Well i've had knex for a long time and i've broken alot of parts... This is most of my broken parts.
Topic by The Nomlack | last reply
Hi I'm parting out my old toshiba a135-s2276, have one that needs a fan or just want the 14" lcd screen for a project let's make a deal. I'm willing to let it go piece by piece or you can buy it all for $150 us. that said most everything works I can't confirm the viability of the CPU and the MOBO is fried. computer is already disassembled. will accept check or pay pal.
Topic by lucek | last reply
In the last 6 months, I had a 40" hd tv, a modem, a 27" monitor and a laptop all quit on me for various reasons. I'm wondering if I take them apart if there are any parts that are worth salvaging. I have only a basic understanding of electronics but love to tinker and want to take up arduino projects. What would you salvage if it were you? MK
Topic by MalindaK2 | last reply
My sister brought me home this part tonight from tech crew at school, she says she thinks it came from a fire alarm but were not sure. There are 2 lightbulb sockets and engraved on the metal it says "75W -125 v". Out of the back there are 6 wires, 1 red 1 black 2 white that are going into the large thing in the middle, and 1 black and 1 white coming out of the empty socket. the 2 sockets are also wired together. What is this part? is it simply a power supply with 2 light bulbs? The label says "Lithonia emergency systems on it" "input : 277 at 60hz (wht and black) output:120v 21.6VA (wht and red).
Topic by astrozombies138 | last reply
hey guys if you need/want a parts list just comment what gun and leave a link to the gun. also i will be putting up set parts lists. 325 TUB: rods: green:28 white:32 blue:14 yellow:8 red:2 flexi orange:4 flexi purple(gray rod size):4 connectors: dark gray:6 lt gray:6 red:12 green:12 yellow:12 purple:8 white:3 blue:5 other: blue spacer:40 gray spacer:9 blue clip:5 tan clip:2 y clip:7 ball socket:4 ball joint:4 red "eyes":2 small wheels:1 snap on wheel:4 large wheel:2 snap on tred thingys:2 large wheel outer wheel thing:2 small triangle pannel:2 med. tri panel(3 holes):2
Topic by knexsuperbuilderfreak | last reply
I would like to know some of the better sites to use for buying motors, wires, ect.
Question by cooldude01 | last reply
I have a digital and analog multi meter and the board has blew up but evreything elce on it works but what could i use the digital screen the analog pointer and the rest of the guts for? i want to build a custom pc so if they could be used for that even better
Question by nonamesleft | last reply
Im having a tough time finding a store to buy leds, resistors etc. I need to find a good supply house in the states that will ship here or any supply house in Montevideo would be helpful. Thanks
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If so send to josh steed kaitlyn lane 45154 mt.orab ohio
Question by roboteen | last reply
I'm a new to building circuits and trying to help my son with a school project. Here is the circuit to hack the wireless doorbell into snail mail notifier (http://mimeproject.blogspot.com/2011/01/mail-notifier.html). I'm lost here though it appears to be a simple circiut. (attached the circuit as image file) Please help me with ordering parts and the proper sequence to solder them. Thanks in advance. - Al
Topic by thousandeyes | last reply
I need help in finding a replacement part for a swing arm magnifying lamp. I have search far and wide online but could not find any. I have also tried the company that I had purchase from (2 Years ago) they do not carry replacement parts. The lamp is a Alvin lamp desk clamp, the lamp is in excellent and working condition. The only problem is the swevil part that connects the lamp head to the the swing arm. ( see pics) Any alternative idea or sudsititude would be helpful. Thanks
Topic by RamonC2 | last reply
Hi, Unfortunately our washing machine stopped working the other day… It’s a seven years old Upo TL1200D for those who cares. It’s quite small and old, so my wife and I have decided to buy a new one. My question is, are there any valuable/notable parts I should disassemble for future DIY projects, before we throw it out? I know I could always open it up my self and have a look (plan b). Since our apartment is a bit space constrained, the idea of having lots of parts laying around is not so popular… :) I have overlooked good quality parts in the past when I have throwned stuff away, and I thought maybe someone in here have any ideas of what to toss and what to keep?
