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Lighting and Electrical

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 ...

rdparsons36
New Contributor
5 replies

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 ...

Abhishek
New Contributor
6 replies

Hello, I recently moved into a house that has a power point with a round earth pin. Asking the landlord to replace the power point is not an option du ...

Kev
Junior Contributor
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Hi everyone, Well a couple of years ago I decided to completely renovate our investment unit in my spare time (after our 'tenants' wrecked it - that's ...

redracer01
Valued Contributor
1 reply

Attached is my Christmas gift to the community! I will answer "Any" reasonable question about the 5 cabinet kitchen plan I have just drawn. You will ...

Krusty
Budding Contributor
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I have a pretty expensive ceiling fan that only runs on low speed even when switch is on high,could a new switch fix the problem or would it be intern ...

LJ1809
Budding Contributor
12 replies

 Hi All, I joined this group in hopes that I can learn from you knowledgeable people as I love a bit of DIY around the home but I don’t know a lot abo ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
15 replies

Our latest Workshop poll asks whether you have solar panels on the roof of your house. Whether used for electricity generation or hot water, a grow ...

Community Manager Jason
Community Manager
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As I'm nearing the end of our backyard games room project, I had an eclectic assortment of items in my basket during my long weekend trip to Bunnings. ...

pete_brig
Junior Contributor
2 replies

My contribution to th Xmas spirit...a Xmas lights tree  Materials: 3m + 1m lengths of stormwater pipe, lights, pegs, plant tie, scraps of timber, pip ...

AnitaH25
Established Contributor
3 replies

There are so many decorative light bulbs available to buy now that look so awesome when switched on but once the lampshade is added the effects are l ...

Itai
Established Contributor
25 replies

Hi All. We've just purchased a house and we'll be getting the keys in December.I'm fishing for tips, ideas and advice for a home reno. What mistakes h ...

RobPegley
Established Contributor

Introducing Milly! Our latest retro family caravan project. This beautiful vintage Millard van has been taken to the next level by an exhaustive res ...

Super66
Established Contributor
1 reply

I had the privilege of making this 1.2mX1.2m timber case,with led lighting and made a plaque from slate laser engraved words, for this beautiful ship ...

Conair400
New Contributor
5 replies

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 ...

petrolhead
Budding Contributor
12 replies

He’s a walk-through of what we have progressed to in the build of this man cave/sleepout/shed garage.

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