Here we go, I managed to squeeze in two more quicki projects today. The first one is a bracket to hold the reverse osmosis water filter faucet. Since I was not in the mood to drill a hole into my glass tile countertop I decided to make a faucet holder with leftovers from my diamond plate. It was not quite as sturdy as I hope it would be, so I used a second reinforcement bracket on the underside, therefore you can see the two small screws on the top. I should have made the wall bracket a little bit wider to allow for a glass to sit there and be filled, as it is its about 3-4" too short.
The second item is a really cool little circuit tester, only about $12. I wish I had found it a long time ago. You basically stick it into the fuse holder and also put in a fuse up to 30 AMP into the circuit tester, then you power up the circuit, press the button and presto it will read out the number of amps your devices use. This little tester then allows you to install the perfect size fuse no more guessing. I was able to determine that my 4 LED computer ceiling fans only use 1.3 amps, so I installed a 3 amp fuse.
The shelf is about 3-4" too short for my taste
The fuse tester in action