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Cirrus

If I was in the trade 20 yrs ago I might have thought that was my work you just uncovered;):p
 
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tony.towa

I hope the customer was as impressed with the quality of workmanship as we are!!! :eek::eek:

Just as well he was having the tiles replaced, by the look of things.
 
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I hope the customer was as impressed with the quality of workmanship as we are!!! :eek::eek:

Just as well he was having the tiles replaced, by the look of things.
The customer is just glad that it's going to be done properly I think. He tells me that the guy he paid to do it (when it was first built) was an electrician:eek::eek:
We've had to strip off 2 layers of tiles to get at this so whoever did the kitchen the second time around obviously wasn,t overly concerned with the state of the electrics either.

BTW does anyone know where I can get hold of the special insulating material that has been used to cover the choc block in the back box, or do you think a double wrapping of an old swandwich bag will do? :)
 
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Nah, just pump some silicone in!
Good idea. Never thought of that. Cheers Cirrus.:) Now I won,t have to rewire the lighting circuit:)

BTW does anyone know what IP rating silicone has. I've looked in the 17th but I can't find any reference to it.:eek:
 
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tony.towa

Getting posh with silicone aren't you Cirrus?

What's wrong with cling film???? :D
 
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