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  1. I would rather go for Makita 16. It has good maintenance and working mechanism. I've found it easy to use and control, as it's lighweighted and has clever design. I think it's the best electric chainsaw. You can read more about it and more afordable options here https://homemakerguide.com/best-electric-chainsaw/. But I personnaly believe that it worths it's money, the quality is perfect, it will last you for years.
  2. Most of time I use a laser level, it's really comfortable. That's a small box that I can take everywhere I need. But before I've bought a laser one, I used Stabila for a long time. It's good, can not see any cons, despite of price. The price is too big I think.
  3. I have WORX and can consider it as a great offer. It's powerful and good working. The battery in enough for two cleanings,, it was the main reason why I've choosed it. I really don't like it when the battery is off and I can't finish and has to spend some time waiting for charging. The Sun Joe also looks like a good option.
  4. I think it will work with it. But if you want to have some details, it's a better to ask a new uestion than reply to a really old one. Just more people could help you and give some advice. Searching the net I've found out that it will fit you. But I don't have a Dewalt so can't tell obviously. Lets just wait for someone who used it.
  5. I am not sure about it. Google says there is a risk of fire, and I can't reccomend you to try. Especially, if the house is rented, you don't to pay for renovation. Looking for a new house is not an easy thing also, be sure about it. Not sure what you can do in this situation. The only way out I can see is to sell your old tools and buy new. But is actual only if you are going to live there for a long-term period.
  6. You can look at Bosch official site, there is a folder named instructions, you can look there. If you can't find it there, you can also translate a German one. Just download a page to Google translater or paste a link. It won't be perfect but you can understand what you need to.
  7. It's a common problem really. One of my friends told me that it's only Bosch problem, but I am not so sure about that. You can solve replacing the hammer pin. It happens after 2 years of usual using mostly, don't know how to prevent it at all.
  8. You've mentioned that you used all of them before. You should remember and analyse all small difficulties and things you didn't like. I have Matco and it's the best in my opinion. You should choose the one that fits you best, not anyone else.
  9. I've heard about it but have never used. The rewievs are guite good, most of people are happy with it. If you are not going to use it for work or everyday, don't see any reason for not buying it. It doesn't seem to be bad or uncomfortable in use to me. Lets wait for a rewiev from someone who own it, and then decide.
  10. I like this idea. The bad light quality always is something that makes me angry while camping. I have a poor sight so see anything in a dark is imposible. I am going to ask my husband to make such lightening too.
  11. I have never been looking for a plumber. I think the plumber is a person that everyone knows. He doesn't need any advertising or anything like that. If something is wrong, I won't go to internet, I will ask friends or neighbours. But I have never asked a license, thank you for posting, It was informative.
  12. I think that Makita DHS680 is the best option you can find on market. It's well-balanced and comfortable for use. It seems to be light and blade. I am really into it and going to buy it a few months.
  13. I would absolutely go for Forney. That's not my first welder but that's the best of all I've ever had. The quality is really great, it will last you for years. Can absolutely recommend it.
  14. The reason can be deeper than switch, inside of a drill. If you want to repair it for yourself, you should open it up, and look carefuuly for any visible damages. If you don't see any I would recommend you to go to warranty service or technical center.
  15. You just need to find out what is the smell source. Until you change it nothing will help you. The reason can be in old tubing, I had it in my father's house. After changing we don't have any smell and issues.
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