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  • cb77305 followed Woodworking, Home Improvement, Organizing, Repair and 4 others channel 22 days ago
  • cb77305 commented on Nikus's instructable 5 Simple Ways to Determine LED Polarity8 months ago
    5 Simple Ways to Determine LED Polarity

    wonderful article. I'm a beginner so this was REALLY helpful THANK YOU!

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  • cb77305 commented on lonesoulsurfer's instructable How to Build Your 1st Circuit8 months ago
    How to Build Your 1st Circuit

    This is wonderful! I was a radar electronic tech in the US Navy and have never worked with transistors - always tubes - so this will be invaluable. Thank you!

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  • cb77305 commented on Attmos's instructable Say Goodbye to That Formica CounterTop!1 year ago
    Say Goodbye to That Formica CounterTop!

    Please change Step 16 to "secure with plumbers putty". I wanted to swap out a porcelain Kohler sink for a stainless model because dropping a glass or plate in the Kohler ALWAYS ended badly. The Kohler sink had been glued down - epoxy, silicone, or contact cement - all I know is that it was nearly impossible to remove the sink without damaging the counter - took me hours and several razor blades. Plumbers putty would've hardened, yes, but also would've released MUCH easier. So, if you want to change sinks later on you won't be ruining all the hard work above. Also, I've had to swap out disposer units three times since occupying this house in 2007 - they're not made to last - planned obsolescence. The first one I replaced WAS installed with plumbers putty and I took the hin...

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    Please change Step 16 to "secure with plumbers putty". I wanted to swap out a porcelain Kohler sink for a stainless model because dropping a glass or plate in the Kohler ALWAYS ended badly. The Kohler sink had been glued down - epoxy, silicone, or contact cement - all I know is that it was nearly impossible to remove the sink without damaging the counter - took me hours and several razor blades. Plumbers putty would've hardened, yes, but also would've released MUCH easier. So, if you want to change sinks later on you won't be ruining all the hard work above. Also, I've had to swap out disposer units three times since occupying this house in 2007 - they're not made to last - planned obsolescence. The first one I replaced WAS installed with plumbers putty and I took the hint. Believe me when I say the broken units come out far easier with plumbers putty. Beautiful counter, beautiful job, excellent article. Thank you.

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  • cb77305 commented on nickd561's instructable All in One Work Bench1 year ago
    All in One Work Bench

    I just finished a potting bench for my wife - nowhere the workmanship that obviously went into this beautiful project. I used nothing but scrap - mostly 2 x 4s - collected over the years, so it looks rough but is square in all the right places - thanks to me DeWalt chopsaw.

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  • Play Atari Breakout in Google Chrome!

    I never thought to look for Easter Eggs in Chrome - I've used them in Word and Excel, but never Chrome - Thank you!

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  • cb77305 followed cnc, electronics, computers, usb and 6 others channel 3 years ago