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Needadvice123

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Alternative choc block failure cannot seem to find the one in the photo attached in common b and q Screwfix shops, can anyone give me the correct name of part? as it is not a normal choc block, or can anyone link me to the part for ease of purchase .
Thank you
 

Pete999

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Need piccy please.
 

Pete999

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Hello

Is it me your looking for
No it is a poor attempt at humour, looking for the picture the OP said he provided or am I reading his post wrong
 

pirate

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Is there a fixed 3 prong plug thingy that fits into that block?
You might be able to slot an ordinary, maybe slightly larger-sized chocblock onto it, if the orientation isn't critical. Or maybe adapt something like this:
https://cpc.farnell.com/camdenboss/ctsn433-12mf/10a-terminal-strip/dp/CN00144?mckv=sgdXBYUS3_dc|pcrid|224645161149|kword||match||plid||slid||product|CN00144|pgrid|45968746254|ptaid|pla-562716049596|&CMP=KNC-GUK-CPC-SHOPPING&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI6rzm6uLP4QIVCIXVCh1OIwd2EAQYAiABEgKyCPD_BwE

Need a pic of the other part that fits into the block!
 

ipf

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What are you changing.....and why?
If it's a new fitting, as seems by the base, let's have a look at the guts......where the connection is made.
If in doubt, contact someone qualified.
 

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