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Surface Mount Technology VS Through Hole Mounting
 
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This video is make for education purpose only Questions: 1. Compare the conventional through-hole mounting technology used for printed circuit assemblies versus the surface mount technology. You may answer from the financial i.e cost and technical aspects i.e BOM , processes etc 2. SMDs are constructed with different types of lead styles. Explain the different shapes and style and comment on what you understand on the lead pitch.
Views: 43 Fazlina Pauzi
Surface Mount Technology VS Through Hole Mounting
 
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Presentation based on questions in Assignment 2. Questions: 1. Compare the conventional through-hole mounting technology used for printed circuit assemblies versus the surface mount technology. You may answer from the financial i.e cost and technical aspects i.e BOM , processes etc 2. SMDs are constructed with different types of lead styles. Explain the different shapes and style and comment on what you understand on the lead pitch Floor Question 1. How cost can be reduce using SMD?
Views: 25 Ain Afifah
SparkFun Advanced PTH Soldering
 
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Meet the first of many, new soldering tutorials. This tutorial covers soldering in general, the tools involved, as well as basic to more advanced techniques of through-hole (PTH) soldering. In light of creating these new tutorials, we will also be creating a new series of soldering videos. Here we have the first video for PTH soldering techniques. Tags: HowTo Talent: Joel Bartlett
Views: 82364 SparkFun Electronics
Pin Headers - soldering, cutting, male, female, etc.
 
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Working with pin headers: how to solder headers, cutting headers, breakaway headers, both male and female headers are covered. This video was made possible in part by these Patreon supporters: Jonathan Rieke Printable Science Support RimstarOrg on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/user?u=680159 or make a one-time donation at http://rimstar.org/donate_support_rimstarorg.htm Subscribe so that you don't miss new videos as they come out http://www.youtube.com/user/rimstarorg?sub_confirmation=1 Go to the main channel page here https://youtube.com/rimstarorg Webpage about pin headers: http://rimstar.org/science_electronics_projects/pin_headers_soldering_cutting_male_female.htm See also: Making BB-8 (v2) - Adding HC-05 Bluetooth RC - Part 6 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGy-W-iSv4I&list=PLFsZmHTZL-zmztc_P7h2tqLxKJHu0vH1e Fun with Arduino that Talks with Speech Synthesizer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RFCJdBVkpE8&list=PLFsZmHTZL-zmfXxstlxuJgRE9bOGobEVu Follow behind-the-scenes on: Twitter https://twitter.com/#!/RimStarz Google+ https://plus.google.com/116395125136223897621 Facebook https://www.facebook.com/rimstarorg http://rimstar.org
Views: 46466 RimstarOrg
How to Install Concrete Wedge Anchors
 
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How to install concrete wedge anchors. http://www.confast.com/products/thunderstud-anchor.aspx
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How to Insert an Eyelet in Fabric
 
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Eyelets are a unique fastener, which allows you to lace up a project. See how easy it is to install them in fabric. WEBSITE: https://www.professorpincushion.com BLOG: https://www.professorpincushion.com/professorpincushion/eyelets/ APP: https://www.professorpincushion.com/app FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/ProfessorPincushion TWITTER: https://twitter.com/profpincushion INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/professorpincushion/
Views: 498641 Professor Pincushion
How to Measure & Install Concealed Hinges on Cabinet Doors
 
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This video tells you EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW about installing Concealed Hinges (European style) on cabinet doors. Take a deep breath everyone, it's a bit of a long video, but I wanted to make it as comprehensive a run through as possible of what is quite a tricky process that home owners typically don't take on. There is quite a lot to take on board, but once you've watched this hopefully you'll realise that installing concealed hinges is actually really straight forward. To access the Blum pdf featured in the video go to https://www.blum.com/us/en/products/hingesystems/clip-top-blumotion/downloads-videos/. Scroll down and click on "Brochure" and then download and save it to your computer or smart phone. In Today's Toolkit: - Blum Clip On 95 degree thick door cabinet hinges with integrated soft close https://goo.gl/q7Gv8j £9.20/ $12.04* - Blum mounting plate. 0mm spacing. zinc die cast https://goo.gl/SlcuUy £2.70/ $3.34* - Ryobi Electric Drill - Ryobi Electric Screwdriver/ manual screwsdriver - Hinge Boring Bit 35mm https://goo.gl/fQCA3W £13.08/ $16.20* - 12" Combination square https://goo.gl/Miu86z £4.99/ $6.18* - Bradawl https://goo.gl/pTRqcC £1.99/ $2.46* *typical prices taken off the internet 9/04/2017 SUBSCRIBE - you can subscribe to my Channel here: http://www.youtube.com/c/CharlieDIYite LET'S CONNECT! Charlie DIYte -- http://www.facebook.com/charliediyte -- http://plus.google.com/115037167456169721620 -- http://charliediyite.co.uk/ -- http://www.instagram.com/charliediyte/ -- http://twitter.com/CharlieDIYite
Views: 822513 Charlie DIYte
How to Patch a Doorknob Hole With a Dutchman - This Old House
 
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This Old House general contractor Tom Silva installs an undetectable wood patch in an old door. (See below for a shopping list and tools.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse How to Repair a Split Door Jamb: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1j_Vzyohzg&index=84&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV How to Install a Storm Door: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HvD4t_dLF1Y&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV&index=47 How to Install a Fiberglass Entry Door: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TYq-NT0PRuQ&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV&index=92 Shopping List: - 3/4-inch medium-density fiberboard (MDF), used to make routing template - 1/2-inch pine board, for making Dutchman patch - carpenter's glue Tools List for Patching a Doorknob Hole With a Dutchman - screwdriver - try square - clamps - plunge router fitted with upward-spiral bit and guide bushing, used to rout recess in door for new wood patch - hammer and 3/4-inch wood chisel, for squaring up routed corners - miter saw - hand plane, for planing the Dutchman patch - random-orbit sander Follow This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
Views: 1917645 This Old House
How to Bore for a New Door Knob
 
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Watch the full episode: https://www.thisoldhouse.com/watch/ask-toh-passage-set-landscape Ask This Old House general contractor Tom Silva helps a homeowner install a new passage set door knob on his closet door Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Time: 1 hour Cost: $90 Skill Level: Easy Tools List for Boring for a New Door Knob: Drill/Driver 2 1/8” Hole Saw 1” Hole Saw Hole Saw Jig Screwdriver Chisel Pencil Shopping List: Passage Set Steps: 1. Place the hole saw jig on the door. Position it three feet off the ground. Set the backset measurement to either 2 3/8” or 2 ¾”, depending on the style of the door and personal preference. 2. Use a drill/driver with the 2 1/8” hole saw to bore a hole through the door. Once the center bit is through the door, stop. Bring the hole saw the other side of the door and finish the bore. 3. Use the 1” hole saw to bore a hole through the edge of the door to create an area for the latch. 4. To make room for the latch plate, place the latch plate on the edge of the door and draw an outline. Use a chisel to remove the wood inside the outline. Seat the latch plate into the edge to make sure it fits properly. 5. With the latch plate seated, install it using screws and a screwdriver. 6. Install the door knobs to the front and the back of the door. Line up both pieces and attach them through the latch. Use screws and a screwdriver to fix them in place. 7. If necessary, mortise out the jamb for the striker plate. Outline the plate and line it up with the striker. Use a chisel to mortise the outline. 8. Use screws and a screwdriver to attach the striker plate. Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse https://twitter.com/asktoh Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
Views: 271830 This Old House
How to Hang a Kitchen Wall Cabinet
 
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Watch the full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0mBLv_Y5Ts This Old House general contractor Tom Silva helps a homeowner purchase and install a kitchen wall cabinet. (See below for a shopping list, tools, and steps.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Shopping List for Hanging a Kitchen Wall Cabinet: - Kitchen wall cabinet - 3-inch cabinet screws, used to fasten the cabinet to the wall Tools List for Hanging a Kitchen Wall Cabinet: - 4-foot level, used to check for plumb and level alignment - Stud finder - Drill/driver - Tape measure - Combination bit, used to bore pilot holes - Cabinet jack, used to support the cabinet Steps for Hanging a Kitchen Wall Cabinet: 1. Use a 4-foot level to see if the wall is plumb. 2. Mark the locations of the wall studs, then drill a small hole at each mark to confirm the stud locations. 3. Measure from a corner of the wall to the center of each stud, then transfer those dimensions to the back of the cabinet. Be sure to take into account the overhanging face frame. 4. Drill a pilot hole through the back of the cabinet at each stud location. 5. Reach inside the cabinet and hand-thread one 3-inch cabinet screw into each pilot hole. 6. Stand a cabinet jack in place below the cabinet location, then adjust the jack to the proper height. 7. Set the cabinet on top of the jack and press it tight to the wall. 8. Check the cabinet for level, then use a the drill to drive the screws through the upper back of the cabinet and into the wall studs. 9. Drill pilot holes and screw through the bottom of the cabinet, too. 10. Set a glass panel into each door and secure it with screw-on plastic clips. Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse https://twitter.com/asktoh Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
Views: 644651 This Old House
How to Build a Fake Wall for Mounting a Flat Screen-D.I.Y.-WIRED
 