Topic by papirkopi | last reply
Hey guys what is your favorite place to find electronic parts. Here is my list, I have ordered parts from every site below without any problems. Im always looking for more places to check out, let me know what I missed. Endlessparts.com Caryshop.com Alleletroncis.com Mpja.com Suplusecenter.com sciplus.com allelectronics.com goldmine-elec-products
Topic by justinc41 | last reply
Like its stated i need to know what are the basic, most important electronics parts to have in a toolbox for any project. i want to start learning about electronics and i need parts to do projects and i didnt know you ya'll keep basic parts that everyone else have like a common type of LED or something. know what i mean? if nobody knows or doesnt do this, what are some parts to look for that a beginner like me could use later for starting small projects that will help me learn electronics?
Question by leader1 | last reply
Chicago Electric Power Tools 7" orbital sander, model number:92623. I need to replace the variable speed switch?
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I have been notified that my parts and service area will be shrunk and no air conditioning will be installed in the new building we are moving to in a year and a half. I need some information as to the condition of my parts when exposed to the heat, humidity, cold, etc. Can you let me know because if there's a problem, I have several hundred thousand dollars in parts that are at risk! Thank-you!
Question by loishen1 | last reply
For instance as much of a pack rack as i am, i am getting ready to toss a couple of older cordless phones, an infrared foot massager, tossed an old all in one printer a couple weeks back. if there are good, all purpose usable parts i would salvage and save the parts. the foot massager must have a motor or vibrater. The cordless phones i saved the 9vdc bricks, i use i lot of stuff that runs off 9vdc.
Question by escapefromyonkers | last reply
I have taken apart my projector and found the part that has been giving me problems but i have no idea what it is called or anything.. any help? it came out of a hannstar K MV-4 94v-0 underneath it it says E89382 091 6 see picture of blue piece the third and forth picture is the part i want to identify and replace
Topic by phunky_phantom | last reply
I got a new knex set today. I got the double-sawblade ride. Now I get a whole **** load of blue rods, yellow rods, gray rods, and especially red rods (I only had 6 red rods before I got this set.)And I get much more yellow, white, blue, green, and gray connectors too. I think I may be able to build the sear rifle I have been hyping up in the chatroom for some time now. but This isnt really an end to my part limitations. I did not get a whole lot of short green rods, and the connectors only took one bag. Now my 550 tub is overflowing with the knex parts I have.Double sawblade is a good part booster.
Topic by DJ Radio | last reply
I am trying to build a computer with more knowledge than last time i was trying to do it, here are my parts listProcessorMotherboardHard DriveCD/DVD DriveMemoryCaseI have a Gateway computer company Vista OS from my old gateway computer, will this work with a non Gateway interface computer? If not, then i will probably download linux to my usb and upload it to the computer. P.S. i already have a monitor
Topic by Caveman477 | last reply
Anything that would work for this instructable:https://www.instructables.com/id/Radio-Jammer/?ALLSTEPS
Question by XOIIO | last reply
There is an extension cord (3 wire) which has a flat wall connector - great for tight spaces. I've bought some over the years (about $12 each at Amazon) - but want a supply of the plugs so I can make my own custom/length cords. I looked at a few electric parts places but no luck. Any ideas/sources for a less expensive flat plug adapter? One option is to replacc the wall outlet with a recessed outlet - but that does not work for me. thanks
Topic by 222fbj | last reply
Where can i get some free electronics without telling the company what i need the samples for?
Question by jibatsu | last reply
When I was like 10, I would take apart all of my electronics that were broken, or not broken. Then I would play around with the parts with great curiosity. I once rigged alarm to my bedroom door, by fixing a string from in front of the door. When Someone broke it, the string would loosen a weight that would connect a wire to a motor, which would set off an old fashion alarm clock. It was tough to make, and as you know i would have to re string everytime someone came in my room. Recently while in a forum, someone mentioned Robomaniac`s tutorial of the beatle-bot. And this tutorial resparked an old intrest lying deep within.. Well my question is: Whenever I am taking an electronic object apart. What should I keep?? And what should I ditch??
