• What causes a light bulb to get Hot?

    What causes a light bulb to get Hot?

    1. Is it the Voltage, Watts, Lumens? 2. I am looking for a replacement bulb for my (medium sized) Patriot Wax Warmer. 3. I need a bulb that gets hot enough to melt ALL of the wax. I bought a 20w replacement, but it DOESN'T get hot enough to melt all of the wax. (only the very center stays melted) ANY and... show more
    1. Is it the Voltage, Watts, Lumens? 2. I am looking for a replacement bulb for my (medium sized) Patriot Wax Warmer. 3. I need a bulb that gets hot enough to melt ALL of the wax. I bought a 20w replacement, but it DOESN'T get hot enough to melt all of the wax. (only the very center stays melted) ANY and ALL help is fully appreciated. THANKS in advance. P.S. I included a picture of which wax warmer that I have. It is a "Patriot Wax Warmer".
    12 answers · 13 hours ago
  • Will my PC be ok?

    Right well lets just say this, I bought some air cans for my PC and I have two concerns, when I was spraying at certain times water vapour sprayed out, onto my power supply, motherboard and fans, it wasn't a lot just a short burst, my PC was off while I was cleaning it. Another concern I have is i blew some of... show more
    Right well lets just say this, I bought some air cans for my PC and I have two concerns, when I was spraying at certain times water vapour sprayed out, onto my power supply, motherboard and fans, it wasn't a lot just a short burst, my PC was off while I was cleaning it. Another concern I have is i blew some of my fans with the duster and I have read online that this can affect and even break fans and other components doing this, would this be a problem. Yes I read through the instructions on the back and none of them say anything about water vapour and what specifically to use the can on so I really don't know, I'm just relying on the internet and you guys to help put my mind at ease really, so would these be a problem or am I overreacting. I haven't turned my pc on yet and I am waiting because if there is anywater vapour it should have gone by the time I boot it back up surely
    7 answers · 4 hours ago
  • I got this Initial 5.8 inch portable dvd player at the pawn shop. Everything works, except it does not charge and needs to be plugged in...?

    Best answer: I'd probably be scouting for a service video to see how easy the battery is to replace. If it's a standard battery then it's probably a cheap and easy fix. If it's none standard it'd come down to the cost of parts and time!
    Best answer: I'd probably be scouting for a service video to see how easy the battery is to replace. If it's a standard battery then it's probably a cheap and easy fix. If it's none standard it'd come down to the cost of parts and time!
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can I install LED light strips to my PC case without soldering?

    When I cut off the led strip can I tape it together with the MOLEX cable?
    When I cut off the led strip can I tape it together with the MOLEX cable?
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can I convert mono to stereo and vice versa?

    Best answer: The configuration you describe will work just fine, and it will preserve a stereo signal all the way to your PC. The question of whether it's "true stereo" depends entirely on whether the mic is actually a mic pair that RECORDS in stereo, or if it's just a conventional mic that records in mono... show more
    Best answer: The configuration you describe will work just fine, and it will preserve a stereo signal all the way to your PC.

    The question of whether it's "true stereo" depends entirely on whether the mic is actually a mic pair that RECORDS in stereo, or if it's just a conventional mic that records in mono and simply copies the mono signal over two (L & R) channels for simulated stereo.

    But, whether your mic is generating true stereo or simulated stereo, the adapter configuration you described will preserve that signal back to your PC.

    ...just remember to get stereo versions of the 3.5mm- 6.35mm Y adapters, instead of just mono splitters. The former create a mono left AND a mono right, so that the stereo is intact when you merge them back into a stereo 3.5mm.
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • I'm having issues with my 360000mah power bank.?

    Received it for Christmas. For a week, it worked great. Then I started having issues with it. It would charge my phone for an hour and then it would go from fully charged to a blinking light. Now it's barely lasting 30 minutes. What am I doing wrong? Am I not charging it long enough? Right now 3 lights are... show more
    Received it for Christmas. For a week, it worked great. Then I started having issues with it. It would charge my phone for an hour and then it would go from fully charged to a blinking light. Now it's barely lasting 30 minutes. What am I doing wrong? Am I not charging it long enough? Right now 3 lights are on and another one is blinking while it's charging.
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • Hi need I help??????????