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Want to mount your flat-screen on the wall without sacrificing your security deposit? With some elbow grease, basic construction materials, and a weekend of playing with power tools, you can build a fake wall that the landlord will never even know was there. Still haven’t subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? ►► http://wrd.cm/15fP7B7 CONNECT WITH WIRED Web: http://wired.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/WIRED Facebook: https://facebook.com/WIRED Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/wired Google+: https://plus.google.com/+WIRED Instagram: http://instagram.com/WIRED Tumblr: http://WIRED.tumblr.com Want even more? Subscribe to The Scene: http://bit.ly/subthescene How to Build a Fake Wall for Mounting a Flat Screen-D.I.Y.-WIRED Starring: Joe Brown
Views: 488981 WIRED
Scope Mounting Basics - Gunsmith Tip
 
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Mounting a new scope on your rifle is not difficult but does require the correct tools, the right procedure and a few tricks of the trade. Master gunsmith Mitch Schultz leads you through a step-by-step guide to ensure that your scope is securely installed and properly aligned to the bore of your rifle. (NSSF Video) #LetsGoShooting #NSSF
Relocating a Tune-O-Matic bridge
 
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http://www.stewmac.com/ This bridge is in the wrong spot, so the guitar can’t play in tune. Rather than drill new holes in a vintage guitar body, Dan Erlewine comes up with a clever solution. For more information on tools and parts: Tune-o-Medic Bridge Jack http://www.stewmac.com/4557.html Tune-o-Medic Post Tool http://www.stewmac.com/4559.html ABR-1 Tune-o-matic Bridge http://www.stewmac.com/4566-n.html Posts/Thumbwheels for ABR-1 Tune-o-matic Bridges http://www.stewmac.com/4570-n.html Preservation Polish http://www.stewmac.com/3006.html String Action Gauge http://www.stewmac.com/0670.html
Views: 272839 stewartmacdonald
One man Microwave Oven installation
 
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You can get new mounting hardware on amazon → http://amzn.to/2iMurse It's always better to have a helping hand with this job, but you can do it yourself.
Views: 942412 AdamDIY
3 EASY WAYS TO HIDE WIRES CABLES IN WALL & FIND STUDS
 
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3 SUPER EASY WAYS How to hide wires in wall and find studs without studfinder or fish tape / rods, fishing wires from attic pass fireblock, through insulation down to floor, installer tools needed - magnepull, magnespot, Qbit saw found here- http://amzn.to/2up9cVL (this link supports my channel) video timeline guide below 1:24 "how to find studs in wall" 2:12 "how to locate cables in wall" 3:20 "how to drop wires in wall" 3:55 "how to fish wires through insulation" 6:55 "how to get drill bit that dropped in wall" 8:10 "how to locate fireblock in wall" 8:49 "how to run wires pass fireblock in wall" 11:14 "how to fix a hole in wall" 11:50 "how to cut box hole in wall" Learn more about Tech, Subscribe here- https://www.youtube.com/tampatec * Follow Tampatec on Instagram for tech videos and tech giveaways -https://www.instagram.com/tampatec/ *Follow on G+ http://bit.ly/2ormuvN * I offer free tech support for my subs and followers *Some of these products I buy myself and some I receive for free to produce a Howto guide or / and review for companies but I DON'T get $ for product reviews. *My TV repair tools I use in my videos found here- http://amzn.to/2cs67fD these links support my tech channel Hi, I'm Paul an electronics tech from NYC area but live in Tampa bay area currently aka Tampatec, I post weekly usually on the weekends. My Howto tech channel is aimed for the novice tech or anyone that wants an easy to follow tech guide or wants to easily learn how to setup, use or fix their electronics. whether it's LED LCD TV, tablets, phone repair, home automation setup, Google Home, Chromecast guide, Echo dot tutorials, just to name a few. I'm here to help for free, just subscribe. * When working on electronics act at your own risk, follow your electronics safety manual and / or NEC safety codes, unplug power and properly discharge capacitors in circuit safely. I believe in this famous quote- give a person a fish they eat for a day but teach that person to fish and they will eat for a life time. Thanks for watching and your support!
Views: 2162539 Tampatec
How to use wall plugs. Wall plug tips and drilling tips.
 
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In this video I show how to use wall plugs and how to select the right size wall plug, screw and drill bit. I provide a wall plug colour chart for quick identification. I show how to drill a hole in masonry (brick, concrete, stone) with top drilling tips to avoid getting brick dust over a clean room. For more DIY tutorials please click on the following links: How to build a shelving unit - https://youtu.be/BfZthn-odQk How to fit a ceiling light. Lighting circuits explained. Replace and install a light fitting. - https://youtu.be/iQAs5zq-32c How to fit a curtain pole - https://youtu.be/LXXSQ4o_a1c How to use a roof ladder - https://youtu.be/3a-dhmuCreM How to bleed a radiator - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imaHTAt3sE0&feature=youtu.be How to fit a shower tray with shower tray riser - https://youtu.be/y2DI998gxdg How to use push fit pipe - https://youtu.be/ab0bapj_f7M How to cut copper pipe with rothenberger pipe slice - https://youtu.be/P8BtMsBVDl4 How to tile a bathroom/shower wall - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gk1yWnjL0YY For more DIY, HOW TO, HOUSEHOLD TIPS and PRODUCT REVIEW please subscribe to POUSE around the HOUSE. Thanks for watching!
Views: 224606 POUSE around the HOUSE
SMD PRESENTATION : THM VS SMT
 
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SMD Presentation based on 2 questions: 1. Compare the conventional through-hole mounting technology used for printed circuit assemblies versus the surface mount technology. You may answer from the financial i.e cost and technical aspects i.e BOM , processes etc 2. SMDs are constructed with different types of lead styles. Explain the different shapes and style and comment on what you understand on the lead pitch.
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How to Install Drywall Anchors.  My Favourite Anchor!
 
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#drywallanchors #drywall #diyforknuckleheads http://diyforknuckleheads.com Wall Anchors. Drywall Wall Anchors. Plasterboard Wall Anchors. I discovered these plasterboard (drywall) anchors / plugs a few years ago and think they are fantastic. They are ridiculously easy to use and are extremely effective in attaching fixtures to walls. One of the main things to be aware of (as with all things that have fixtures hanging from them) is the recommended maximum weight loading of each size of anchor. What ever the packet says, adhere to it. The biggest of Wall Mate wall anchor holds up to 10 kilos. The smallest holds up to 5 kilos. The wall anchors can be installed with either a power drill or a hand held Phillips head screwdriver. The wall anchors are self-drilling so a pilot hole is not required. Before l go on... DIY For Knuckleheads Website: https://diyforknuckleheads.com ------------- SUBSCRIBE to DIY For Knuckleheads and never miss a video again! http://www.youtube.com/user/shaneconlan1 ------------- Tools l Use: https://diyforknuckleheads.com/tools-resources/ ------------- Mailing Address: DIY For Knuckleheads P.O. Box 152 Sawtell, NSW, 2452 Australia. ------------- Check out the Latest Swag from our New DIY For Knuckleheads Clothing and Accessorie Store! https://shop.spreadshirt.com.au/DIYForKnuckleheads/ ------------ Check us out on Facebook; https://www.facebook.com/DiyForKnuckleheads/ ------------ I've used the wall anchors for clocks, shelving, light fixtures, curtain rods, towel rails, toilet roll holders, smoke detectors, artwork etc. Do yourself a favor, pick some of these wall anchors up from your local hardware store and use one on your next project. **Please Note*** This video does not include anchors for masonry walls. If you'd like to try out these Amazing Wall Anchors l have a link below: Drywall Anchor Pack: http://amzn.to/2rLf9uQ (Affiliation http://www.youtube.com/my_videos_edit?ns=1&video_id=fdCTaDr6J-o Please Note: All Videos produced by shaneconlan1's YouTube Channel are provided for informational purposes only. All the content provided is for general guidance only. Because tools, products, materials, equipment, techniques, building codes and local regulations are constantly changing, shaneconlan1 cannot, and does not assume any responsibility or liability for the accuracy of the information contained therein. Further, shaneconlan1 (Shane Conlan) will not accept any claim for liability related to, but not limited to, omissions, errors, injury, damage or the outcome of any project. It is the responsibility of the viewer to ensure compliance with all applicable laws, rules, codes and regulations for a project. The viewer must always take proper safety precautions and exercise caution when taking on any project. If there are any questions or doubt in regards to the element of a project, please consult with a licensed professional.
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How to Move an Electrical outlet behind the TV - Mounting a TV to the Wall Part 2
 
