have the extra 3/4 inch for it). These are stock cabinets, so a deeper cabinet isn't offered.
i'm trying to determine if it would be possible to dye or paint a piece of fabric so that it would be opaque under normal light, but would be transparent (not fully transparent, but enough to reveal what's behind it) under harder lighting condition - such as a ray of sunlight hitting it directly.
i have a few ideas to start with - acquiring a very thin piece of fabric, painting it with a mix of transparent oil paint and painting medium to dilute it, but i'm not sure if that would work.
any... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Can anyone help me fix my amp? I can send you $5 through PayPal if you figure it out, it's a Pioneer A10k. There's a horrible hum in the left channel only on the phono input, all of the other inputs are fine and it's there when nothing is plugged in so it's definitely a preamp problem. Could get a dedicated pre but seems kind of sily, can use a soldering iron.
>>929068 If it's a (higher pitch hum) 120 - 130 hum than it's a filter capacitor you can swap it out I assume it is this since it's only present in one channel. If it's a 50-60 hz hum this is a more serious issue and might need some debugging. It could be your channel wire runs parallel to a power cord. It could be a leaking capacitor in the power section, a worn out resistor in the transistor bias... Spend the 5 bucks on an decent electronics book and upload a torrent.
How to do the man bun, PROPERLY, for mid to long hair types.
The less you think about the steps as you do this, the better - it should be more of an instinctual process. The key is how much you pull through the elastic as you don't want it to be floppy or sag - you want it to sit high up on the head and be tight - and thus any extra you are going to want to wrap around - or you are going to want to fold the hair as you pull it through, so when you put it through the second loop of the elastic it keeps it all tightly... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
if it's your intention to apply power between the black/red bunch and the white bunch, then that is definitely not the correct way. you have to consider that the sensor part is a switch, so it has a black and white for power, then a switched red to power the bulb.
so the red from the sensor should go to the black from the lamp, and only only there. the neutral whites are OK as is. anyway, this is my recollection from wiring one a year or so ago, so i'm not 100% sure.
All trademarks and copyrights on this page are owned by their respective parties. Images uploaded are the responsibility of the Poster. Comments are owned by the Poster.
This is a 4chan archive - all of the content originated from them. If you need IP information for a Poster - you need to contact them. This website shows only archived content.
If a post contains personal/copyrighted/illegal content you can contact me at email@example.com with that post and thread number and it will be removed as soon as possible.