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PostPosted: Tue Dec 25, 2012 3:37 pm 
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Anyone know of any common faults that maybe good a first place to look to cure this fault.

The laser line saves so much time, run your tape down the wood, line it up, hold the timber firm, flick the tape up to retract it, pull the trigger and away you go, speeds things up no end. Very annoying to be without.

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First check it’s not covered with sawdust


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Thanks but, its not that

Man, we had sawdust everywhere building a 6' X 6' X 2' guinea pig hutch, 22 lengths of 63 X 38 CLS, 4 off 8' X4' of 18mm hardword external ply and even an 8' X 4' of 50mm celotex complete with 10w heater bed and 14 SWG mesh to keep the foxes out. Not mention the 500mm X 900mm perspex windshield NEVER I mean NEVER adopt guinea pigs from a rescue centre just buy them from a pet store, the hutch specs are un-real.

Figure I'll pull the chop saw apart and look for loose wiring, it'll make it easier to bell it out later anyway.


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The man with no aim wrote:
Thanks but, its not that

Man, we had sawdust everywhere building a 6' X 6' X 2' guinea pig hutch, 22 lengths of 63 X 38 CLS, 4 off 8' X4' of 18mm hardword external ply and even an 8' X 4' of 50mm celotex complete with 10w heater bed and 14 SWG mesh to keep the foxes out. Not mention the 500mm X 900mm perspex windshield NEVER I mean NEVER adopt guinea pigs from a rescue centre just buy them from a pet store, the hutch specs are un-real.

Figure I'll pull the chop saw apart and look for loose wiring, it'll make it easier to bell it out later anyway.


I've always had rabbits, my first two were house rabbits (litter trained and free roaming of the house) and when 2 of the three died off we went to the RSPCA to look at picking up some people had got bored with.

The questions they were asking, the visits they wanted to do and requirements were truly unreal.

In the end, we just got some rabbits from a friend that had a mishap when some they had incorrectly sexed.

As sad as I am that they are in their, I can't see why the need to make it so unappealing to rehome them.

In fact, a mate went to get a dog from the same place, I think they wanted 2 home visits to check suitability and then copies of their work schedules to prove that they would be suitable to keep a dog!!!!!!

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Just saw them sitting down, so snapped this.........do they look stressed and hard done too??

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