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http://youdoav.com/ So let’s face it. Mounting the TV to the wall is not really that difficult. But this project is a little bit different and a little bit more complex. We are going to be moving the electrical outlet to the back of the television and the existing electrical outlet is for studs to the right of where we need the new electrical outlet to go. So now things got a little bit more tricky. But not for Alan at You Do AV. Along with being a reality TV show star on the hit show “wipeout” Allen is a professional at home theater installation. For maximum results in viewing this video please you in high definition and in full-screen. Any electrical outlets that you will be touching you will need to make sure that they are turned off before doing any work on this project. Safety is your responsibility. 0.38 on plug and switch off outlets at the breaker 1.21 Tools needed - electrical outlet tester. (This will make sure that the electricity is turned off) Warning - do not do this hot (if you’re not sure what Allen means when he says hot he is referring to turning off the electricity at the breaker - it doesn’t feel hot it’s more of the steamy tingling feeling if you get shocked) 1:37 Take off the outlet. 4:10 Confirm where the studs are with a tweeter screwdriver. 4:30 Cut the wires out. 5:00 Tip - do not use the electrical outlets where you stab the wiring into the back - that is the cheap contractor way of doing the project. Don’t be achieved scumbag contractor. 5:23 Untangle the wiring and pop out the box. (This is if you have a box) Tool needed standard flathead screwdriver 5.47 Tip - in order to not damage the wall DO NOT pry toward the wall pry it AWAY for the stud. Tools needed – Dykes 6:52 You do not need to get the box out of the wall – you can leave the box in the wall. Do Not Cut the Wires. 8:14 You can take the easy way out here by just running the wire straight up the wall. 8:54 Drill a hole through the stud. Tip do not go smaller than ½ inch on the drill bit. An extending can also be helpful. 10:44 Drill the other hole Tip be careful not to drill through the other side of the wall (Go toward the back of the Stud) 11:21 Fishing tools. Tools needed “ball chain” and a magnet. Email us at [email protected] 14:20 Tools needed – Stud finder 14:54 Boom-Shaka-Laka  16:13 with an extension on your drill - drill through the next two studs. 17:09 Run wire and get ball chain out. Tip – Do Not use ball chain to pull heavy wire – you will snap the ball chain. (Trust me I know) Tools needed – Electrical Tape. 18:55 Follow the Sequence Tools needed – Outlet Templet 20:00 Place templet up against the stud. Tool needed – Drywall Saw – vacuum Tip – Do not use a power Saw 21:30 Drill Down and toward the center. 22:00 Full explanation on what needs to be accomplished to move the electrical outlet – 23:29 There is no Luck - only Skill - use of proper training and diet - if you want to his diet. 24:58 Bing - do you want to know what victory looks like victory looks like a ball chain sticking out of a hole. 25:27 Tape the wire to the ball chain. 25:52 You know what that smells like - it smells like money 26:49 Words of wisdom you can live by from Alan - every installation is going to be different you need to adjust on the fly and make it up as you go along nothing is ever going to fit together perfectly
Views: 602609 Alan Clegg
How to Mount a Bench Vise
 
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You can find the small vice and tools here! https://www.amazon.com/shop/projectking Hang out in the barn and learn how to properly mount your bench top vise. I mount the vise on a Husky workbench tool box but same instructions apply to any work bench. Also I show you the Yost 445 vise and compare it to the big Yost 880 Made in USA vice! Please note the vise fixed jaw should be on edge of table if you want to clamp long work pieces vertically. Due to structure of both of my benches shown in video I mounted the vises further back on the tops. Please like, subscribe and comment! Disclaimer: Videos created for entertainment purposes only.
Views: 5823 ProjectKing
Installing a vent a hood or microwave
 
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part one getting the microwave or vent a hood ready to installvent
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5 Common Mistakes to Avoid When Installing Metal Roofing
 
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Go to http://www.RoofingIntelligence.com to watch the complete 14 video series on installing metal roofing.
Views: 3160620 RoofingIntelligence.com
Front Mount Trailer Hitch Installation - 2017 Jeep Wrangler - Draw-Tite - etrailer.com
 
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Click for more info and reviews of this Draw-Tite Front Hitch: https://www.etrailer.com/Front-Hitch/Draw-Tite/65069.html Check out some similar Front Hitch options: https://www.etrailer.com/fitguidefmr.htm Search for other popular Jeep Wrangler parts and accessories: https://www.etrailer.com/vehicle/2017/Jeep/Wrangler https://www.etrailer.com Don’t forget to subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/user/etrailertv Full transcript: https://www.etrailer.com/tv-install-draw-tite-front-hitch-2017-jeep-wrangler-65069.aspx Today on our 2017 Jeep Wrangler, we'll be having a look at and installing the Draw-Tite Front Mount Trailer Hitch Receiver. Part Number 65069. All right. Here's what our hitch looks like installed. As you can see, it tucks up nicely underneath our front bumper here and doesn't really stick out much past where a license plate would sit. It is recessed behind the push part here of our bumper by our fog lights. With the recess past this point here, we don't have to worry about adding an excessive amount of length to our vehicle, which can make it difficult to park in close quarter situations. Now, this hitch has a 500 pound vertical load limit, which is the amount forcing it down and it has a nine thousand pound max winch line pull. The gross trailer weight rating is five thousand pounds. Now, we have two holes here on the side of the hitch. The one closest to the vehicle. That is your standard five-eighth of an inch diameter hitch pin hole to secure whatever hitch mounted accessory you may have, such as a winch plate, a snowplow, or a spare tire carrier. The smaller hole here is a J Pin stabilization device hole to save some of that annoying shake, play, and rattle out of what's inserted inside your receiver. What I really like about this front mount hitch compared to others is the amount of clearance that we have around it. It makes it easier for us to hook up to whatever accessory we have. Now for a few measurements to better assist you in choosing any hitch mounted accessory you may need. You're looking at about 18-1/2 inches from the ground to the top of the two inch receiver opening and about five inches from the center of the hitch pin hole to the front most part of the bumper. Now that we've gone over some features of our front mount hitch, we'll show you how to get it installed. All right, the first thing we're going to do to begin our installation is remove our lower air deflector right here. It's held in place with six push pin fasteners. There's four on the front. Now, we have two more on the back side, one in each corner. One here and then one here. Let's start by popping these out first. You can use a flathead screwdriver or a trim panel tool. We'll do the rest the same way in the front. Okay, now we'll take our large spacer block here and we'll insert it inside our bumper right below each fog light to make the hole smaller for our bolt to pass through and give it strength. Now, I'll raise the hitch up in position and we'll have a second set of hands to hold it in place while we start our hardware. Okay, we'll take our bolt now. These are the two longer bolts that we have. A conical toothed washer with the teeth facing up towards the hitch, we'll run it through the hole and the spacer block that's in place and we'll thread on one of our nuts on the back side. Okay, now we'll do our top bolt on the side. For that, we'll use a conical toothed washer and one of our shorter bolts and a handle nut. We'll stick the handle nut through this opening here in the side. All right, we have it in position. Now we'll thread our bolt onto the handle nut. Now we'll do bottom bolt pole. For that, we'll use another one of our short bolts and our lock washer and a handle nut. We'll repeat the same process on the other side. Okay, now we'll snug down all of our hardware. Now we'll use a wrench to hold the nut in place on the bottom bolt and we'll snug it down. Okay, now we'll torque all of our hardware to the amount specified in the instructions. We'll make sure we do our side ones too. These get less torque than the lower ones, so make sure you pay attention to that. It might be easier to use an extension with a universal on these. Okay, now we can just take our handle nut, the part that's left over, and a pair of pliers. We'll just wiggle it back and forth until it snaps off. We can push it back up inside the frame. We'll do that for all four. Okay, now this part is optional, but our customer requested this, so we're going to do it. You can reinstall your lower air valance here or lower air deflector. You have to trim it in order to do it. We'll make a couple marks here about how wide we need to go. We'll just connect the lines all the way up. We'll cut this section out and reinstall this piece. Okay, we'll use a rotary tool here to make our cut. If you don't have a rotary tool, you can use a sharp utility knife or something along that nature to do this. All right, we went ahead
Views: 1625 etrailer.com
How to Install a Wall Mount Range Hood - PLJW 129
 
