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location Audubon, PA
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I've been doing software development since college. I do woodworking as a hobby and will tackle just about any home improvement task when the need arises. I can only imagine how difficult is used to be to learn DIY stuff before the interweb.


Jun
29
answered Need LED lighting suggestions for a hobby spray booth
Jun
28
comment How do I run ethernet cable through a wall cavity?
@chris - Well, there's that...and the dust. My wife hates the dust.
Jun
28
awarded  Editor
Jun
28
revised How do I run ethernet cable through a wall cavity?
added 2 characters in body
Jun
28
answered How do I run ethernet cable through a wall cavity?
Jun
25
answered What are my options for framing a thicker than average piece of artwork?
Jun
25
comment Is there an easy way to measure the height of a tree?
I guess it was implied, but it wasn't specifically stated that your feet have to be on the same level (or close) of where the tree goes into the ground.
Jun
25
comment Running electric cables in basement shop
If this is for a basement shop, I personally wouldn't use GFCI to avoid nuisance tripping.
Jun
25
answered Used wood stain on a coffee table and it dried with spots?
Jun
25
awarded  Supporter
Jun
24
comment What latch would work best for a front/top opening chest?
Tried, but couldn't quickly find anything without a lock. You'd think someone would make one with a knob instead of a lock. You could try a window sash lock. A little bulky, but that might work.
Jun
20
awarded  Revival
Jun
16
answered What latch would work best for a front/top opening chest?
Jun
15
answered How can one test a sewage ejector pump?
Jun
15
awarded  Teacher
Jun
15
answered Charging Irrigation System, Can I Do This Myself?
May
4
comment What should I do with wires that are too large for back-stab terminals on a receptacles?
Just as an FYI, according to my NEC-2002 code book, you can put 15A receptacles on a 20A circuit.