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The apprentice

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hi there can anyone show me a dundee 2 way journeymin was showing me today bits and bobs of it bit i would like to get the full understanding of it as he he was showing me quickly thanks
 

Rpa07

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is this crocodile Dundee you are asking ?;)
He’s not a relative of yours is he Buzz?
Do we have journeymen here? I think not! or is it a Scottish thing?
 

Charlie_

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I watched that film last night..
No mention of any 2 way switches but he did have a big knife
 
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The apprentice

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thats what they call it a dundee 2 way iam from fife scotland dundee is up the road its haha its a 2 way but a very difrent way of doing it
 

westward10

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Journeyman is an old term for a tradesman who is past the apprentice stage but has not achieved craft status, could well be a US term. No idea what a Dundee 2 is.
 

Rpa07

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Someone will be along soon to help you out - they’re probably still eating tea.
In the meantime, brush up on your punctuation and spelling, it really does help the answering of the question.
All the best Apprentice.
 
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littlespark

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Dundee 2?..... Dundee have never scored 2.

I worked in Dundee for a bit.... One piece of advice; always have two sparks on a job. One to do the work, the other to keep the van moving.
Sit parked for too long in Fintry and some bugger will have the wheels off.
 

buzzlightyear

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I worked in liverpool for a bit.... One piece of advice; always have two sparks on a job. One to do the work, the other to keep the van moving.
Sit parked for too long in and some bugger will have the wheels off.
LOL.:)
 

westward10

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Are you referring to two way switching for lighting.
 

Taylortwocities

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Don't tell me there's electricity in Dundee now. Blimey, that's progress. They'll be wanting independence next......
 

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