Fixing the Ipod Nano Power Button
A friend of mine had an Ipod 6th Gen Nano with a power button that didn't work. I ask him what good was it if you couldn't turn the mp3 player on? No good he said. So I offered to really brake the iPod if the music box was only going to sit lifeless on the shelf.
He Agreed and said Good Luck
A bit of googling and I learned this Ipod model have many power button issues, the ipod wouldn't turn on, it wouldn't reset, it would
When It Warms Up the Motorcycle Comes Out to Play
Pull out the old motorcycle and get the two wheel thunder runner rolling again. When a motorcycle or any gas engine sit in storage for some time they can loose some of their optimal running parameters and will require a tune up.
This Kawasaki en450 is a vitim of time in storage without the best care. Which caused some old gas to gunk up in the carbs and a few mice to shack up in the air filter box. After a cleaning and
Red Blinking Light NES Cleaning
The classic 1980s NES systems are still popular today (2017) as they were in 1990s. The nes consoles still have the same problems like the blinking red light, game freeze, jitter and resetting right be for you beat the boss. But if the console won't play any games at all and the Windex cotton swab trick doesn't work there may be more to clean.
Taking apart the NES console isn't for everyone but thanks to the internet there are plenty of
What is a Good 62mm Lens for 4k Camcorder JVC HM-170
Using a set of macro magnifying 62mm screw on lens from fotogear I was able to get an extreme close-up of a small subject.
When shooting video with a magnifying lens the camera must be placed very close to the subject being recorded, 4-10 inches. Depending on the focal length of the camera lens the distance will be a little different.
Close-Up N Scale Model Train
Mix up a chelating agent and restore your rusty tools, thanks to a youtuber seejanedrill for the tip.
When I was a kid I use to use the parts cleaner to clean tools and dirty truck parts in the auto garage. Now we no longer have the parts cleaner and over the years some of the tools got rusty.
After looking up different ways to clean and remove rust from shop tools I found the molasses method and gave mixture a try.
What happens after a few weeks is worth