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  • Custom Shape Your CD or DVD Disks

    As long as you don't cut into where the data is written, it won't be affected. But you probably won't be able to add a lot more data afterwards.

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  • ADRIANT28 commented on navneetha's instructable Play House With Tetrapack`s3 months ago
    Play House With Tetrapack`s

    Wow, is that like a collection of milk containers you collected over the past years?

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  • Convert a Broken Microwave Into a Mailbox

    Relating to this, one I had an old microwave that wasn't working properly so I put it outside for Sunday junk collection. Someone crashed her can in our mailbox and I the microwave. The microwave was snagged and the mailbox was broken. Thankfully she bought us a new mailbox and installed it for us.

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  • Previously I bought 3 consecutively of the same LED bulb from Home Depot and I returned all of them. The first time, the dome broke off. The second time, I used it in my ceiling fan and it must have been too shaky so it eventually failed. When I removed it I noticed the dome melted. Like the plastic was contorted. Then I returned it and bought it again and this time it failed in an hour. I stopped buying this one because it keeps failing. It was this bulb and DO NOT BUY IT https://www.amazon.com/Cree-100W-Equivalent-White-...Later I bought some retrofit LED bulbs from Costco and they are pretty good. However they don't fit into the light in the downstairs bedroom because the builders used really cheap recessed lights that only work with their trims and doesn't work with any other trim, ...

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    Previously I bought 3 consecutively of the same LED bulb from Home Depot and I returned all of them. The first time, the dome broke off. The second time, I used it in my ceiling fan and it must have been too shaky so it eventually failed. When I removed it I noticed the dome melted. Like the plastic was contorted. Then I returned it and bought it again and this time it failed in an hour. I stopped buying this one because it keeps failing. It was this bulb and DO NOT BUY IT https://www.amazon.com/Cree-100W-Equivalent-White-...Later I bought some retrofit LED bulbs from Costco and they are pretty good. However they don't fit into the light in the downstairs bedroom because the builders used really cheap recessed lights that only work with their trims and doesn't work with any other trim, so the retrofit doesn't fit. Anyways, I used them in all the other lights that I payed contractors to install and those are great. However I have one that failed and it is at a high ceiling. I don't have a ladder high enough so I can't get it, and it failed a year ago and lasted for only a month. I really don't know how to get it down.Also can't bad LED bulbs that can't be returned and/or no warranty be disposed in electronic recycle? Sure they can go in the trash, but isn't the inside full of electronics (Compared to other types of bulbs that are simply glass, gas, and filament; or CFL bulbs that contain mercury and the electronic waste company probably won't take CFL bulbs)?

    All my light bulbs I just take it to Ikea to recycle no matter what type since they take all types of household bulbs. I don't know, how expensive is it really to recycle the glass in the light bulbs? I guess it would be difficult to clean the coating off, however uncoated bulbs should be fairly easy to recycle.

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  • ADRIANT28 commented on ADRIANT28's forum topic Banging Fan7 months ago

    Ok I will check that. I can't seem to open it up. I removed the screws but cover own't come out.

    It sounds more of something with the propellers, when it turns off the banging slows down and then stops when it finishes spinning.Is this something I can easily buy parts to fix? Or is this something that is complicated where I would probably want to hire a professional or if it is expensive get a new one? I know how to open up the bottom cover of the heater, I did so to look at the fan, and don't see anything, I probably need to open it up. Is there a repair guide anywhere on the internet?

    No, I know it is coming from the fan I turned on the fan without the heater bottom cover to see it and I can hear it coming from the fan.

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  • ADRIANT28 commented on codongolev's instructable Overflow of Bubbles Toilet Prank7 months ago
    Overflow of Bubbles Toilet Prank

    Will baking soda and vinegar do it?

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  • ADRIANT28 posted a topic Banging Fan7 months ago
  • It should work however I would suggest not to use the most expensive soldering iron. Also I suggest using a tip that you have cleaned free of solder. Also I suggest not using the same tip for soldering as the tip is no longer clean.

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