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Ohmslaw

New EF Member
Hello everyone. I know an amp from a volt and a ring from a spur but despite being electrically trained and a background in Electrical Engineering, I’m not an Electrician. So I’ve joined to get opinion, advice and guidance from the experts, to help me with my DIY projects and to do things properly and safely. Thanks in advance for any help given.
 

Pete999

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Welcome OL
 

westward10

In echoed steps I walk across an empty dream.
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Welcome in.
 

Vortigern

Regular EF Member
I think you are in the right place! Must be a thousand years of expertise on here. As to DIY mhmmm moot point on this forum. Depends how deep down the rabbit hole you want to go. Anyhow welcome and happy fishing.
 

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