Welcome Reddit's International Electrical Worker Community. Talk shop, show off pictures of your work, get general help, and ask code related questions. Help your fellow Redditors crack the electrical code.
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/r/woodworking is your home on reddit for furniture, toys, tools, wood, glue, and anything else that has to do with woodworking as a hobby or profession. Please submit links to how-to pages and videos, pictures of beautiful and amazing pieces, and your own work for us to admire, or help you finish.
HomeNetworking is a place where anyone can ask for help with their home or small office network.
No question is too small, but please be sure to read the rules and posting guidelines before asking for help.
We also welcome product reviews, and pretty much anything else related to small networks.
Appliance repair advice and solutions from do-it-yourselfers and experts alike. Post your questions and get answers to all of your burning appliance questions. This sub is geared toward homeowners seeking advice on their own appliances. If you are a tech then please join us at r/ApplianceTechTalk.
Cartalk is a great place full of many redditors with a wide variety of backgrounds ranging from professional mechanics to guys who have restored entire cars in their garage. Have a question about fixing a car on your own? Post away - someone here can probably help you. Have an answer or just a good tip? Please share in the comments.