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    I suggest you clear your SMC cookies from your...

    I suggest you clear your SMC cookies from your browser, then restart your browser and try again.
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    Wow, that has to cost a lot of money to move snow...

    Wow, that has to cost a lot of money to move snow at least three times. They should show a video of the mound of trash that is left behind in the spring when all that snow melts
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    I don't know if the current software will support...

    I don't know if the current software will support the highlighting you are looking for.

    As a work around add your favorite moderators to your contact list and by going to your contact list and...
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    The legs in the photo are probably made from...

    The legs in the photo are probably made from metal tubing.

    Make the legs from metal and cover them with wood.

    If you use just wood, use a bridle joint or make the legs from plywood.
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    This works for sailors.....

    This works for sailors.....
  6. On the base, you can drill up into the vertical...

    On the base, you can drill up into the vertical leg and use either steel rods or timberlok screws up into the vertical piece to add strength.
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    Make sure you measure the location of the bearing...

    Make sure you measure the location of the bearing closest to the blade so you can place the new one in the same location. Otherwise the blade may not end up in the same location in the throat plate...
  8. Glue surface is the key to strength. The more...

    Glue surface is the key to strength. The more glue surface the stronger the joint. Splines would certainly add strength. One key thing to remember when gluing up miter joints in solid wood. You...
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    I also use Freud blades exclusively. I do not...

    I also use Freud blades exclusively. I do not buy their low priced blades from the Big Box stores. I have a glue line rip blade and it is excellent for ripping, I also have several 60 tooth...
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    Water hammer is usually caused by a combination...

    Water hammer is usually caused by a combination of high pressure and flow with sudden stoppage. It can be cured with slower acting valves, reduced pressure or water hammer arrestors. The old...
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    Other than aiding in alignment, dowels, biscuits...

    Other than aiding in alignment, dowels, biscuits and tenons add little if any strength to edge joined boards. If you glue up two pieces at a time, it is pretty easy to get the face surfaces aligned...
  12. One point not mentioned above was grain...

    One point not mentioned above was grain direction. In my experience every piece of wood will plane easier from one direction than it will from the other. You need to read the grain and plane so the...
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    The hand crank under the out feed table should...

    The hand crank under the out feed table should raise the table enough to eliminate the snipe. I have an almost identical Delta 6" jointer and the name badge with the serial number is mounted on the...
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    If the customer wants paint, I would walk away...

    If the customer wants paint, I would walk away from the job. Any solid surface coating you put on wood that is outside and exposed to rain will absorb moisture from the under side of the deck and...
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    Great project. I wish I had one for my cover.

    Great project. I wish I had one for my cover.
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    I used Watco Danish oil inside and out on this...

    I used Watco Danish oil inside and out on this entertainment center for my son and his wife.
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    It has darkened up nicely and has no residual odor.
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    Have you tried backing up the piece being bent...

    Have you tried backing up the piece being bent with a steel strap so that the bending force is distributed along the length of the piece? The steel staping used for attaching boxes to pallets should...
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    Have you checked for sawdust build up in the...

    Have you checked for sawdust build up in the moving parts of the brake? Maybe just blow out the motor with compressed air.
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    Good luck with Verizon. I had an issue several...

    Good luck with Verizon. I had an issue several years ago that got kicked to the next level and I still haven't heard anything.
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    Before each use, I spray the chute, impeller and...

    Before each use, I spray the chute, impeller and augers with silicone. It's been many years since I had a clogged chute.
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    That is usually a sign of moisture and a dirty surface that was painted over. About all that can be done is to remove the flaking paint with a putty knife or scraper and then lightly sa and the area...
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    All faucets with the aerators significantly...

    All faucets with the aerators significantly restrict the flow even though it looks like a lot of water is coming out.
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    Photos of finished projects go on the Woodworking...

    Photos of finished projects go on the Woodworking Projects forum. Work in progress generally gets posted either in General Woodworking and power tools or Neanderthal Forum if it is hand work.
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    If you have a helper you can have them insert...

    If you have a helper you can have them insert wooden wedges in the out feed side of the cut. Cabinet leveling shims work well for this. Don't try to do this if you are alone. Keep in mind that the...
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    Learning to walk away when things go wrong in the...

    Learning to walk away when things go wrong in the shop is a critical safety step. Continuing to work when frustrated leads to unsafe shortcuts and additional errors and usually more damage or injury.
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