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14 years14 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
Philips LCD TV No Picture!?

just for future reference..
The store ended up giving me a store credit for the original price we paid for the tv, outside of the manufacturers warranty. This was done…

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
Philips LCD TV No Picture!?

no, i think maybe they meant a warranty on the repairs
ie. philips just told me theres a 3month warranty on the actual repairs themselves
Ive also posted on another forum,…

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
Philips LCD TV No Picture!?

Couple of months ago, we turned the tv (42PFL9632D) on as per usual, except theres no picture (sound still works) ...to cut a long story short, it was still under…

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
Panel glides in shoalhaven

thanks michelle. funny, I actually already have had the mobile van come quote me, along with another blind manufacturer down here. they both suggested the panel glides, and as our…

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
Window covering for 3080x2400 sliding doors...help!

thankyou so much for your reply havingfun!
it was very helpful in working out what i would need etc if i went down the diy path..
Ive ended up giving the go…

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
Panel glides in shoalhaven

Hi all, michelle, thought you may be able to point me in the right direction for panel glides in the shoalhaven... where/who to get quotes from etc
cross posted my thread

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
Window covering for 3080x2400 sliding doors...help!

well, im still procastinating over the blinds!! Im leaning towards the panel glides from crosby, as im not really a fan of having curtains run across that whole back of…

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
Storage ideas......specifically toys.

we've got this in our boys rooms also. only concerns i have (and depending on age of your children) is that the 'step up' look will be exactly that...boys love…

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
Help Choosing final colours on external wall. pic included

ah some of the back ones were, so i imagine so? the joys of renovating... :shock:

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
Help Choosing final colours on external wall. pic included

haha, yes well the whole place IS well overdue for a repaint....
but i'll do this back bit first, that I can promise!!
thanks again
slightly off topic, but you know how…

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
Help Choosing final colours on external wall. pic included

yes i see your point michelle, and your right, they do look nice together.
thanks, I get carried away with colours sometimes in the excitement of it all :wink:

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
Help Choosing final colours on external wall. pic included

hi michelle
thanks for the piccy's!
yes, the musk memory is on my feature walls on the interior already, as is the oboe d'amore on the pergola posts etc in the exterior...…

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
Help Choosing final colours on external wall. pic included

ok, see if this works...nope couldnt put pics here, but here's link
http://www.dulux.com.au/html/specifier/ ... &name=OBOE D'AMORE&r=73&g=61&b=66
http://www.dulux.com.au/html/specifier/ ... &name=MUSK MEMORY&r=119&g=69&b=74
maybe a dark yellow colour…

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
Help Choosing final colours on external wall. pic included

the oboe d'amore colour is in the photo, the posts of pergola, although i will also try and work out how to post sample pics...
yep its our amstaff, some nice…

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
Help Choosing final colours on external wall. pic included

Im trying to choose colours that compliment the interior colours, as they are visable through the sliders... the indoor features are dulux musk memory, but the outside pergola is dulux…

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
Owners of Roller Blinds

my sunscreen roller blind is on the inside, and when it is breezy or windy and the window is open, yes it drives me nuts!!!
Ive put some little felt…

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
Window covering for 3080x2400 sliding doors...help!

the home outlet looks good, but im in nsw and even the nearest Ikea is 3hours away!!
Phoenix, I have been eying off Ikea's panel blinds, though, but its so…

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
Window covering for 3080x2400 sliding doors...help!

yes, the centre doors are the opening doors, so makes it a tad trickier!!
we always open blinds right up of a day, its just the night I like to…

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
Window covering for 3080x2400 sliding doors...help!

hmm, guess noone has any suggestions :o

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
Toddler proof sliding door screen

when you say grill, do you mean like the diamond pattern style? thats exactly what i dont want either! defeats the purpose of putting he sliders in!! my dad was…

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
Window covering for 3080x2400 sliding doors...help!

Ive got two of these that I need to put blinds on...theres about a 200mm gap between each door.see photo
are my only options for such a size venetians? or could…

Window covering for 3080x2400 sliding doors...help!
15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
Toddler proof sliding door screen

I think that sounds ok. Our front door alone was $600 and thats just one normal sized entry door. Im also facing this very same problem!! except we've got…

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
Reducing Glare from Pavers??

I dont think a hotwheels car will fit through the gap, I could be wrong, but the decks ive seen are maybe a $2 coin max. gap?
we've just ordered…

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
To Deck or to Pave... lots viewing, not many posting :-(

thanks for the replies and thoughts both on topic and off.
we've decided to pave, mainly because of the price of timber at present and also due to our intentions to…

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
To Deck or to Pave... lots viewing, not many posting :-(

yeh, had a concrete guy come around, who told me the cracks will just come through the stencil eventually, which will then peel, and because of all the joins etc…

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
To Deck or to Pave... lots viewing, not many posting :-(

so you wouldn't pave with sand with a bit of mortar through it?
decking seems to be a better solution to cover everything..
someone also mentioned that rats may like to dwell…

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
To Deck or to Pave... lots viewing, not many posting :-(

hmm, thanks, and the votes are even again :lol:
might it be worth me mentioning we are knocking out those back windows and replacing them…

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
To Deck or to Pave... lots viewing, not many posting :-(

We are having trouble deciding what to cover our tired old 65m2 concrete slab at the rear of our home in. It currently has a new Pergola over the entire…

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
Bathroom makeover, 50yrs overdue!

as long as it could slide into the wall cavity behind the shower, it could be a possibility. the toilet privacy factor is one of my issues now, funny you…

15 years15 yearscobyleecobylee posted:
Bathroom makeover, 50yrs overdue!

ok, thanks for the tips. Ive just been sitting in the bathroom, and I really cant see the liklihood of having the shower bigger than 900. I think the best…

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