I know, I was taking the proverbial
It’s already here, my toothbrush charges with no connection to the charger,
It’s by induction I think, and my cooker works the same way.
I had a Clarke 250TE
It would blow the fuse on a 13amp plug, but only after a couple of inches of welding
It did have a 32a commando plug...
I had to core a 2 metre hole using silicon carbide dust on my tongue, hanging from a rope by my ankle, needs must :laughing:
Studding and resin works fantastic, but you have to remove all the dust from the hole,
Using a bottle brush and a pump, the more dust you...
I used mine to spark the life back into my Multisaw battery That I left switched on weeks ago, it wouldn’t take a charge at first.
YouTube testers seem to think they work ok, not used one myself though, there are YouTube videos on what to look for regarding results
I would still be insulation testing,
Insulation testers are cheap if you buy if you don’t buy a main brand, and provide useful information on...
Last time I drilled a hole like that, and hit something hard, I eventually with lots of patience got through it, the gas pipe :D
I have one of these,
Seems to work ok, for most stuff.
The consumables are eye watering expensive.
You need a brush tothe size of the hole that you drill,
Blow out, scrub with the brush, blow out again scrub with the brush and blow out again...
Mine is a 2007 model and the castings are much better quality, there’s play in mine but not much, the nut is a bit worn on the up and down axis,...
I have the same mill,
But I fitted a 150mm riser and longer screw,
@doubleboost has one and refurbished his with a video of it on YouTube, and...
Try running it using petrol in a spray bottle, or brake cleaner, it should tell you if it’s engine or carb related
On mine, I just take the reel off the mount and put it in a convenient plastic bag, then re mount and leave, leaving the wire still in the liner,...
If you only need a few, then buy a couple of 5/8 earth rods from tool station,
buy a metre long 12mm Sds and drill a hole first, then you don’t...
I am currently digging a ditch to fit the rainwater pipes, and seeing as it’s going the same way as where the house DB is, I thought I would throw...
Has to be pre 1980 now,
And if it is, you can fit black number plates.
Our water is naturally soft,
Kettles never fur up.
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