    Best answer: 1- it will be better ... you study radio theory ... electromagnetic theory ... antenna theory .. 2- for building, testing, troubleshooting a radio transmitter you need special instruments .. do you have them? try to find a radio-amateur friend and work with him/her ..for a while ... the higher frequency has its... show more
    Best answer: 1- it will be better ... you study radio theory ... electromagnetic theory ... antenna theory ..
    2- for building, testing, troubleshooting a radio transmitter you need special instruments ..
    do you have them?
    try to find a radio-amateur friend and work with him/her ..for a while ...
    the higher frequency has its techniques ... for example ... an iron nail ( 3 cm length ) at lower frequencies ( 50 or 60 hz) acts as a short or zero ohm conductor but at uhf frequencies ( above 300 mhz ) it acts as an inductor (bobbine)...so you should learn these techniques ..
    good luck
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can increasing bass damage a mini speaker?

    Best answer: Of course. You are maxing out woofer cone movement. It could well "bottom out" causing damage. If you want deeper and louder bass, you need bigger speakers. Despite advances in electronics and miniaturization in recent decades, no one has been able to defy the laws of physics. For loud, deep bass, you... show more
    Best answer: Of course. You are maxing out woofer cone movement. It could well "bottom out" causing damage. If you want deeper and louder bass, you need bigger speakers. Despite advances in electronics and miniaturization in recent decades, no one has been able to defy the laws of physics. For loud, deep bass, you need big speakers. No way around it.
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Hello some telecommunications engineer and engineer in electronics I need your help?

    Best answer: A "digital TV decoder" is an extremely complex device,
    effectively a Very specialized computer.

    You would need to obtain a service manual for a specific decoder.
    Best answer: A "digital TV decoder" is an extremely complex device,
    effectively a Very specialized computer.

    You would need to obtain a service manual for a specific decoder.
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can I use american sockets in Europe?

    I'm going to order some electronics from US Amazon. They are using standard US plug. I can't buy adapters for some reasons. Pls answer me.
    I'm going to order some electronics from US Amazon. They are using standard US plug. I can't buy adapters for some reasons. Pls answer me.
    14 answers · 1 week ago
  • I made this little electrical thing where two leds are controlled by separate switches but when I have only one on it’s strong read details?

    Best answer: It sounds like you do not have current limiting resistors, or do not have them in the correct part of the circuit.

    Each LED needs its own series resistor to define the current that flows through it, independent of any other part of the circuit.
    Best answer: It sounds like you do not have current limiting resistors, or do not have them in the correct part of the circuit.

    Each LED needs its own series resistor to define the current that flows through it, independent of any other part of the circuit.
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • HELP more pedal board trouble?

    HELP more pedal board trouble. After experimenting with many amps and many pedals i finally came accross the pedal board setup and Amp i was happy with. Id gigged a few times and i liked what i was hearingand recieved good feedback. HOWEVER i decided that my overall board was too small and the pedals seemed too... show more
    HELP more pedal board trouble. After experimenting with many amps and many pedals i finally came accross the pedal board setup and Amp i was happy with. Id gigged a few times and i liked what i was hearingand recieved good feedback. HOWEVER i decided that my overall board was too small and the pedals seemed too cramped (i was hitting more than one with one press) so i upgraded the size of it. Set up mt pedals in the same order nothing new. But now for some reason i get an enourmous amount of hiss on my Gain channel, now i had this hiss before but wasily got rid of it with my Boss NS2 but now theres nothing i can do. I always crank my volume as if it was a live situation and mute my guitar to see what unwanted noise i get. Even with a noise supressor in the loop AND in front of the amo i cant get rid of the hiss. Literally nothing has changed (other than adding a second noise suppressor as an experiment) can anyone give me any advice? Im getting sick of messing with pedals now as ive been at this for years and it never seems to go right. Thanks
    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • How thin is the thinnest usable coaxial cable?

    Bought some cable on ebay, thought it was a good idea. Says 50ohm in the description, and I need a 50ohm feed for the mfj cub I plan on building. I wasn t to sure when receiving it, though. Its thin. Really thin! Only about 3mm diameter. I was expecting around 6mm! On the other hand, it s super flexible... So.... show more
    Bought some cable on ebay, thought it was a good idea. Says 50ohm in the description, and I need a 50ohm feed for the mfj cub I plan on building. I wasn t to sure when receiving it, though. Its thin. Really thin! Only about 3mm diameter. I was expecting around 6mm! On the other hand, it s super flexible... So. Have I made a bad decision? Should I get better cable? The full length is 5m. Is that too much for this cable?
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Single line or separate lines for atms?

    When there is more than one atm at a location, are there separate lines for each atm machine, or is there one single line for all of the atms?
    When there is more than one atm at a location, are there separate lines for each atm machine, or is there one single line for all of the atms?
    6 answers · 1 week ago