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http://www.prolinerangehoods.com/ How to easily install a wall-mount range hood. These instructions are for the PLJW 129 made by ProLine Range Hoods but would be helpful for many other models.
Views: 989869 Proline Range Hoods
BEST OF F A S T Wingsuit and Base Jumping / Brazil #GOPRO
 
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Best of F.A.S.T. is a session of wingsuit flying and base jumping from Brazil 100% GOPRO - 100% BRAZIL  Follow the athletes : Rodrigo Almeida "Criket"- https://www.facebook.com/rodrigocricket Fernando Brito - https://www.facebook.com/basesherpa.fortuna Gabriel Lott - https://www.facebook.com/gabriel.lott.7 Fernando Brito, Gabriel Lott and Rodrigo Almeida with friends Alexander Polli, Carlos Briceno, Caco Cruger, Gustavo Areias e Yuri Cordeiro Music by: Professor Kliq - Nations https://www.facebook.com/professorkliq?fref=ts Edited by: Bruno Graciano https://www.facebook.com/bmoraes1
Views: 8794253 Bruno Graciano
How to Install a Microwave Hood with Exhaust Fan - This Old House
 
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This Old House general contractor Tom Silva shows how to install a wall-mounted microwave oven with ducted fan hood. (See below for a shopping list and tools.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ykw94wgadP0&index=1&list=PLkJADc1qDrr-ZmCu0t_YNmTXHVt80JDyE How to Install a Range Vent Hood: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9egwOazPJis&index=11&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV How to Vent a Bath Fan Through the Roof: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PqrZWd_CQIE&index=187&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV How to Hook Up Washing Machine Plumbing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejEkBEtEFgk&index=5&list=PLkJADc1qDrr_0NxtmzECiOWkr5de82kXV Shopping List for How to Install a Microwave Hood with Exhaust Fan: - microwave oven with fan hood - 2x4s, for reframing wall opening - 1/2-inch plywood, for covering hole in wall - fiberglass insulation, used to fill voids in new framing - expanding foam insulation, for sealing perimeter of hole prior to installing the microwave - silicone sealant, used to form watertight seal around exterior vent hood Tools for How to Install a Microwave Hood with Exhaust Fan: - oscillating multi-tool, used to cut holes in wall - reciprocating saw, used to cut through siding - drill/driver, for driving screws - circular saw and hammer, for cutting and installing new wood framing - right-angle grinder, used to cut through siding - caulking gun, used to apply silicone sealant Follow This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
Views: 584587 This Old House
Simplest Way to Drill in the Center of ANY Rod!
 
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Don't Forget To - LIKE | SUBSCRIBE | SHARE In this tutorial, I'm showing you the simplest way to drill perfectly centered hole in any small rod with simple tools (no lathe required). Support my videos!: https://www.patreon.com/johnnyq90 Subscribe to my channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/johnnyq90 Follow me on Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/104633881118655653159/104633881118655653159/posts Follow me on Twitter! https://twitter.com/JohnnyQ90 Song: Pure Gold 1 by Niklas Ahlström - [Electro Music] Music by http://www.epidemicsound.com/ I was inspired by this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUTWtHOVyPI
Views: 3515668 JohnnyQ90
How to Install a Cable Deck Railing
 
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Watch the full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84KTAvP4fPU&index=6&list=PLkJADc1qDrr-U3jevgVkJt9YXYy_ZfHau This Old House general contractor Tom Silva installs a cable railing on a deck in Greenwich Village, New York. (See below for a shopping list, tools, and steps.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Shopping List for How to Install a Cable Deck Railing: - Cable deck-railing kit (includes all necessary steel cable and connectors) - 4-inch-wide by 3/4-inch-thick plywood strip, used as a hole-drilling template - Sleeve anchors, for securing cable end to brick wall - Liquid thread lock, used to seal and secure threaded fittings Tools List for How to Install a Cable Deck Railing: - Cordless drill - 1/4-inch-diameter carbide-tipped masonry drill bit, used to bore holes in brick wall - Three 1/4-inch-diameter twist drill bits, one for drilling the template, two for holding the template in place - Two one-handed bar clamps, used to hold the template to the railing posts - Hammer - Cable cutters, used to cut the steel railing cable - Adjustable wrench, for tightening the anchors - Nut driver, used to tighten the machine screws Steps for How to Install a Cable Deck Railing: 1. Make a hole-drilling template by drilling 1/4-inch-diameter holes spaced 3 inches apart through a 4-inch-wide by 3/4-inch-thick strip of plywood. 2. Hold the template against the brick wall, directly under the deck's handrail. 3. Use a 1/4-inch-diameter carbide-tipped masonry bit to bore through the top hole in the template and into the brick house wall.4. Push a spare 1/4-inch-diameter drill bit into the hole to hold the template in place. 5. Next, drill a 1/4-inch-diameter hole through the template's bottom hole, and then insert another drill bit. 6. Drill the remaining holes through the template and into the brick wall. 7. Clamp the template to a deck-railing post and drill 1/4-inch-diameter holes through the post. Repeat to drill holes in the remaining railing posts. 8. Use a hammer to tap a wedge-type sleeve anchor into each hole in the brick wall. 9. Place a washer and nut onto the threaded end of each sleeve anchor, then tighten the nuts with a wrench. 10. Hand-tighten a cable-end connector onto the threaded end of each sleeve anchor. 11. On the far railing post at the end of the deck, insert a machine screw through each 1/4-inch-diameter hole. 12. Apply a little liquid thread lock to the end of each bolt, then thread on a cable-end connector. 13. Once the connector bottoms out, back it out four turns. Repeat for the remaining cable-end connectors. 14. Push the end of the cable into one of the connectors at the brick wall. The connector will automatically lock onto the cable. 15. Pass the opposite end of the cable through the holes in the intermediate railing posts. 16. At the end post, use cable cutters to cut the cable to the proper length. 17. Press the end of the cable into the connector on the end post. Repeat to install the remaining cables along the railing. 18. Use a nut driver to tighten the machine screws to tension the cables. Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse https://twitter.com/asktoh Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
Views: 417747 This Old House
Wall Mount Range Hood Installation
 
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http://www.xtremeairusa.com/ This video will show you how to install a XtremeAir wall mount range hood. This simple installation technique can be applied for other wall mount range hood as well. To serve you better, please feel free to give us your comment and subscribe our channel. Thank you for watching XtremeAir Tech Team
Views: 884399 XtremeAirUsa
Easy Way to Fish Wires in Wall & locate Studs
 
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DiY How to Fish wires in wall locate studs & avoid fire breaks aka FireBreak meaning "fire block" use fishrod, fishtape for running wiring and cables behind in walls, Magnepull is strongest magnet tool, use fish tape fish glow rods or magnepull Pull its better than stud finder and Best Easy Way "how to find studs" or "how to hide wires" or "hide cables" "in wall" i use magnetic studfinder stud-finder aka magnetic "stud finder" Magnepull XP is top best Tool. see link for more info- http://bit.ly/WHzf6C *MAGNAPULL TOOL-http://amzn.to/2dZx2Qu
Views: 2900163 Tampatec
Fireplace Damper Repairs   Pt 6   Drilling The Mounting Holes   By Old Sneelock's Workshop
 
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Drilling the mounting holes for the actuator rod and actuator arm attachment bracket took just a few minutes. The Silver Drill Press and DeWalt hand drill made short work of the initial holes. A couple cuts with a keyhole saw and cleanup with square and rat tail files finished the work. Follow Old Sneelock on Face Book for behind the scenes photos, video, and back stories. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Old-Sneelocks-Workshop/252222441610151 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "BREAKING NEWS ~ Old Sneelock For President " https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJaYIjc82I8 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
How to Repair a Shower Valve in a Tile Wall - This Old House
 
