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kung

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Hi guys
Just a quick tip when i do rewires etc on unoccupied domestic properties i have a cu attached to a board with a double socket fitted that way you can wire into the cutout and plug fridge/freezer into it that way you can remove cu tails from old cu cutout supply and free's up wiring/cu to work on and leave overnight with no pressure !
Only thing is pitty they arnt all unoccupied !
 
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electro

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Hi

Tip number two don't leave your tools there overnight.

Regards
 
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kung

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Hi

Tip number two don't leave your tools there overnight.

Regards
unless the mother in laws chained to them
 
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electro

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unless the mother in laws chained to them
you could get the mother in law to channel the walls out with her teeth...

Hi

Tip number three don't fall asleep overnight because its no longer unoccupied.....

Regards​
 
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andyb

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Hi guys
Just a quick tip when i do rewires etc on unoccupied domestic properties i have a cu attached to a board with a double socket fitted that way you can wire into the cutout and plug fridge/freezer into it that way you can remove cu tails from old cu cutout supply and free's up wiring/cu to work on and leave overnight with no pressure !
Only thing is pitty they arnt all unoccupied !
I think that I’m missing something here,
If a property is unoccupied why would it have a fridge/freezer in it?
 
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kung

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no no no lol thats furnished not ness occupied lol
 
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Spudnik

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I think that I’m missing something here,
If a property is unoccupied why would it have a fridge/freezer in it?

To keep the milk and biccys fresh.
 
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kung

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you got it Jason ! and the mother in laws stout.
 

andyb

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To keep the milk and biccys fresh.
Good thinking Jason,
I wasn’t up to speed there.
 
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Guest123

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Schoolboy error:D:D
 
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