my chainsaw is _exceedingly_ hard to start, I'm near pulling my arms right out of their dern sockets... saw has excellent compression. also has _brand new bosch spark plug, correct plug # correctly gapped, & plug is "known to be firing" read more...In article: stihl 021 chainsaw won't start, unless pulled 62 times daily for 6 days
I wonder if any woodworkers in the group can help me date the table saw I inherited from my uncle. It's an Atlas Model 3020, serial number 001071. I believe he bought it from Sears, and (if so) it had a Craftsman model number beginning 101.XXXX. Possibly it would have read more...In article: Atlas Table Saw Model 3020
I have recently purchased a home with a 20+ year old Weil-McLean oil burning hot-water baseboards heating system. This probably sounds crazy, and based on the fact I could find virtually no DIY install guides, is installing a furnace a simple process that a guy can do on his own? read more...In article: DIY Install of new oil burning furnace?
Hello all! I recently purchased a used univeral remote control (off ebay) that unfortunately was in a smoking home. The thing stinks of smoke, and the buttons themselves (which are made of rubber) are actually stained yellow (they used to be white) from the smoke. I took the remote apart read more...In article: Cleaning rubber buttons from a remote
The soil my yard sits on it extremely rocky. It's very nice soil, all glacial till and stream bed composition, but more rocks than I care to count. Digging a hole is an exercise in futility as I will encounter round rocks about the size of a baseball or grapefruit more often than not. read more...In article: rototilling rocky soil
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posted on 11-19-2018I have an out door faucet which is fed from a pipe in my basement. The basement temperature is never less than 70 degrees. The pipe to the outside goes through a concrete block wall to the outside ... read more »
posted on 01-23-2019Our very old and faithful Dyson vacuum sadly gave in and stopped working after about 25 years. Our local vacuum cleaner shop would not even look at it. It's time to move on and find a replacement. We... read more »