Have you ever used Youtube to learn how to do your own repairs?
I discovered an issue with my freezer, which turned out to be a gasket. I don't want to pay someone to fix it, so I turned to Youtube to find out if I could replace the piece by myself. The new gasket cost $70, and is a very simple piece to replace. I also learned how to build a custom window screen by watching a video, and it cost less than $30.00
Yes I have. I also use youtube to learn more about plants that I am trying to grow, about new technologies... you name it... from daily news to an old JFK speech, good chance you can find it on YouTube.
Yes I have, many times. The one we just finished was the composite kitchen sink install. YouTube is very helpful.
Yes, my husband uses it a lot to find out how to fix problems on his guitar. I use it for problems with the internet or computer programs. VERY useful.
by Rockerzz7 years ago
Please mention the full song names and attach links if possible.
by Stacie L2 years ago
How did you learn to make repairs yourself?Many people can't afford to pay a repairmen to change toilets, stop leaky pipes, replace wall switches and eliminate mice from the house.How did you learn to make your own...
by weaver4 years ago
Do you own a drum and if you do... you ever play it or... know how?
by StayPos6 years ago
Do you now or have you ever own a small business?If so, what did you like or dislike about it?
by Dale Mazurek5 years ago
I am not usually into posting things like this but I just had to post this.I know many of you have probably seen it but im sure many havent.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=518XP8prwZoCheersDale
by AlanSwenson7 years ago
Is anyone making their own videos for hubs?I am almost done making my first one from scratch. I was wondering if other people have ventured down this road. It is pretty time consuming.
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