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This Old House plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey and tile expert Joe Ferrante team up to repair a leaky shower valve installation. (See below for a shopping list and tools.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse How to Set Tile: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9Vtv7ZgBCE How to Replace a Shower Pan: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6gchJ1prCFM How to Install a Glass Tile Backsplash: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m6SRWCWI1TE Shopping List for How to Repair a Shower Valve in a Tile Wall: - 2½-inch drywall screws - wall tile - thin-set mortar and grout - plumber's putty Tools for How to Repair a Shower Valve in a Tile Wall: - utility knife - carbide-tipped scoring knife - hammer and ½-inch-wide cold chisel - thin pry bar - handsaw - drill/driver fitted with carbide-grit hole saw - tile nippers - margin trowel and bucket - notched trowel - rubber float - grout sponge Follow This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
Views: 384345 This Old House
How To Install The Ultra Slim TV Mount For TV's Between 26" To 55" #17-515-001
 
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https://www.showmecables.com/fixed-ultra-slim-tv-wall-mount-bracket-26-55 Hello and welcome to Show Me Cables. Today we’re going to show you how to install a TV mount. This is the Fixed Ultra Slim TV wall mount bracket. It is designed for TV’s between 26 and 55 inches and can support up to 99 pounds. Included with the bracket is all the hardware you will need to complete installation. As a quick overview on the hardware, the bracket includes various styles of mounting screws for different size TV thread patterns. Washers. Mounting Bolts. Plastic Spacers for TV’s with shallow screw holes. Concrete Anchors, if mounting into concrete or brick walls. And a small clip on bubble level. The tools needed for this installation are: A pencil, a ratchet with a 10mm socket, a Philips head screwdriver, a drill with a ¼” drill bit, and a socket adapter if available, in which case you can use the drill instead of the ratchet. And a stud finder. Before getting started, we need to check the VESA pattern of the TV The VESA pattern is the distance between the screw holes on the back of your TV, which is measured in millimeters. The measurements for our TV today is 400 millimeters tall and 400 millimeters wide. This means that the TV has a VESA pattern of 400 by 400. Please make sure that your TV does not exceed the maximum VESA pattern supported by the bracket. Typically, you can find out the TV’s VESA pattern by checking the owner’s manual, but if that’s not the case or if that’s not an option for you, you can always break out the measuring tape and measure it yourself. Start by attaching the arms onto the back of the TV and lining up the screwholes. Insert a mounting screw into a washer and plastic spacer. Then hand tighten onto the arms. Finish tightening using the screwdriver. Repeat these steps for the other mounting arm. Using a stud finder, locate and mark the stud you want to mount the bracket onto. Then locate and mark the next nearest stud. Drill the first pilot hole. Insert a washer onto a mounting bolt and hand tighten through the bracket. Finish tightening using the ratchet or drill. Using the level, mark your stud for a second pilot hole. Drill a second pilot hole. Insert another washer onto a mounting bolt and begin hand tightening. Finish tightening using the drill. Repeat these steps for the remaining 2 mounting points. Now we are ready to mount the TV onto the bracket. Make sure the arms on the TV are able to catch onto the bracket. Then, using your screwdriver, tighten the locking screws from underneath the TV. When complete, the Low profile mount should sit at only ¾” from the wall. Congratulations, you have successfully installed the Fixed Ultra Slim TV Wall Mount Bracket. If you still have any questions, you can call our customer service department at 888-519-9505. For all of your home theater needs, choose Show Me Cables Connect with Us Online: https://twitter.com/showmecables https://www.facebook.com/showmecables https://www.showmecables.com/blog
Views: 89979 ShowMeCables
How to Install Interior Window Trim
 
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Watch the full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVtxzc37MV8 This Old House general contractor Tom Silva installs interior window trim using hand tools. (See below for a shopping list, tools, and steps.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Shopping List for Installing Interior Window Trim: - 1x4 primed pine, used to make window trim - 120-grit sandpaper, for smoothing the window stool - 2-inch (6d) and 2 1/2-inch (8d) finishing nails - Carpenter's glue - Damp cloth, used to wipe away excess glue and sanding dust - Wood putty, for filling nail holes - Interior-grade paint Tools List for Installing Interior Window Trim: - Layout square, used to mark square cutlines - Handsaw, for cutting the wood trim - Block plane, for rounding over and smoothing the window stool - Hammer - Scriber, used to mark the stool notches - Nailset, for setting nailheads - Putty knife, used to apply wood putty - Sash brush, for painting the trim   [BOLD "Steps for Installing Interior Window Trim: 1. Mark the location of each side casing on the wall.[BR] 2. Measure and crosscut the window stool to length from 1x4 primed pine.[BR] 3. Rip the window stool to width using a handsaw.[BR] 4. Use a pencil scriber to mark a notch on each end of the stool.[BR] 5. Saw the notches from the stool so it fits snugly around the window stops.[BR] 6. Round over the sharp edges and ends of the window stool using the block plane and 120-grit sandpaper.[BR] 7. Fasten the stool to the window with 2[FRACTION 12]-inch finishing nails.[BR] 8. Tap the nailheads below the surface using a hammer and nailset.[BR] 9. Saw the side casings to length, then glue and nail them in place with 2-inch and 2[FRACTION 12]-inch finishing nails.[BR] 10. Nail up through the underside of the window stool and into the bottom end of the side casings.[BR] 11. Mark and crosscut the head casing to length.[BR] 12. Glue and nail the head casing across the top of the window.[BR] 13. Mark and cut the apron to length.[BR] 14. Apply glue along the top edge of the apron, then nail it to the wall directly below the window stool.[BR] 15. Wipe away any excess glue with a damp cloth.[BR] 16. Fill all nail holes with wood putty. Once the putty dries, sand the surface smooth.[BR] 17. Wipe away sanding dust with a damp cloth, then paint the trim. Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse https://twitter.com/asktoh Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
Views: 492185 This Old House
How to Install a Rain Gutter
 
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Watch the full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVCfwHxIblA This Old House general contractor Tom Silva helps a homeowner install a rain gutter, downspout, and rain barrel. (See below for a shopping list, tools, and steps.) Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Shopping List for Installing a Rain Gutter: - Aluminum gutter - Aluminum downspout - Aluminum elbows, end caps, mounting straps, and downspout outlet - Gutter hanging brackets, for securing the gutter to the house - Sheet metal screws, used to fasten together the gutter and downspout parts - Gutter sealant, for creating waterproof connections between gutter parts - Two 2-inch-thick concrete pavers, used to create a solid base for the rain barrel - Rain barrel and diverter, used to collect rainwater Tools List for Installing a Rain Gutter: - Chalk line - Tape measure - Drill/driver - Level - Caulk gun - Crimping tool - Hacksaw and tin snips - Hammer and cold chisel (or hole saw), used to cut a hole in the gutter - Ladder Steps for Installing a Rain Gutter: 1. Snap a chalk line across the fascia, creating the proper pitch toward the downspout end. 2. Measure the fascia to determine the length of the gutter. 3. Apply gutter sealant to an end cap, then press the cap onto one end of the gutter. 4. Secure the end cap to the gutter with a crimping tool. 5. Use a hacksaw and tin snips to cut the gutter to length. 6. Use a hammer and a cold chisel (or a hole saw) to cut a round hole in the gutter for a downspout outlet. 7. Apply gutter sealant to the flange of the downspout outlet, then screw the outlet to the hole in the gutter. 8. Temporarily screw the gutter to the fascia, positioning it about 2 inches below the chalk line. 9. Install hanging brackets onto the gutter, positioning one in front of each rafter. 10. Raise the gutter to the chalk line and fasten each hanging bracket by screwing through the fascia and into the rafter tail. 11. Set two 2-inch-thick concrete pavers on the ground directly below the downspout outlet. 12. Set a rain barrel on top of the concrete pavers. 13. Use a hacksaw to cut and assemble the downspout and elbows. 14. Screw the upper end of the downspout to the downspout outlet protruding from the gutter. 15. Fasten the downspout to the house with mounting straps. 16. Install a diverter in the downspout, positioning it even with the top of the rain barrel. 17. Attach a short length of downspout to the underside of the diverter. 18. Connect the diverter's flexible hose to the port on the side of the rain barrel. Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse https://twitter.com/asktoh Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
Views: 697087 This Old House
DIY RV Reflooring with a Flush Slide-Out
 
