10 things everyone should know how to repair

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Fix a leaking faucet - There's nothing more annoying, and wasteful, than a leaking faucet. Luckily, you can easily fix it without a plumber. 

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Fix a clogged drain - Clogged drains always happen at the worst times. Keep a plunger and drain snake on hand to clear it up. It shouldn't take more than an hour.

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Jump a dead car battery - Knowing how to fix this problem can definitely come in handy, whether you own a car or not.

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Change a car's oil - Knowing how to change a car's oil is another thing that will make for a more self-sufficient life.

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Fix a running toilet - It's important to fix your running toilet. Fixing it won't only give your toilet a stronger flush, it can lower your water bill as well.

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Repair cracked grout - One day, even the best tile jobs will succumb to cracking grout. The good new is you can regrout without calling in a pro.

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Tighten a loose doorknob - Jiggly doorknobs are just painfully annoying. But there's no need to suffer when you can easily have them repaired.

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Fix the window screens - Window screens can get punctured or torn, but as long as the frame is fine, then the repairs are easy. And they'll be done in a few minutes.

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Repair your deck - Decks can easily have missing screws, squeaky nails, and wobbly railings. Fortunately, many of these problems are easily fixed by an average DIYer.

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Be on top of your HVAC - Annual maintenance wards off many HVAC problems. But if you have any minor problems, then you can usually fix them yourself.

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