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You'll probably guess after reading this post for help that i'm not an electrician!
I've built a 4-wheel buggy utilising a mobility scooter motor and wish to slow down the acceleration rate.
I am utilising the twist grip throttle from a...
Having worked on site with women, they seem to come in two forms, one a really good worker or Barbie with "Eeew, I broke a nail".
Probably if there were a lot more ladies in the trade there would be more of a cross section
Over the last couple of weeks I have had some bother with a leaking Kitchen tap, not a cheap one, quite expensive to be honest. Any way the Guy who installed it for me is very elusive, annoying to be honest, promised to replace it under guarantee etc, just ignored all my calls and texts, so much...
My wife rang me on Saturday with a message .. help I have a puncture - flagged up by the cars on board computer.
She has a 18 month old Audi, so as the tyre had not gone completely down and looked normal she managed to make it home.
As it was after 6pm and all garages are closed, I called Audi...
My dad keeps saying that the grass is not always greener on the other side, was considering quitting the good company & moving back home & go on the agency, & have a life where I can attend night school and be around family.
What is the agency like? is it worth it.
& how would I get the best...
After several years with a sky dish, my parents asked me to do something with their old aerial setup. The aerial, high up on the gable was a perfect perch for the local pigeons to sit and make a mess on their doorstep.
They have a Panasonic tv in the living room, connected with a sky+ box, and...
I finished my Level 3 diploma at college last year and am wondering what would be the best path for me to take for the next step. Its taken from last June for my college to get back to me re: the NVQ so i dont have much confidence in their organisation of the next part for me but as far as i...
what is maximum amount of spur sockets taken from a main , the main amperage can be changed easily the wiring is 2.5 and a ring main is not possible without a lot of work as this is a large old house which has been wired this way , there will only be one large consumer a water heater .
My last builder's electrician installed wiring ready for the installation of an electric shower.
It is a flatish cable about 15mm wide for the widest dimension and has "2x6+2.5mm 2" (2=squared) marked on it.
When looking for an electrician to wire in a shower to it one told me that it...
I have been asked to put two lights on two 30ft floodlight pylons. (one on each)
They need to be at around 6-8ft high. It will be a new circuit and run in SWA.
Is it 'correct' or acceptable to run the cable up the pylon to that height? (on the outside)
Also, any ideas on cable fixings...
Hi , meeting mp because I want to highlight the unfairness of the Scottish Governments Guidance in favour of companies who are registered with Napit . select, Elecsa and Nickit. Also to highlight bias against self employed electricians,as laid out in annex A of this guidance any of you guys got...
I'm changing the sidebar banners, working my way up from the bottom for some reason, I've only just realised that lol
Think they look better and more professional like that than the old smaller ones with text under them?
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