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DIY RV Reflooring with a Flush Slide Out - Reflooring our RV! We have a 2005 DRV Mobiles Suites. It has carpet and linoleum in it from the factory. After traveling 2.5 years, we decided it was time to refloor the rv with something that was more aesthetically pleasing than the aging original flooring. Being DIY RV people, we did it ourselves! We decided to go with a vinyl plank flooring that looked like wood that we found at Home Depot. It is the Allure brand, and the color was Khaki Oak, which included some mixing of grays and tans. It has a Grip Strip edge, which means there are some ledges on either side with adhesive on them, so when you place the planks side-by-side the adhesive ledges stick to each other and hold each other in place. We also chose the Vinyl Plank style so that it was going to be flexible for going around the road, not a lot more weight (although it does weigh more overall than the linoleum and carpet we removed), durable (stand up to our dogs’ claws), waterproof, easy to install, and cost effective. In this video, we show and talk about how we remove rv carpet, remove rv linoleum, repair damaged subfloor with Bondo and install the Allure vinyl plank on our floor, which includes reflooring the flush slide out and deal with the flush slide floor transition. We were so pleased with how easy it was to work with the Allure vinyl plank. Having install hard-floor in our previous house and having to cut each piece with a saw, the Allure planks were easily scored with a razor blade and bent/broken off. The Grip Strip design was handy over a click-lock type because unlike click-lock where the flooring has to be at a certain angle to install, the Grip Strip can be slid and pressed down into place. This makes going under a counter or under the edge of a slide very easy. We had to do some pretty intricate cuts up near the vanity and into the toilet room and closet. While time-consuming and precise, we were able to cut the Allure Vinyl Plank to fit all the tight corners and notches. One of the biggest concerns that we had was that we have a flush side, and we weren’t sure how we were going to have the slide floor meet the main floor. Our RV has a black plastic ramp that runs the length of the slide. The slide rides up the ramp and in when it is coming in, then slides out and down to sit pretty level with the main floor. Once we had the carpet out and could examine the situation, we found that there was a strip of plywood that covered a 2 inch gap between the plastic ramp and the slide floor. That plywood was just covered by the carpet and butted up to the foam carpet padding on the slide, so you didn’t really notice it. With the hard floor, we had to figure out a way to bridge this gap and make a smooth transition. We decided to take one of the vinyl planks and put it over the gap. We did some tests with it and we determined that while it did have a little big of flex when you pushed down on that gap, overall it was pretty rigid and would do the trick. It would allow us to have this clean transition from the slide to the main floor. Because this is a floating floor, we glued the first edge piece onto the slide floor so that it wouldn’t go anywhere and made sure it came to the point we wanted it to. We used Hard As Nails glue. The major drawback to this design is that when the slide is pulled in, it leaves a section of the plank hanging out over the edge without any support. We must be very careful when the side is in to not step on the plank because it probably will not hold up. ------------ Thank you for watching our videos! We are the Mortons On The Move and we live full-time in our fifth-wheel RV and travel the country. We blog, vlog, and share our journey on social media. We'd love for you to join us! INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/mortonsonthemove WEBSITE: http://mortonsonthemove.com FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/mortonsonthemove TWITTER: http://twitter.com/mortsonthemove CONSIDER SUPPORTING US WHEN SHOPPING AMAZON: https://goo.gl/muoK5J or BUYING TRAILER SUPPLIES by checking out our hitch and trailer products website: https://MortonTrailerSupply.com Our Equipment: DJI Mavic: http://amzn.to/2nzjdgI DJI Osmo: http://amzn.to/2iI6tSv Power Director editing software: http://amzn.to/2k9f9l7 Sony Handycam http://amzn.to/2pnPFzc Sony NEX 5R Sony HDR-CX900 http://amzn.to/2pobfmO JK Lapel Microphone: http://amzn.to/2oZLyMU Tascam DR-05 Audio Recorder: http://amzn.to/2olBU6q Sony ECM-AW4 Wireless Microphone: http://amzn.to/2oZMGjS Andersen Ultimate Fifth Wheel Connection: https://mortontrailersupply.com/collections/ultimate-5th-wheel-connection
Views: 159342 Mortons on the Move
How To Install a Bathroom Vanity
 
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Shannon from http://www.house-improvements.com/bathroom shows you how to install a bathroom vanity. Video © 2014 SKS Media. Videos produced by SKS Media (House-Improvements.com) are provided for informational purposes only. The information contained in the videos is intended to give general guidance to simplify DIY (do it yourself) projects. Because tools, products, materials, equipment, techniques, building codes and local regulations are constantly changing, SKS Media cannot and does not assume any responsibility or liability for the accuracy of the information contained therein. Further, SKS Media will not accept any claim for liability related to, but not limited to, omissions, errors, injury, damage or the outcome of any project. It is the responsibility of the viewer to ensure compliance with all applicable laws, rules, codes and regulations for a project. The viewer must always take proper safety precautions and exercise caution when taking on any project. If there are any questions or doubt in regards to the element of a project, please consult with a licensed professional. SKS Media conducts all matters in accordance with the laws of Saskatchewan, Canada.
Views: 454089 HouseImprovements
Motorcycle Security Locks Product Review
 
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Security Locks » http://goo.gl/5fCLw Having your motorcycle or ATV stolen is obviously a major bummer, but it's an unfortunate fact of life these days. Some day, somewhere, some low life thief may try to jack your bike. The good news? There are tons of security options to help make his job a little more difficult. Today we're gonna review a few security lock options from OnGuard, one of the industry leaders in motorcycle and bicycle locks. We're also going to show off an interesting lock option from RoadLok, a new name in the motorcycle lock field but one with some very cool ideas. OnGuard's locks typically are named after dog breeds and their entry level Boxer line serves up a few lightweight locks for those who are just looking for a little protection. The first lock we tried is OnGuard's affordable 8mm pin standard disk lock. This model is a plunger-style lock and is designed to mount through a hole in your brake disk. Like most of OnGuard's Boxer locks, it comes with a carrying case and a lanyard to remind you when the lock is in place. Also, OnGuard's keyed locks come with 4 keys (one lighted) and a security code to order more keys should you space out and lose the other four. Next up is the Boxer 10mm pin staple-style lock. With a little less space between lock components and a slightly beefier build, this model is a step up from our first lock tested. For even more protection, you can move on to the Boxer line's horseshoe-style 16mm model. This lock is seriously thick and will be tough for any thief to break. It's also got an open design allows for various mounting options on the front or rear wheels. Continuing up the security ladder are OnGuard's Pitbull and Rottweiler Series locks. These locks are for those folks who really need some serious theft deterrence, and they have the weight and size to prove it. The Pitbull U-lock is large enough to wrap around a bike's front tire while also allowing space to connect to any fixed object. This model features a dust cover on the lock keyhole, and also comes with a safety lanyard. The Rottweiler cable lock features similar bulk to the Pitbull line, but uses a cable-style setup. This allows even more flexibility in terms of mounting options. For the ultimate in OnGuard protection, you're gonna wanna go with the Beast chain lock. This ridiculous lock system features a 12mm-thick, 3'7" long chain coupled with a heavy-duty U-bolt lock. Just find a safe place to attach this lock to your bike and a secure object, and she ain't going anywhere without some serious work. Nice features of the Beast include a nylon cover on the chain to prevent scratching, and the same multiple key set-up as the other OnGuard locks. And now, for something completely different, we take a look at RoadLok's lock system. This setup features a billet-style lock housing that mounts directly to your bike's brake caliper, meaning the only thing you take with you after locking up is a small locking pin and the key. No more carrying around a heavy lock in your pocket or backpack when not in use. It's actually quite smart and something that many OEM's should consider. Mounting the system is a breeze. Simply remove your caliper bolts, and slide in the RoadLok system using the supplied spacers. Once hooked up, locking is completed by inserting the locking pin and removing the key. We hope these locks show you just how many options there are for keeping your bike safe. No matter how much you want to spend, there are ways to help keep your bike in your garage and out of some thief's van. Lock it up!
Views: 478525 cheapcycleparts
Blue Ox Tow Bars - Hitch Mount Style - BX7420 Review - etrailer.com
 
