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Old 3rd Jan 2017, 10:04   #21
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Brake pads on the birds DS3 couple of weekends ago.

Prior to that prob resurrecting some old PC motherboard via recapping.

Actually think it was recapping a Gainward TI4200
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Fixed the dishwasher a few weeks back as a pipe had come loose so was pumping water into the bottom of it. Refitted the hose and tightened it up and away it went again. Took a beating over the Christmas period so nice to see its held up.
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In the process of fixing the seal around a friends bath - old silicone's given up the ghost, so it's scrape, scrape, scrape...

I've got some chemical gunk to help dissolve the last annoying little bits which I'm going to give a go on Thursday...

Last thing actually fixed? Oil and filter change and new bulbs for the car would be maintenance... so... it'd be down-lighters in another friends house, some blown transformers some melted chock-blocks due to bulbs with too high a current draw, new transformers, new blocks, new lower wattage bulbs and all's well.
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I've fixed / filled a few holes in the wall around the house - it's only taken me 18 months to do that, plus I've fixed the airbag light on the car.

I've also started rebuilding the gearbox on my airsoft AUG - the current gearbox decided to crap out on semi-auto a while back and since taking it apart originally to inspect the (shot) trigger contacts, I noticed a hairline crack in the shell going from the rear of the cylinder, right back to the rear of the shell. Picked up a donor gearbox for a fiver to repurpose the electrics / shell, just need to find the time to finish it, then give it a test where something else will break.
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The chain thingy broke at the joint which meant I could not raise and lower my blackout type blinds. A bit of Sugru and we are good to go.
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In the process of fixing the seal around a friends bath - old silicone's given up the ghost, so it's scrape, scrape, scrape...
WD 40 is pretty good at shifting bath sealant.
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1930's Irwin No4' metalwork vice (still work in progress)
Wiring for speakers in the car
Mothers computer (more software stupidness like "its in tablet mode!")
New pane and wooden bead trim on one window, seal gone on glaze and part of trim was rotting.
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WD 40 is pretty good at shifting bath sealant.
Thanks for the tip, I'll give it a go.
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Broken offside front coil spring on my Saab fixed today along with matching new spring on nearside and fresh drop links- broken springs are a common problem and despite tools, some degree of knowledge and adequate preparation - it still took 5 hours, mostly due to seized bolts and a very silly drop link design that makes them almost impossible to remove.

Have to say having a stupidly powerful impact wrench helped massively (plus a full suite of spanners, jacks etc etc.)



Still - mission accomplished and man level +1

Can add it to list of things on cars that I'm capable of repairing - next weekend will be replacing the exhaust center section as it has a small hole in the flexible part that can't easily/reliably be repaired any other way than replacement of the whole piece.
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Broken offside front coil spring on my Saab fixed today along with matching new spring on nearside and fresh drop links- broken springs are a common problem and despite tools, some degree of knowledge and adequate preparation - it still took 5 hours, mostly due to seized bolts and a very silly drop link design that makes them almost impossible to remove.

Have to say having a stupidly powerful impact wrench helped massively (plus a full suite of spanners, jacks etc etc.)



Still - mission accomplished and man level +1

Can add it to list of things on cars that I'm capable of repairing - next weekend will be replacing the exhaust center section as it has a small hole in the flexible part that can't easily/reliably be repaired any other way than replacement of the whole piece.
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Weeeelll... maybe not FIXED per se, but:

Took the old pickups out of my guitar, only to realise there was a cabling fault for the past 10 years.
So I fixed that (so I suppose "fixed" is right) and installed new, better pickups.
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- "Fixed" the broken advance lever of a €0.50 Yashica FX-D with a dab of JB Weld. Don't know if it will hold in the long term but it seems sturdy enough.

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- I had to completely disassemble a Thinkpad T510 (even remove the CPU cooler) to get access to the motherboard where I was 99% sure a faulty diode was the cause of the failing LCD backlight, only to find out all video related diodes work perfectly (according to my multimeter). The only other cause I can think of is a broken LCD cable, though it looks fine tbh.
Luckily I managed to not destroy anything during the disassembly and reassembly.
I now ordered a new LCD cable, so in a few weeks I'll have to take it apart all over again...
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Broken offside front coil spring on my Saab fixed today along with matching new spring on nearside and fresh drop links- broken springs are a common problem and despite tools, some degree of knowledge and adequate preparation - it still took 5 hours, mostly due to seized bolts and a very silly drop link design that makes them almost impossible to remove.

Have to say having a stupidly powerful impact wrench helped massively (plus a full suite of spanners, jacks etc etc.)



Still - mission accomplished and man level +1

Can add it to list of things on cars that I'm capable of repairing - next weekend will be replacing the exhaust center section as it has a small hole in the flexible part that can't easily/reliably be repaired any other way than replacement of the whole piece.
Not done my links are yet but they usually put a pair of notches on the rubber boot side to take a spanner which helps.

I "repaired" the audio in my saab, couple years back the pollen filter clogged an filled the passenger footwell with water, water went under the passenger seat where the cars amp lived. Amplifiers are not aquatic by nature so it promptly died. Saab wanted £400 for the part plus fitting which entailed a plug and a screw.

So, I bought an amp headunit an cables ages ago for less than £400, headunits been in working for a while now, just the amp end took longer an I did it at the weekend.

New aftermarket amp in the boot, power cable ran from the battery under the bonnet and earth line from within the boot. Door speakers used a connector from the old amp under the passenger seat which I butchered an added my own connectors. Speaker cables been ran from under the passenger seat to the boot. I only tested it so ended up draping the remote and RCAs over the seats not fitting them. But it works I'm calling it repaired but not finished but it works

So basically I bypassed the amp all together I have a working aftermarket headunit and amp and the dealer said it wouldn't work due to fibreoptics, I beat the fibreoptics using a plastic tube from a small paint brush
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Not done my links are yet but they usually put a pair of notches on the rubber boot side to take a spanner which helps.
This I was aware of but when the bolt is pretty much rusted in place and the notch is only made of soft-ish alloy it rounds off pretty quickly - my advice is get some penetrating fluid on there ahead of time, go away for an evening and then tackle the job the next morning when you stand a better chance - either that or a really good set of hardened jaw mole grips to grip the backside of the drop link when the notch inevitable rounds off

I put these on mine in case you wanted a tip for stronger, uprated parts when you come to do it - added bonus is higher strength alloys to stop the notch rounding - making them easier to get off if needed!

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