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Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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It's nearly winter and the temperature is starting to drop, particularly at night. Unfortunately, when the temperature drops, our power bills tend to ...

rdparsons36
New Contributor
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I have purchased a arlec solar led wall light (LVS661K) but unable to find how to get to the batteries. No instructions included with the light. app ...

darylhewston
Super Contributor
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G'day fellow workshoppers, Finally got around to designing, building and installing the new auto door for our girls. I was quiet shocked at the pri ...

dani2526
Junior Contributor
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Hi everyone I was hoping for some wiring helpwith my auto chicken door please. I have copied my plans from another post on this page by Darryl. I h ...

wuxuan
New Contributor
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 My kettle fell accidentally, so I need to replace a new switch now, but I don't know where to find it.

Conair400
Budding Contributor
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Hi all, I’m looking at installing UFO LED High Bay lighting in my garage instead of your traditional Fluorescent lighting. I have read some reviews on ...

weekenddiyer
Junior Contributor
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I've always loved seeing neighbours yards lit up at night when running around my local area. I decided to add some festoon party lights to our backyar ...

racecars254
Newbie
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Hey guys, has anyone retro fit / outfit their garage with the LED baton style range of lights available? Looking to see if anyone has done anything ...

HUN-711
Newbie
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Can I get some help with making something this happen Please? Are there kits available at Bunnings? Im in MelbourneThanks  

markmarshall
New Contributor
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Hi All, My current dust collector (DC) setup is flexible 100mm hose from DC to the tool be it table saw, jointer, thicknesser etc. I am considering ...

Steven
Budding Contributor

  Vanity Renovation The vanity project got delayed for years so I decided to pull it out of its wrappers and get it done before house falls down.. ...

mann
Newbie
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Hi, Can somebody suggest me what all i would need to install the spotlights in my garden? Thanks M

Paesanojed
New Contributor
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Hi Guys, I am looking to make a floor lamp with an "industrial" look. I am wanting to use 12V for simplicity and compliance and will be using an LED s ...

sandoorus
New Contributor
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I wanted to share with you my feature wall I made out of pallets. It is my entrance hallway. Everything I used was from bunnings.          

Itai
Established Contributor
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Hey All. It's been a while since I've posted. The permits have been received, and the builders are moving quickly! Wall is down, new ensuite structure ...

Kim
Established Contributor
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It's really hot today and we have evaporative cooling installed. It does a great job until mid-afternoon, and then the challenge of the heat seems t ...

RobPegley
Established Contributor
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Created as a mobile office or business, this retro Viscount caravan also sleeps two and has a full kitchen. A new floor has been laid, a new kitchen ...

cadsman
Junior Contributor
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ProjectPete
Trusted Contributor
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Great to see Bunnings stocking a range of smart lights. They're a great solution to avoid having to install new light switches, chase walls, etc. I' ...

woodenwookie
Established Contributor
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On the front page of this site for the Lighting and Electrical section there is a picture of a lightbulb. It’s clearly an LED bulb but the reason I’m ...

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