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Click for more info and reviews of this Blue Ox Tow Bars: https://www.etrailer.com/Tow-Bars/Blue-Ox/BX7420.html Check out some similar Tow Bars options: https://www.etrailer.com/dept-pg-Tow_Bars-sf-Hitch_Mount_Style.aspx https://www.etrailer.com Don’t forget to subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/user/etrailertv Full transcript: https://www.etrailer.com/tv-Demo-Blue-Ox-Tow-Bars-BX7420.aspx Today, we're going to be taking a look at part number BX7420. This is Blue Ox Avail Towbar. It's a motorhome mount rated at 10,000 pounds. The towbar is going to let you tow your vehicle safely and securely behind your RV. This portion here is going to slide into the trailer hitch receiver on your RV. It does not require a ball mount. It's designed for 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers. It's going to come with that standard 5/8" pin and clip. Blue Ox does sell a lock kit that's going to lock this portion here to the hitch on your RV as well as lock the attachment tabs to the baseplate on the vehicle. That's going to be sold separately. You can find that here at etrailer.com with part number BX88101. Here on the back of this portion here, the shank, it's going to have 2 pin hole locations. You can choose between the 2, whatever one is going to work best for your particular setup. This portion right here, these are going to be our wide arms. It's going to improve turning range that way you can easily maneuver as needed. It's going to allow you to move around gas pumps and other obstacles with ease. You can take corners without worrying about your towed vehicle contacting your RV. Real quick, I just want to show you the flexibility or the maneuverability of these arms. It's really simple. They're going to have a maximum arm span of 38" wide. They adjust. They have the nice pivoting point right here. You can see right here as well, it's going to have the rubber boots. These are going to protect the telescoping arms from dirt and grime. I'm going to show you real quick how those come out. Right now, they're locked in place, but if we push down, it disengages. Then once fully extended, it's going to lock back in place. When you're ready to disconnect, all you have to do is push down on that. It's going to release the locking mechanism here in the middle, and it's going to allow them to go back into a stored position. That's a nice feature. These are going to be called no-binding latches. They're going to have the low-profile handles that's going to make it very easy to unhook the towbar from multiple angles. Then, you've got the telescoping arms that's going to provide a self-aligning design. All you have to do is hook up to the baseplates on the towed vehicle at the connection points here, drive your RV forward, and then like I showed you, the arms are going to extend out and then lock to a tow-ready position and then lock in place. On this end here, you're going to have the triple lug connection. These are going to be your sturdy brackets at the end of each towbar arm. These are going to provide reinforced connections to the baseplates. Each arm is going to attach and detach from the baseplate with 2 easy to access pins. You've got a pin here and a pin here, very simple to operate. Another neat feature about this system is it's got a really nice simple secure storage along side the motorhome. Once you're done, all you've got to do is bring your arms together just like this, and then, the arms are actually going to fold up into that position there. You've got this little tab right. You want to make sure that it's all lined up center with that tab, and then, you can rotate this to either side of the RV. Those tabs are going to make sure that it doesn't come back down to a loading position and that it stays in a stored position. That's a really nice little feature that Blue Ox puts in here. The reason why I like that is because it's very simple and easy to get it into that position, especially once you have this portion secured inside of the hitch on the RV. It makes it a lot easier to move it around as necessary. This is made from a heavy-duty steel construction. It's going to resist corrosion. It's got the nice sleek metallic paint, and again, you're going to have the rubber boots that are going to protect the telescoping arms from dirt and grime. You're going to get the safety cables. These are included, a nice, strong cable design. Then here on the hooks, you've got the security latch mechanism that's going to close automatically, which is going to prevent disconnecting. Again, the system is going to offer a capacity of 10,000 pounds, maximum arm span of 38" wide, and the overall unit is going to weigh about 45 pounds. That's going to come with detailed instructions. These instructions are going to walk you through step by step of the installation process. It's going to give some maintenance tips in there, that way you can make sure this system lasts you a really long time. That's going to do it for our
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Installing Radiant Heat Between Joists. Retrofit radiant heat into your home or for new construction
 
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This video walks you through installing radiant heat between the floor joists, how to staple it up using aluminum heat emission plates, and how to install the reflective barrier and insulation. We also show you how to connect to a Radiantec radiant tubing manifold and how to do the pressure test. The staple-up radiant floor installation method is very popular because as long as you can see the joists from below, you can install radiant heat. This method works well for new construction and retrofits. In fact, it works so well that it has almost entirely replaced the thin suspended slab applications. While the slab application is pretty forgiving, it is our opinion that a staple up installation needs to be done exactly right for it to work properly. The following methods MUST be followed to have and effective and efficient staple-up installation: 1) Install Aluminum Heat Emission Fins. These are also called heat transfer plates or aluminum fins. A study conducted by Kansas State University some years ago showed that systems using heat transfer plates vs. systems that do not are able to transfer twice as many btu’s. The significance is that you can typically lower the water temperature and reduce cycle times which can lower your operational cost. Radiantec also conducted our own plate study experiments and you can find the results here. The most cost effective solution is to install the thin heat transfer plates in continuous coverage. We did find that the thicker, extruded aluminum plates transferred about 6% more heat but at more than double the cost. Ideally, the heat transfer plates should be spaced continuously but they don’t have to be. Our general rule of thumb is to space the aluminum plates continuously in carpeted rooms, bathrooms, and high heat loss areas such as great rooms. Space them about every 8″ or so in all other areas. 2) Install An Aluminum Reflective Barrier. About 1-2″ below the radiant tubing and plates, you should install an aluminum reflective barrier. This is nothing more than a craft paper with an aluminum facing. It has fibers that run through it so it doesn’t rip or tear but it can be cut with a pair of scissors. The reflective barrier comes on a roll that is 50″ wide and must be cut so that it can fit between the joists. We have an installation video that shows how to do this. The purpose of the reflective barrier installation is to reflect the radiant heat waves back up towards the sub-floor. We are also trying to create a small dead air pocket that further helps to equalize the heat transfer. Some will argue that the reflective barrier isn’t necessary and that it will become covered up with dust and lose its effectiveness over the years. We still feel it’s an important piece and since it’s relatively inexpensive, it should be installed. Insulation is usually put in after this (see next step) so if you can find a foil faced insulation with high enough R-value, you can forgo this product. 3) Install Insulation. Many people ask us if it’s necessary to also install insulation below the radiant tubing, heat transfer plates, and reflective barrier. If you can only do this once because the ceiling will be finished then the answer is absolutely yes. The amount of insulation is dependent on what is above and below. If there is carpeting or a high heat loss area above then you should put in R-19. If not, you can probably get away with R-13 but R-19 is better. The type of insulation doesn’t really matter all that much. If there is an unheated basement below then you should use R-19. Most people don’t mind if they lose a little bit of heat downward in this scenario. If the heat loss downward is entirely wasted to a crawl space, for example, then your insulation method should be extensive. You should try to get in a minimum of R-30. Some will insulate between the joists with fiberglass and then seal the entire underside with rigid foam. If the ceiling will not be finished, some will wait and see how the system performs and then add the insulation after if necessary. What can happen if you don’t insulate? Since radiant heat will go in all directions, the heat will just as easily go downward. The basement will get too warm and you won’t get enough heat into the space above. Will a radiant system without aluminum plates work? The best answer is “maybe.” If plates are not used then you are relying on air and the few locations where tubing is in contact with the floor to transfer the heat. The problem is, air is an insulator and Pex directly in contact with wood is a poor conductor. In order to make up for this poor heat transfer, the water temperature must be raised significantly. In some cases, as high as 180 degrees F.! Even then, on a cold day, the floor may not put out enough heat to heat the room if the home is older and not energy efficient.
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Ducting Do's and Dont's for Vent A Hoods - Kitchenfoundry.com
 
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Self help video on ducting your Vent a hood kitchen ventilation unit. Courtesy of Ventahoodparts.com The online store for all your vent a hood replacement parts. online store - kitchenfoundry.com
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LP® SolidStart® I-Joists Product Overview
 
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How to Hang Crown Molding on Kitchen Cabinets
 
