So you want to prevent Dirty Electricity, but you don’t want to spend a fortune on filters? No problem!
With a few tools and some parts, you can DIY your own DE filters that perform just as well as pre-made Greenwave or Stetzerizer filters.
I made 14 additional filters and saved a TON of money.
Just be aware that you should probably have some experience soldering and working with 120/240V AC equipment.
Raw materials, parts, even cardboard – everything’s in short supply these days!
So, what do you do when your alternator is dying and you can’t even find a new one?
Why, you repair it yourself!
While it may seem like this is way beyond your ability, it turns out it’s not so difficult.
With a few tips and a bit of patience and persistence, you can DIY your alternator back into like-new working condition!
Everyone has annoying technical problems.
It’s just part of Computerized Everything these days.
Usually, we tend to become aggravated when these problems occur… But what if we didn’t have to?
What if you could solve your own techie issues with a minimum amount of frustration – and in record time?
If that sounds like a plan, join me for the best techie tip yet!
After the failure of my $16 battery tab spot welder, I saw Kevin Dark’s DIY version.
But it wasn’t exactly what I needed, so I decided to build a modified version.
The Modified Dark Welder, or Dark Welder 2.0, has a foot switch that triggers a precise welding current pulse that is always the same length of time – no matter how long you hold down the button.
And in my new version, the button is now a foot pedal to keep your hands free.
The best part is: IT WORKS!