Are dealing with toxins something you can do diy? I'm pretty sure I have something in my room because sometimes I smell weird shit and it's a really old as fuck house with little maintenance. I wake up with a stomach ache every day I have random pains and exhaustion. I have crazy as fuck dry mouth that sometimes makes my gums bleed I also notice symptoms show up more when I'm in the room
How do I know what the problem is? Should I just buy tests for everything
>>943463 >frequent abdominal pain >unexplained pain >exhaustion >lack of saliva >bleeding gums >measurable effects based on environment
OP, it might be a good idea to talk to a doctor about this first. Make sure that whatever is going on, isn't causing serious damage to you, or the symptoms you are experiencing aren't... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
hi diy, i'm considering building my own arcade stick both for a school project and for myself to use since i play mostly fighting games and i don't wanna buy a stick for 100+ dollars since those pieces of shits are overpriced.
I'm wondering where i could find cheap parts to use to build it since i have zero knowledge about where to buy and wherever i check parts go for a lot, but it really wouldn't surprise me if you could build your own stick for a lot less than almost 100 $. Any suggestions would be appreciated whether sarcastic or sincere :)
hi. i wan to make my own table. something like the pic. but i have no arc welder machine, but i have a lot of rivets. the problem is i just dont know how to do it. the are some tecnic to do this or is just a waste of time. also things made with rivets look better
Any thoughts on removing a baked on ceramic label from glass? This is not screenprinting, I have tried vinegar soaking and methylene chloride based paint stripper to no success, and they've worked on everything else glass I've reclaimed so far. My intention is to re-use in home brewing.
How do I fix my glasses in a way that doesn't cost too much money and doesn't completely look like shit? When I was wiping my glasses off with a towel on of the pads that sits between my nose and the frame broke off, and now I constantly have a piece of my glasses poking into my nose. I can alleviate it by placing some paper between that part of my nose and the tiny sharp bit coming out, but I look like an asshole, so I normally just grin and bear it. It seems nigh impossible to remove, and I've spent a good several minutes with a sharp knife trying to remove... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>943426 >broke off the nose pads and jb weld them on. You mean I should break them BOTH off, and then use this compound to bind them back to the glasses so that they're both attached and they both look the same?
Ok, so, can I use a T in place of the Y in this picture?
On the left side of the Y in the diagram is a toilet, tub, and sink. On the right side of the Y only three sinks are tied in. The line is a 3" line.
With proper slope of the two lines mentioned above, the Y or T will be about 2 feet off of the ground, angling downward into the field line.
I've read using Ts in place of Ys can cause slowdowns/clogs but all of the solid waste was having to go past that ridiculous curve anyway and from what I've read, that mainly is referring to directional... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>943398 Wtf Left and right are feeding into the bottom? I would prefer a tee there, y only makes sense if the bottom line was feeding into the flow from left to right or right to left in op. As long as the gradients/angles/runs are ok then go for it. But I'm no plumber.
hi! I wanna make surprise for my boyfriend so I need your help. I want you to write on the card "Masha+Maksim=" and take a picture of you with this card. Please send me your photos in email "email@example.com". I would be so grateful! ^.^
>>943351 Very interesting video op but you'll probably have to be more specific. All of them have very different techniques used to build them. It would probably be easier to hit up a junkyard and make your own than to try to recreate his instruments.
Hey guys I am building my own raspberry pi portable for emulation and need help with power supply.
I have pic related as my PSU and it gives me approx 2 hours of run time. I want to increase the capacity of the battery so I am buying another one and am going to strip the second battery from the charging circuit and hook it up in parallel with the first battery. My question is, is it safe to do so and would it work? Will there be any issues with the charging circuit or the way its going to function? Thanks
>>943283 it might work, but cells have to be balanced to charge correctly. You probably want a 2-3 cell balanced pack. There are also cheapo chinese 10Ah supplies for cheap, which are also a good deal.
>>943289 see that 18650 (the battery there)? they store a lot of energy but that means that while you can't say drop a battery and it will combust, overcharging (causing a breakdown of the lion barrier) is a real risk.
If two cells aren't balanced, one could say get 2 A while the other got .1 A, and if the max charge of that cell was 1.5 A, then you'd have a problem.
Honestly lion battery packs are so cheap you can get a good one from amazon for really cheap rather than building one yourself because... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>943188 In the old days I'd spend hours collecting old computers and pulling transistors like this out of them because the only other source was radioshack where they were a couple dollars each. They cost pennies now so it doesn't make sense for anyone to salvage them. The electric bill from running my soldering iron would cost more than the component I used it do desolder.
Some things like large switches, stepper motors, and transformers are still worth salvaging, but not diodes, LEDs, resistors, capacitors, ICs etc.
I have a motor similar to this that came out of a range hood and I am going to use it to make an air filter/negative air machine. It's labeled 115v ~2 amps. It had a three prong connector that I cut off to get it out of the metal housing that I repainted. It has a red, white, and black wire. What is the red wire for? Is it the ground, or is it for a low speed mode?
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