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joe j

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i like the answer but not sure it's pc, and i got slated for putting forward my opinion and giving nothing constructive!!
on a constuctive note; have alook at OSG
 

joe j

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you're right, for that we need the Argos catalogue. Think the OSG says you should do it to the 'big book'.
 
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sparky-s-w

what are the necessary receptacles or equipment to be installed in a modern kitchin?
do you mean appliances = (oven, hob, microwave etc)
or supply & fixtures = (ring/radial, cooker switch, fuse spurs etc)
 
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Adam W

Can I take it from the way you've used the word 'receptacles' that you're in America?
If so all the sockets in the kitchen or utility room should be fed via a GFCI receptacle. You only need one in the room - the rest can be fed from it on the output side.
 

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From the last post I assume he is in Cameroon.
Washing machine, sink and deep fat fryer in my kitchen :)

(oh, and the wife uses a foreman grill)
 
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dim_bulb

Yet another vague opening post
too much to ask for description then?
 
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Swicade

All the tradesmen and not one mention of the most important kitchen appliance we all look forward to seeing......Kettle!
 
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Adam W

From the last post I assume he is in Cameroon.
Washing machine, sink and deep fat fryer in my kitchen :)

(oh, and the wife uses a foreman grill)
I suppose you could go trawling through someone's previous posts hunting for clues, but I don't see why I should have to. The way I see it you can add your location for a valid reason other than as a badge of pride.
 

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All the tradesmen and not one mention of the most important kitchen appliance we all look forward to seeing......Kettle!
OK, so in order of priority. 1. kettle. 2. woman ( that takes care of the washing, cooking, ironing, ) . 3 . fridge optional for those who prefer tasteless lager to real men's ale.
 
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Adam W

OK, so in order of priority. 1. kettle. 2. woman ( that takes care of the washing, cooking, ironing, ) . 3 . fridge optional for those who prefer tasteless lager to real men's ale.
Surely the fridge should go in the lounge, next to the sofa?
 
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