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Joined 20 August 2011
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5 years5 yearsJonesy_saJonesy_sa posted:
Instructions for replacing pads on brivis advance

Hi all,
I was wondering if anyone has a brivis advance and managed to remove the pads. I removed the top screws but can't lift the top off due to the…

5 years5 yearsJonesy_saJonesy_sa posted:
Replacing toilet with earthenware waste

Hi all,
What's the go with replacing a toilet on a house with earthenware pipes, my house was built 1960. I presume the waste pipe is earthenware too and not steel…

6 years6 yearsJonesy_saJonesy_sa posted:
Where can I buy gas hydronic parts for DIY?

I think as utility prices rise these forms of heating will become more common? We are slowly catching on to Greener housing etc... With that said we don't get the…

6 years6 yearsJonesy_saJonesy_sa posted:
Alarm cabling basics?

Can anyone shed some light on the Australian Standard for data domestic alarm cable and installation details.
I'm pretty sure for panel and PIR the standard is 14/020?
However I have heard…

6 years6 yearsJonesy_saJonesy_sa posted:
Where can I buy gas hydronic parts for DIY?

Thought of that but shipping is the major issue. I couldn't locate an agent who would ship plus I would buy the boiler here for warranty... If you know of…

6 years6 yearsJonesy_saJonesy_sa posted:
Where can I buy gas hydronic parts for DIY?

Hi,
Where can hydronic heating hardware repurchased in Australia, ideally South Australia? I lovedthe system when in Europe and wouldn't mind pricing a retro fit system.
Thanks

6 years6 yearsJonesy_saJonesy_sa posted:
Attractive fireplace to replace old in wall a/c??

Hi all,
I have a typical inwall / inwindow a/c. You know the old types they stuck in windows or in my case cut out in the brick wall. I was…

6 years6 yearsJonesy_saJonesy_sa posted:
Which alarm for DIY small home?

Hi all,
I didn't realise buying a house would be so time consuming!!!
Anyhow, i have had some time to look at things and was wondering if i could get everyone's…

6 years6 yearsJonesy_saJonesy_sa posted:
Which alarm for DIY small home?

Here is a floor plan if anyone wants to make suggestions. There is already an alarm on the building that works and is in use but its pretty old so…

6 years6 yearsJonesy_saJonesy_sa posted:
Which alarm for DIY small home?

I think I'll grab some quotes from online stores for the Bosch, Ness and Hills gear and compare the outcomes. Is there anything I should know when looking for pir's…

6 years6 yearsJonesy_saJonesy_sa posted:
Which alarm for DIY small home?

hi, when you say not that good. Do they give off false signals or not last very long?
Can anyone recommend a better site to purchase this gear, eBay doesn't seem…

6 years6 yearsJonesy_saJonesy_sa posted:
Which alarm for DIY small home?

Yes, that's where I seen this equipment. I was hoping to get some feedback from the guys in the know on weather this equipment was good bang for buck. I…

6 years6 yearsJonesy_saJonesy_sa posted:
Which alarm for DIY small home?

Hi all,
I recently put an offer on a property which needsquite a bit of work that ill tackle myself but first thing i would like to do is add an…

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