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daniellemb1993
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Hi, Just wondering what to do when the cover plate of the tap can't go on because the spindle with the thread isn't long enough? (I may be using the w ...

taha
Newbie

New here in Melbourne ,travelled from overseas . Instantly fell in love with Bunnings Want to build a nice fish pond but no idea where to start. A ...

KG1
Newbie
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patel
New Contributor
4 replies

Under the floor my cold water pipe is leaking don’t know how to fix

Werkshop1
Newbie
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My hubby & son built our pergola. When it rains everything leaks, how do we fix this problem. Pergola is made of wood & attached to the house

lhk
New Contributor
3 replies

We have a Caroma plastic cistern for our toilet. We can hear water drip inside the cistern. We hope some can help to give advise 1. How do we open ...

bruce93
Budding Contributor
7 replies

Hi Guys. My Fiance and I moved into our house at the end of the march. Have done a few small things such as replace some basins, and tapware and carpe ...

Tiong
Budding Contributor
10 replies

Hello folks, Trying to replace an existing toilet seat and cover as the screw fittings are pitted and corroding. I am not sure how to remove the scr ...

LorraineB
New Contributor
4 replies

We need to replace a shower bath that is in a relocatable home , the shower bath is too hard for me to step into , and would like it changed to a wal ...

Cath_Home_Reno
New Contributor
7 replies

I have a Caroma Mini Uniset toilet cistern in my ensuite. It is about 20 years old and a bit tired looking. I was looking to replace it but have been ...

bm
New Contributor
4 replies

Hi, newbie here and newbie to diy I am planning to realign this pvc piping positions and so wondering if there is a way i can dismantle the existin ...

DexterOz
Budding Contributor
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I am DIY beginner, In my kitchen sink main drain from sink to joint has some leak,Leak is from top drain strainer is added i can notice some gap. Can ...

robyn1
Budding Browser
5 replies

Help. The instructions are missing. How do I reduce the height shaft to fit in the toilet. This is a very urgent problem. It looks like it needs to ...

hextor
Newbie
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Hi there, can anyone tell us where we can go to learn how to becoming certified in waterproofing bathrooms, interior wet areas apparently this is a tr ...

rmillard
New Contributor
7 replies

I would love to DIY my bathroom. I got a little crazy with the demolition and apparently followed very bad advice to remove the render. So, it needs ...

prvz27
Junior Contributor
9 replies

Hi guys!I was after a commercial kitchen tap hose like this one, this is the current one we have in our commercial kitchen:https://www.ebay.com.au/itm ...

ShelleyBean
Budding Contributor
7 replies

I don't have a dedicated space for a washing machine in my unit, so I would need to hook it up to the kitchen sink as and when I need it. I have been ...

thein
Budding Browser
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freddie
New Contributor
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I would like some tips,information on water proofing my laundry walls

emcav
Budding Browser
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Toilet has been leaking for a while (previous tenant didn't report the problem) and the skirting board is quite damaged. Need to know how to go about ...

netkrish80
New Contributor
5 replies

Hello Everyone, I live in a 3 bed room house which has a single toilet and single bathroom area. I would like to add extra toilet in the bathroom. ...

Nikkee
New Contributor
4 replies

Hi Everyone, Help please. There is a photo below so it is clear what I am describing in case I use the wrong terminology. When I flush my toilet (w ...

willb
New Contributor
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Hi, new poster here:I am mounting a sink on a small pedestal, apart from bolting the sink to the wall with 14mm plugs, the sink instructions specify t ...

aarons
Budding Browser
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I have a large Concrete Tank that is seeping water through some small Crracks near bottom of tank Wondering does any-one Know of a product I could pat ...

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