Compressor died in upstairs AC unit-family has been camping in the downstairs for a week now.
Dead battery in wifes' car-not clear why this happened yet Suspect it may never be clear.
This morning- waking up to this :
I've tried to make the manufacturer name prominent in the photo, so others can avoid these units. It didnt come out clear-so let me say-avoid Samsung dryers This will be the 2nd heater coil replacement, as well as a drum motor replacement on this particular unit in about 7 years. You really have to disassemble the entire unit to get at the heater element-which is annoying. Considering cutting a hole in the side of the unit to save me time over the coming years.
Needless to say-I haven't managed to drift off to the shop much but I did squeeze in a few prep items which hopefully will add to my projects in time.
First was the PTWWFE adjustable box joint jig. I have to say the diagram is wrong in the book, luckily this becomes obvious as you are making the pieces and can be corrected on the fly.
First attempt with the 1/4 tooth.
Finally-some right angle triangles for securing frames/corners at 90 degrees, or 45 i guess
Hope you are all finding more time in the shop than I am.