Four times per century, a special event happens in the French part of Switzerland: the winemaker celebration.
Is your lever for the shades broken? There is another way to fix it. No need to buy a new one: remove the broken part! 😉
With time (and loud music) your loudspeakers might get broken and sound like if they would be not resisting the (even low) volume. The foam-like flexible membrane between cone and box might have aged. Check the bass woofer for broken/loose … Read More »
… by adding a Peltier-fan: the temperature difference between the cooler upper part and the heated lower part connected to the stove produce current that makes the fan turn. https://www.amazon.co.uk/TOMERSUN-Blades-Powered-Burner-Fireplace/dp/B0756ZWNS3/ https://www.hornbach.ch/shop/Kaminofen-Ventilator-Eurom-waermebetrieben-schwarz/4615210/artikel.html
… is always better than throwing away!
Just enjoy it…. 🙂 Cream, dark chocolate and the liquid of chick peas Yummy and healthy 🙂
Yes, there are differences… You might need to test your cables… I used that usb measurement tool: https://www.droking.com/cs/2015/06/30/drok-new-version-micro-oled-usb-3-0-meter-voltage-current-charger-detector-a-must-have-tool-for-a-geek/
Sometimes, people make mistakes. Like bringing the rain collecting pipe into a drainage pipe 3m in the ground, in front of the cellar. Yes, increasing the chance for humidity trough the walls. Then the connections were not made correctly: and … Read More »
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Bad light in the shower… with recycling of old wood: Adding a plug to the right place in another room: before: after:
Sometimes one doesn’t need a bycycle… 😉 Do you have a Project to repair, fix, install or solve something ? We should talk 😉 😉
When nature calls…
Just to say “hello”…. for once not on cycle… Why not repair? Stay tuned… ;o)
A garden on the hill with nut trees… join two needed together: -Seasonal cutting down of the trees.. -setting up a natural fence to prevent soil heading down the valley… With a little guest…. 🙂
some houses have a ventilation with a heat exchanger to reduce loss when ventilating in winter. But there is no 100% hear exchange and the result is dependent of the temperature differences. The colder the outside temperature is, the less … Read More »
When a house has a ventilation, the questions are: 1) how effective is the heat exchanger? 2) how often should the ventilation work? There is no 100% effective heat exchanger… A ventilation should anyway not work all the time: noise… … Read More »