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Pete999

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Yeah good sparky, one question didn't see him fix the top of the DB back to the wall?
 
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pfffft lightweight, shame I didn't have mobile recording devices back in the day ;o)))))

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ruston

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I skipped a lot of it , but I thought he was into day two.
I don't know how many redundant circuits he had to find and the heights he may of had to work at , but that can eat into your time , especially if he needed permits etc...
 
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Also have to factor in he spent a few minutes here and there to keep stopping to explain what he was doing so his viewers understand.
It would be really boring if it was just a video a man taking a DB off the wall without any dialog.
I also like his little story about his old wooden screw driver , my dad has a very similar set...
 
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Nice that he added the extra couplers makes like a tad easier for him or anyone else in the future.
 
Top bloke, love how chilled out he is.
 
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Top bloke, love how chilled out he is.
The Scottish bloke that was on here could take a few lessons........ ;o)))))
 
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