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Yes, the most common solution is to sell your US appliances and buy new in India. The difficulties and expense of getting transformers etc and making it impossible for others to connect the wrong things is not worth the time or expense. But your money your choice, I’m basing this on the decisions others have made... And I do have a 230v to 110v transformer ...


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You could do it. You'd need a small portable tile saw and would have to very carefully cut the tiles exactly flush with the countertop. This would be very hard to do because you'd have to reach to the back of the countertop to do the cutting and would need perfect control of the saw to avoid scratching the countertop. If you were that skilled, because of ...


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While the picture sure makes it look bad, chances are the sink is ok. You won't know for sure until you get the faucet off, but once you do, just make sure the metal is still solid. It should be. If the rust doesn't clean up, and the basin has seen better days it might give you some joy to put a new sink basin in. Anywhoo.... Loosen the single inner small ...


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Bite the bullet and pop off that last column of tiles. It looks like its only 11 tiles. It'll take just a few hours and you'll be so much happier if you re-do it right. Any kind of band-aid will always look like a band-aid and you will never be happy with it.


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In the US the wiring just needs to be protected, normally by 1/2 inch plywood or Sheetrock. With that said the wiring is also required to be 1-1/4” back . If the wires are covered with conduit that would also work. ( not sure what you mean by tunnel). Added: With a closer look at the outlet you are not in the us so this may be ok your location would be ...


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I probably wouldn't worry about the mold. Even if it is mold once you put your new floor on top of it (depending on floor type) the mold is embedded and won't cause problems. Mold is almost everywhere in small quantities. I'd expect once your flooring goes down that this would be equivalent or a smaller issues than the mold that likely coats the inside of ...


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So I noticed on part 125 the latchboard the latch "ramps" appeared to have worn down a bit which might cause the switches to not all flip in the appropriate sequence. So I purchased and installed a replacement. When I installed the new latchboard (and new relays) I made sure the latchboard was firmly screwed to the frame. It's possible if the latchboard ...


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I just used a small flathead screwdriver and a hammer to cut the little plastic fins down on the inside and the plastic cone fell off. You can see the plastic fins when you look down the drain and turn the plastic cone.


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