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Hello all,
I'm working on a TV programme. I'm looking for an electrician that might use ferrets for cabling or would be willing to appear on camera and work with them. If this is something that might be of interest, please let me know on this forum and I can contact you. This is UK based only. Thanks
 
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adamh

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can i wear gloves and a ski mask??
 
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wayne

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can you fit a ferret down a 20mm conduit?
seen an hamster escape from its cage via what must have been a 10/15mm hole !
 

benji

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did some car park/street ltg.afew years ago couldn't get through one of the ducts,unable to pinpoint exact blockage .A local character fetched his feret in c/w mini transmitter strapped on its back he had a receiver aptly called a feret finder shoved the feret down the duct and tracked it's route from above tarmac ,when signal stopped moving and turned back we dug down it was bang on the blockage
yours benji
 
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Cirrus

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Wayne - keep your felching habits to yourself:D:D
 
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Shakey

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can you fit a ferret down a 20mm conduit?
seen an hamster escape from its cage via what must have been a 10/15mm hole !
seen a hamster escape from a 10/15mm hole, but that was on a DVD that I DONT wanna watch again:eek:

Wayne - keep your felching habits to yourself:D:D
Cirrus, ask Uncle Shakey and i will tell you what felching actually is, and its nothing to do with hamsters:p
 
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Andy M

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I'll do it !

i used to keep ferrets (although never in my trousers)

i am an electrician

and i have appeared on television before.
 
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PAUL M

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Lol,i Have Heard Of A Loft Rat But Not A Ferret,wouldnt Mind Half A Dozen Though Can They Do Board Changes As Well.got 2 Be A Wind Up Me Thinks.
 
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