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Feature & Functions:
1. High resolution 7” TFT LCD screen
2. Hands free intercom, viewing at indoor and remote lock open
3. Touch screen button on acrylic panel design
4. Photo &Video manually/auto record and playback, with SD card ( up to 32G)Port.
5. 2-Wire no polarity connection between indoor & outdoor unit.
6. Maximum 3 indoor monitors can work with 1 outdoor station.
|Screen Size(inch)||7 inch(16:9 show)|
|Material||ABS Plastic body|
|Effective Display area||158X86mm|
|Viewing Angle||horizontal110°, Vertical: 90°|
|Power input||DC15-17V from power adapter|
|Ring tone||25melody or by customer request|
Like us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/DiyForKnuckleheads?ref=hl How to fix a hole in drywall using a really simple drywall repair method. How to fix a hole in plasterboard. How to fix a hole in Sheetrock. All these problems can be sorted out with the same drywall repair method. Everyone at some stage in their life will need to patch a hole in either drywall, plasterboard or sheetrock (please be aware that all three of these products are basically the same thing). Instead of doing some dodgy patchwork, watch this video to see how simple the job is. The steps are as follow in point form. This method is particularly suitable for holes that are larger than about 100mm or 4 inch’s in size.
For a smaller hole l would go for a repair known as a hotpatch or a California Patch. I will do a video on this one in the future.
Cut a section of drywall from a scrap bit about one inch larger than the hole on all sides.
Place that drywall / plasterboard / sheetrock patch over the hole in the wall and trace around it.
Cut that traced out section from the wall using a utility knife and a hole saw paying careful attention to check behind the wall prior to cutting with your hand to see if there are any potential hazards such as wiring or pipework.
Screw into place two timber (or equivalent) battens on either side of the hole. This serves a solid backing for the drywall / plasterboard / sheetrock patch.
Place drywall /plasterboard / sheetrock patch over the timber battens and screw into place.
Place fiberglass drywall / plasterboard / sheetrock joint tape around the the joins of the newly inserted patch paying special attention to not overlap the tape as this will cause the patch to stick out from the rest of the wall.
Mix up some cornice cement (joint compound) to a toothpaste like consistency and apply one coat to the fiberglass tape covering all the tape. Let the compound dry. Once it has dried lightly sand off any high spots.
Apply a second coat of cornice cement to the drywall patch this time feathering the compound out further to help disguise the patch. Once dry, slightly sand again to remove any high spots and also to feather out the edge.
Apply one coat of ‘Topping Compound’ (this is an ultra smooth final coat) to the patch feathering out further once again to produce a seamless finish to the existing wall face. Once dry, which will be at least 24 hours in good conditions (read the back of the container for drying times and conditions), sand the patch back with a 150 grit sandpaper until you are satisfied with the end result. Be patient and methodical with this last sand as it is your last chance to make sure the job has been done correctly. Once you paint, the quality of your patching job will be revealed!!! Be warned!
Finally Step 10:
Wash the patch down with a damp rag, wait for it to dry and apply a paint primer to the patch. Once dry this can be followed up with two coats of paint to match the colour of the existing wall.
So there you have it. All done! Piece of cake really. Don’t be afraid of it. Have a crack and add it to your list of successful DIY Projects.
Last but not least, here are the links to the two movies that l mentioned in my video.
‘How to Mix Drywall Compound’
‘How to Cut Drywall’
Look for Video 4 in the series coming up soon.
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