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My microwave is only 700watts and my fridge is a large mini fridge not the teeny ones. Can I stack the microwave on top of my fridge and plug them both into the same outlet. The booklet says not to but they're so low powered and I only have a few outlets in my bedroom. I'm pretty sure everything is on... show more

What is best smart watch?

7 answers · 5 days ago

It s a 1948 Hamilton Perry with the stretch band, restoration costs $220

When ever I see those electronic things that display your speed, I go really fast. I don’t even know why they have those. It just makes me want to see how fast I can get up to before I pass it. Does anyone do this ?

I got myself in a pickle today boys...fishing in tidal creeks and my phone's GPS absolutely wouldn't work all day. This isn't the first time that's happened, but either I knew how to get back home anyway or it eventually worked. What makes GPS devices that big boaters use different (always work)... show more

Best answer: Faith in digital and buying a new alarm clock every 5 to 7 years is why. SEE THE BRAINWASHING ALL HAIL CAPITALISM DOES?

Best answer: There are no supercapacitors in DVD players. There are no cool projects to be done with supercapacitors. They are a lot smaller and less capable than you seem to think. You need to understand that while they do store a lot of energy compared to regular capacitors, they are used mainly for applications that... show more

I want a fan that pretty much can replace air conditioning. I want it to run so cold I feel like I am in Alaska. I'm exaggerating but I want a good quality fan.

I recently got a Dell Alienware desktop PC and for some reason it only plays audio in the left ear of my headset. To make matters worse, when I go to the control panel, my headset does not appear as a listed device. Any solutions?


I have LED strip lights that can be cut, they are 16.5 ft long, 12V, 5amp. I figured the wattage was 3.66 Watts per foot. I am cutting about 8-10 inch pieces for a craft project and need to figure out how to power them. What size plug-in or battery pack would I need? Do I need a 12V, 5 AMP plugin or smaller?... show more

Best answer: yes. But what about photonics?

Best answer: With no clues what brand or model, if any damage to them, how to guess? Contact maker for support or search Google or take to a repair shop or junk them.

My main question is how to charge my phone in America and not burn it or make it explode. I've heard that our voltages are different. How do I take care of this? My charger says input: 100-240V frequency: 50-60Hz.

So I have a car from the 80s and one of the things it has is an automatic tilt mirror, built by Gentex, but it no longer works. Go figure. The thing is physically in excellent condition, as is the circuit board since I removed it to take a look, but the mirror just doesn't function. I've come to a... show more