I know there is a way to remove the bulb, but can't remember. I am scared of it breaking off in my hand.
Hello fellow DIYers, I have a GFCI switch in my kitchen that suddenly stopped working, now before you ask, yes I did hit the reset button. That didn't fix anything, ... See more
hi i have 2 aluminum maglite flashlights i cannot remove the bottom ends to change batteries they are locked solid any suggestions i thank you in advan... See more
one light in my chandlelier keeps burning out after a few hours. what and how do i fix this.
I have what seems to be a pair of wires for each bulb. Is it possible to wire it up to this dual gang dimmer switch?Edit: Tested the wires and the 2 red wires are liv... See more
There are two clips or pins that I don’t know this to remove.
We bought a house and the gas heating and air was installed over our living room. Needless to say it rattles and sounds like a helicopter over head. They installed it... See more
What is the cost from changing electric to gas from range/stove? Who performs this type of work?
I have an older one that looks fine except that it has stopped rotating. I hate to throw it away instead of repairing it.
Is it safe electrically to put a plastic grocery bag in a shredder to make it easier when emptying? I don't want to start a fire because it's plastic and plugged in?... See more
repaired or replaced? I have a super nice outdoor spotlight. My husband ran over the cord with the lawnmower. Can't find a spotlight as nice anywhere, so would lik... See more
Have an antique lamp & for the center light I need a large base bulb.......where would you suggest looking? I checked my local hardware store & grocery store without ... See more
I've broken a decorative bulb in my bathroom light fixture. It's broken at the base. How do I get the base out of the socket?
SOMEWHERE, I read about securing electrical power cords (i.e. hair dryers, curling irons) with elastic cording and a button. I can't find the "how to" again, and hop... See more
We recently put a new back splash in our kitchen and now the electrical outlet receptacle does not fit. How can we move the receptacle to be flush with the new back s... See more
I use a fan behind my wood stove to help spread the heat. I am using a flexible filter that I cut to place on the suction side, and hold it with rubber bands. It wor... See more
Where would I fine a new piece for my ceiling fan? The piece I'm referring to is on the blade, the piece that attaches the blade itself to the motor. Somehow it is b... See more
The previous owner installed this basement light switch. The switch is the first switch as you walk downstairs. This must be a timer switch. We can not figure out how... See more
I am unclear as to what to do with this part of my house, "The Breakfast Nook".
We have an old home (1940s). Each bedroom has only 1 outlet and the wires look the same. The main box has been updated to current standards. I've been reading about t... See more
Does it save on the electric bill to turn off the electric hot water heater while not using all day and night while sleeping ??? Is it not good to do this , will it m... See more