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 plasterboard fixings which 1 to use for hanging 11kg mirror? - Source Sourceplasterboard fixings which 1 to use for hanging 11kg mirror?
 on Sun Jul 22, 2018 6:55 pm

General DIY forum

plasterboard fixings which 1 to use for hanging 11kg mirror?

Behind the plasterboard theres a thin gap and then a solid wall. What would be suitable for putting my mirror up?

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Post by yr20405
 Fitting Nest Hello - Source SourceFitting Nest Hello
 on Sun Jul 22, 2018 5:50 pm

Electric Forum UK

Fitting Nest Hello

Hi All.

This is my first time on the site so hope I get some good answers. I am trying to fit nest hello doorbell.

My problem is it says it need 12v ac to 20v ac. I have 10 v ac on the current wired doorbell ...

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Post by Djidave
 Failed Render - Source SourceFailed Render
 on Sun Jul 22, 2018 2:54 pm

Building Forum

Failed Render

Last year (Sept) I had the front of my house rendered - traditional sand/cement render was applied over existing brickwork (London red-bricks).

The guys that did it have over 60 years of experience between them, and did a good job with an excellent finish. Previously they've rendered at ...

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Post by cheakypeak
 Mixer shower & District heating - Source SourceMixer shower & District heating
 on Sun Jul 22, 2018 2:36 pm

Plumbing Forum

Mixer shower & District heating

Hi. I intended to fit a mixer shower into our bathroom and connect to the hot & cold taps as I have in a previous house. However, looking at the pipes under the bath it would appear the hot tap is connected to both the ...

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Post by Penultimatum
 How does a central heating zone valve work. - Source SourceHow does a central heating zone valve work.
 on Sun Jul 22, 2018 12:25 pm

Central Heating & Boilers

How does a central heating zone valve work.

Looking for new house, told today central heating split into zones, not a clue why? But also don't know how connected to boiler.

I would guess the micro switches in the zone valves connect to a device which in turn tells boiler ...

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Post by ericmark
 Artificial Grass - Source SourceArtificial Grass
 on Sun Jul 22, 2018 11:12 am

Gardeners World

Artificial Grass

Anyone on here ever laid this?
Reason I ask is that is it for the average diy(er) or pros only, does the garden have to be absolutely spot on level etc etc.
Thought we had agreed on putting a decking in the garden then son says “why don’t ...

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Post by bgatty68
 Tiled window sills - Source SourceTiled window sills
 on Sun Jul 22, 2018 10:15 am

General DIY forum

Tiled window sills

Hi, have recently moved in to our first family home and need some advice on our external window sills. The house had new windows fitted around 12 years ago and for some reason some of the external sills have been replaced to white pvc and others have ...

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Post by Judogeorge
 Shower waste question - Source SourceShower waste question
 on Sun Jul 22, 2018 8:58 am

Plumbing Forum

Shower waste question

Hi, I'm installing 2 showers on the ground floor, they are within a couple of feet of each other but there is not enough height to put much of a rise in so I will need to channel out the concrete floor then take the pipework through ...

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Post by Cabrinha
 Cavities in shower tile grout - Source SourceCavities in shower tile grout
 on Sun Jul 22, 2018 6:14 am

Tiling Forum

Cavities in shower tile grout

Hello all,

I have holes in the grout in my shower. I'm worried that water might be getting in and causing damage to the plasterboard underneath. Should I do something about it? As you can see it's not a very pretty shower so looks are ...

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Post by tadaska
 CNC Carving - Source SourceCNC Carving
 on Sun Jul 22, 2018 4:59 am

Show Case Gallery

CNC Carving

Hi All, I have now built a CNC router and here is a photo of my first two 3D carvings

The size is 80mm x 60mm x 15mm depth of carving for the dog and around
80mm x 90mm x 12mm depth of carving for the horses heads. ...

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