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Recently been watching a few Youtube videos/ blogs of sparks filming their day to day stuff. Just wondering about if this is good thing for the trade?
Surely it gives the DIYers some more info on carrying out stuff that should be left to qualified folk..
Any thoughts ?
Hey chaps, there's a few YouTube channels I watch from time to time, sparkyninja is good, very informative. I like John Wards stuff too, very dry delivery. Thomas Nagy's channel is good to have a little cry at London's prices. Any recommendations on what other people have a look at?
Yes I am an Anorakhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxQ5fA-Ry1kbut Jesus this takes the biscuit.
More Follow later, ignore if you wish, I reckon this should be called Electric Comedy, Iknow you don;t need to tell me what a sad F===== I am
Please check out the latest video from the recent ELEX trade show at Ally Pally.
It was out first show in North London and it attracted 3,298 tradesmen over the 2 days.
Next show: Manchester, Event City 9th & 10th March
I'm looking to fit a light in the cupboard under my stairs, there is a single socket on the wall next to the cupboard door in the hallway with the wires clipped on the inside.
Not certain yet if this is a spur or on the normal ring circuit but if it's a spur then could I possibly fit a 13a...
Well we get new ones every year anyone remember "ticker ticker timex la la la"
Well it aint christmas till the coca cola advert comes on itv.
Well now we have an english version by cadburys! Well we would have but cadburys is owned by Mondelez (kraft foods an american company)
Does this look...
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