From eyeglasses, to office chairs, cherished childhood stuffed animals, and trinkets and toys. Dorors, walls, furniture and floors, popcorn ceilings and ceiling fans. Appliances, kitchen utensils, drills, chainsaws, and machines of all ilk. Someone here is going to try to help you fix it when it's busted.
Post a detailed description of your issue and the friendly users here will do their best to sort you out. When posting do your best to include:
A detailed description of the problem.
If there is a part number or a model number on something you suspect or know to be at issue definitely include that.
A description of the event(s) or circumstances that lead up to or were present at the time the issue arose.
Detailed photos are often a plus. This can mean, for example, close up photos of a part as well as photos from farther back, and/or different angles, which give significant context.
Continuing on with the photos, you certainly can use a banana for scale something with actual graduations on it will probably be better. You're smart, you'll know when a banana is good enough too.
There are things that are too dangerous for us to handle here. This can include certain electrical jobs, or natural gas plumbing jobs for example. Rule of thumb, if there's any reasonable chance you could get hurt or killed if something went awry you'll probably be directed to find yourself an expert.
We strive above all to be a sub that provides a community service, and as such we hold ourselves to certain standards. Keep the comments on-topic, you can make jokes, it's fine, just don't go off the rails. Do not market anything here without asking the mods first (spoiler, we're gonna say no), don't be posting links to Amazon.com with affiliate codes in them either. Don't post about things you've already solved or made, /r/DIY is a better place for that.
Don't engage in racism, sexism, creeedism, homophobia, transphobia, or general assholery. The banhammer is swift and unforgiving.
Further to this goal of providing a service; If someone's comment provides you with a working solution to your issue (or if you just plain figure it out for yourself) post a comment singling out what the solution ultimately was and please flair your post as Fixed. Hopefully this will let future readers learn from our collective successes.
Above all else: Be Excellent to Each Other
/r/fixxit -- two x's, they do motorcycles over there.
/r/whatisthisthing -- sometimes you don't even know what it is that broke!