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  1. GMES

    Staff announcement / Banned & Old members

    Hi Guy's As members of various forums a few of you will know that another forum is to close down soon, After a Discussion with Dan and Other Admin I am here to let everyone know that an olive branch as been offered to all Banned members that all are welcome to re-join the Electricians forum, the...
  2. Spoon

    Camels banned from Saudi beauty contest over Botox

    This is just great. :tearsofjoy::tearsofjoy::tearsofjoy::tearsofjoy: Botoxed camels banned from beauty contest - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-42802901 We should have a 'sheep' one..
  3. L

    IM BACK GUYS!

    Good evening fellow electrical pals, I was on a ban but not anymore! I hope you havent missed me too much!
  4. V

    Domestic Halogen Gu10's Banned From Sept 1st

    I don't know if there is another thread on this? But I can't find one. I got an email the other day saying that directional halogen bulbs (which includes GU10) would be banned/phased out from 1st Sept 2016. I must admit I know there were murmurings a couple of years ago about EU legislation...
  5. Pete999

    Quiet

    Where is everyone? been a bit quiet lately
  6. R

    My builder

    Hope you all can help im thinking of joining my builder is it any good?
  7. telectrix

    socket safety guards

    hi, all. have heard that those plastic safety thingies you plug in have been banned as the "earth pin" can break off in the socket, leaving the shutters permanently open. , so i am advising my customers to bin them. anyone confirm whether or not they are actually banned?
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