Topic by fight4gipper1 | last reply
Hey all, I'm looking for milky/fogged/hazy (I'm not sure what the right term) twist open plastic balls, like the one on the first picture. My plan is to put some LEDs in them to make glowing balls, but all I can find is clear plastic, as in the second picture. Any suggestion where can I get something like this? The size should be about 2" (diameter). -Greg
Topic by shinjin | last reply
Hey there instructables fans. I've been reviewing your site for a while now, loving all the cool projects. I saw one project that was using some disused IDE connectors from a PC and it got me thinking.... part of my day job is running a WEEE recycling company in the South West of the UK. We process an awful lot of computers and although we re-use as much as we can of the computer stuff we recycle there is still a lot that goes to be shredded for material recovery. I'm always looking for new ways in which bits and pieces could get themselves a second life. Would this community be interested in any old computers bits and pieces? I'm not asking for money just enough to cover postage, perhaps some brave soul in the UK would like to take on a 'bulk order' and then distribute around? It's just a thought and my apologies if I've stepped on any toes or forum rules, I have no interest in making money from this just simply to get make a few small bits and pieces useful once again :) Please message back if interested!
Topic by yakboy | last reply
Say for instance i need a lot of tan clips, what knex set supplyes a lot of these without going into too much expense? PLeas elist all that you can so we can all have a good loock, im always short one some pieces XD ( i know about ebay but i want to buy from scratch) ( i know about the singe buy from the knex book but i want to buy in a small package) Thanks
Topic by deanlaing123 | last reply
Hi if you have any computer parts lying around such as a motherboard, CPU, cooling fans ect... I can take it off your hands for you free of charge. If so please send me a reply telling me what you have and is it working or not working and I will be happy to come pick it up thanks.
Topic by theitnerd_withnomoney
I'm looking for help getting some new smaller drafting tools cut. The cut area is no bigger then 9"x6", I was hoping to get the part cut out of .04" clear Lexan, I can supply if needed. I'd also like to have the parts etched as well if that is possible as well. I have the rough drawing done in AutoCAD so far.
Topic by BogDog | last reply
I have been to many sites, just trying to find one that carries, well, everything! I'll go to one, and it'll have a whole bunch of led's, but no resistors, or a whole bunch of switches but no led's. I end up spending a fortune on shipping by ordering parts for a project from 5 different sites. I would like to find a site that has all these things in one place. leds switches resistors capacitors transistors most other basic electronic stuff. Share your site!
Question by kcls | last reply
Alright I know this question has been asked a hundred times before, but I've searched and none of them have been close to what I specifically want. I have two old computers with some fans and L.E.D's, and I was just wanting to find something to use these things for. Everything I find is either about restoring the computer or just using the shell of one. I want something like robots lights or something like that. Oh, and sorry if this is in the wrong forum.
Topic by AustinIsom
I'm sure me and Skunkbait aren't the only ones who have kept car or motorcycle parts in odd places.I hear my dad kept a motocycle in his living room for years, because the place didn't have a secure garage. For a little while, if you wanted to sit while watching TV, you had to sit on the bike or the floor, because there was no other furniture. Plus, it's just priceless to be able to ride out your front door.I know some folks who keep spare electical bits like turn signals and partial wiring harnesses laying around the house. Hanging on doorknobs. Apparently, bachelors, those aren't just for hanging underwear anymore.There have been a few times that the chainsaw and lawnmower had to live in the house so a visiting motorcycle could live in our shed.Generally, whenever I get a new part or tool home, it has to spend some time just sitting around while I try to figure out what the best way is to use it. Or just figure out why it looked like a good idea to buy another timing light.I've been known to hang particularly sexy motorcycle parts on the wall. I spent a lot of time trying to get a 10-120 speedometer from a Volvo to work as a clock one time. That didn't work, but it did make a good paperweight.Where have you kept parts, and why?
Topic by Rishnai | last reply
I'm curious about where instructables members purchase their electroincs parts. I've played around with electronics since high school, but I've always been in an environment where parts are "free" (aka paid for by others). Now that I'm branching out on my own, I'd like to know the best place to buy parts. I did a quick comparison of Jameco and Mouser on my blog. http://www.thelumberlab.com/2011/catalog-fight-jameco-vs-mouser I'd greatly appreciate it if you all could share your thoughts on this. Thanks so much.
Topic by DUlschm | last reply