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Ask This Old House general contractor Tom Silva installs crown molding on kitchen cabinets with full overlay doors Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thisoldhouse Time: 6 hours Cost: $100 Skill Level: Moderate Tools List for Hanging Crown Molding: Brad nailer Compressor Drill driver Miter saw Caulking gun Shopping List: 5/4” Pine Fast drying spray primer Super glue Wood glue Brad nails Wood screws Pencil Wood putty Paintable caulking Steps: 1. Cut strips of the 5/4” pine to length and width, based on the size of the cabinets. These will be the filler pieces. 2. Make rabbet cuts on the filler pieces so that the piece fits tightly on the top of the cabinet and over the door of the cabinet. 3. Once the cuts are all made, spray paint the filler pieces to match the color of the cabinets in case they show through. 4. Mount the filler pieces to the cabinets using super glue to hold it in place and wood glue to more permanently bond it to the cabinet. 5. From the sides of the cabinet, nail the filler pieces in the place. For the front filler piece, drill from underneath the inside of the cabinet, and then secure that piece with wood screws. 6. Hold up the crown molding on the sides of the cabinet. Be sure they’re tight against the wall. Use a pencil to mark from the inside the correct measurement to cut the crown molding. Draw an arrow on the inside to help determine which angle the miter cut should go. 7. Hold the crown molding upside down and backwards so that it presses up safely against the fence of the miter saw. To keep it from slipping, you can use some of the clear polyurethane glue and a couple small pieces of wood to glue on the base of the saw to act as stops. 8. Turn the miter saw to 45 degrees based on the direction of the mark drawn on the crown molding during measuring. Cut the piece. 9. To make the sister cut on the opposite piece of crown molding, turn the saw to the opposite 45 degree angle and cut it again. 10. Nail the two pieces together using the brad nailer and then hold the crown molding back up to the cabinet to get the next measurement. Measure and mark the front piece of crown molding. Be sure to also mark the direction of the angle for the crown molding like before. 11. Make the miter cut for the front piece of crown molding. Then, make the sister cut for the following side like before. 12. Mount the crown molding to the cabinet using the brad nailer. Repeat this process with the rest of the cabinets with outside corners. 13. For any cabinets with an inside corner, cut the miters with the opposite 45 degree angle so that the miter angles on the crown molding cuts into itself. 14. Fill in all the nail holes with wood putty. 15. Caulk around the crown molding where it meets the ceiling to give it a finished look. Resources: The homeowner had already purchased shaker-style cabinets that came with the crown molding. The wood glue and super glue Tom used for the crown molding and the filler pieces are both manufactured by Gorilla Glue (https://www.gorillatough.com/). The other materials Tom used to install the crown molding, including the brad nailer, compressor, and spray paint, are all found at home centers. For the spray paint, Tom recommends getting a fast drying spray primer with a dry time of one hour. Expert assistance with this segment was provided by Universal Factory Direct (https://universalfactorydirect.com/). Ask This Old House TV Homeowners have a virtual truckload of questions for us on smaller projects, and we're ready to answer. Ask This Old House solves the steady stream of home improvement problems faced by our viewers—and we make house calls! Ask This Old House features some familiar faces from This Old House, including Kevin O'Connor, general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, and landscape contractor Roger Cook.   This Old House releases new segments every Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday.   Keywords: This Old House, How-to, home improvement, DIY, tom silva, ask this old house, crown molding, kitchen, cabinets, install Watch the full episode: https://www.thisoldhouse.com/watch/crown-molding-strip-wallpaper-ask-toh Follow This Old House and Ask This Old House: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThisOldHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/thisoldhouse https://twitter.com/asktoh Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thisoldhouse/ G+: https://plus.google.com/+thisoldhouse/posts Instagram: http://instagram.com/thisoldhouse Tumblr: http://thisoldhouse.tumblr.com/
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How To: Cable Management - Full Guide
 
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How to Hide Your TV Wires for $10
 
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ATTENTION: In many areas, it is a code violation to put your power cord in your wall as I did in this video. Putting Audio/Video cords in your wall is fine but, for power, adding an extra outlet may be required by code so check out my video on how to do that! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pe6H9sZMkhA Want to make the whole process easier? Check out my video using a kit to install this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xSqbXl5m4_o Annoying TV wires hanging down from your wall-mounted TV are a thing of the past! With just two $5 plates, you can hide them for good. Step-by-step instructions and links to products are at http://lrn2diy.com/how-to-hide-tv-wires-for-10/. Project Difficulty: Easy Project Time: 30 Minutes SUPPLIES USED IN THIS VIDEO • Low Voltage Cable Pates: http://geni.us/dNft2R • Swiveling TV Mount: http://geni.us/8Xoj • Stud finder: • Good: http://geni.us/HlWsq • Better: http://geni.us/oVE5gA • Best: http://geni.us/46Lnc • Drywall jab saw or utility knife: http://geni.us/l3tnNP • Phillips screw driver: http://geni.us/iW3o2k Subscribe to get more videos from our growing library of DIY home improvements!
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Slide-In Wood Top Load Frame Wall Mounting and Print Insert at Displays4Sale.com
 
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Slide-In Frame Demo. This video demomstrates How to Wall Mount Slide-In Frames and how to Insert your sign, poster or other posting. When you order an easy change slide-in wood style signage frame, it arrives fully assembled. You'll receive a hardware pack with wall anchors and screws. You'll need a few hand tools to property wall mount this wood picture frame; Pencil, Drill, Phillips Screw Driver or 3/16" drill bit, Level and Hammer. This wood signage frame features a removable frame rail (Top or Side Rail). Slide-out to Remove the frame rail. Place Frame and Rail to the side and begin positioning the frame on the wall. Use a level to make sure the frame is straight With the pencil, place a mark on the wall through the small holes in the backing board. There are 4 Holes. Once all 4 holes are marked, place the frame to the side. Use the 3/16" drill over the pencil marks to create the holes for the wall anchors. Hand Insert wall anchors. Use hammer and tap lightly if needed. Place the Slide in Frame (without top rail) and align over the 4 wall anchors. Use the enclosed screws to insert through the small holes. Use screwdriver or drill slowly and carefully to tighten the screws into the wall anchors Start with one screw and use level to confirm the frame is mounted straight to the wall. Insert the other screws. Take your thin poster or sign sheet and place between the backing board and protective overlay. Top Load and Slide the combined 3 pieces into the wall mounted frame. Replace the Top Frame Rail. You can't tell the frame is removable. Your sign is ready to be seen. Top Load and Side Load, Slide-In Wood Frames come in numerous sizes including popular; 11x17, 16x20, 18x24, 22x28 and 24x36 signage and poster sizes in both portrait and landscape orientation. Shown in this video demo is the contemporary 1" wide wood profile style #361. Over 10 popular wood finishes are available. Custom sizes and wide-ranging custom wood frame styles and finishes are also available. Visit: https://www.displays4sale.com to see all the display frame choices and options.
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How to Choose The Right Range Hood - Which Range Hood Do I Need
 
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How to choose the perfect range hood: http://bit.ly/WhichRangeHood Visit http://www.prolinerangehoods.com/ to find hundreds of beautiful different range hoods, all at factory direct prices. This video will show you how to choose the perfect range hood for your kitchen. Every serious cook knows the necessity of having a high quality range hood in their kitchen. A high quality range hood will remove smoke, odor, heat and grease from the air in your kitchen so you and your guests can breathe easier and you can cook in comfort. But, with all of the options available, selecting the right type of range hood can be daunting task. In this video we are going to show you exactly what you need to consider when picking the perfect indoor range hood, no matter what you're going to use it for. If you are going to be mounting your range hood Outdoors, your needs will be slightly different so please click the following link now. There are several important questions you need to ask. What size of range hood will you need? How will your range hood be mounted? What type of ventilation you will use? What type of grease filters do you want to have? How powerful of a blower do you need? How quiet do you want your range hood? And, lastly, how tall you need your range hood to be to mount it in your kitchen?
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The Briefing Room: AR15 Low Profile Gas Block Mounting 101
 
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In this installment of the Briefing Room, we talk about a vital piece to your AR15, the gas block. Mounting and having he gas block securely fastened to the barrel is a critical step of proper rifle assembly. Sadly there are still many manufacturers and even more builders that take short cuts when securing a low profile gas block on a barrel. In this video we talk about two of the different methods, excluding clamp on block, and the process for each. Hopefully this helps you in maybe your future build or knowing what to look for when looking at rifles. Please check us out online and on Facebook at: www.gunsandtactics.com www.facebook.com/gunsandtactics
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Mounting the Foregrip, Winding Check, & Butt Cap: Rod Building 101
 
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Join Mud Hole rod building professionals Scott Gimbert and J.L. Leffler as they walk you through step-by-step instructions on how to mount your foregrip, winding check, and butt cap to your custom rod. http://www.mudhole.com/ This instruction chapter is taken from the official Mud Hole "Rod Building 101" DVD which is available FREE with the purchase of any rod kit from www.mudhole.com For the past 37 years, Mud Hole has been providing the finest rod building, lure building and fly tying components in the world. Our staff is passionately dedicated to growing and preserving sport fishing and tackle crafting. Click to order your FREE FULL COLOR 220 PAGE CATALOG : http://www.mudhole.com/Get-a-Free-Catalog Find Us On Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mudhole
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Under cabinet Range Hood Installation - New version
 
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http://www.xtremeairusa.com/ This new version video will show you how to install a XtremeAir under cabinet range hood. This simple installation technique can be applied for other under cabinet range hood as well. To serve you better, please feel free to give us your comment and subscribe our channel. Thank you for watching XtremeAir Tech Team
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