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  1. Murdoch
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    Murdoch Electrician's Arms

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    So, customer decided they wanted B&Q chrome switches, sockets etc.... being 2nd fixing today and the dual dryline box, for side by side S FCU's is a problem - the S FCU's are wider than "conventional" units so I can't fix them properly.

    So does anyone know of a dual dryline box, where the boxes are slightly further apart?

    Hope this makes sense

    Thanks
     
  2. Cadgey123
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    I have stopped using dual boxes for this reason. Nightmare when they overlap
     
  3. telectrix
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    telectrix Scouser and Proud of It Trusted Advisor

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    is it possible to take the dry line box/es out , fit noggins and metal back box/es?

    or...find close matches for the faceplates that fit existing boxes.
     
  4. Murdoch
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    Hum... bit of a long story but the builders built the wall poorly - my original boxes are still in the wall, with the dryline boxes in front AND an air gap....... so not easy to achieve ....
     
  5. Cadgey123
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    Haha how many sheets of plasterboard to lose the original boxes and still have room for new dry liners?
     
  6. Murdoch
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    ^^ only 1, and a ton of muck!
     
  7. Cadgey123
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    Cadgey123 Regular EF Member

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    Dot and Dab?

    12.5mm board & 100mm of Adhesive lol
     
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  9. LankyWill
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    LankyWill Electrician's Arms

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    What about extender boxes, you could re drill the lug
     
  10. 123
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    123 Electrician's Arms

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    Click Scolmore - 2 1 Gang Dry Lining Boxes (WA087P) and 1 Link (GA100)

    That will give you the extra few mm you need
     
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  11. Murdoch
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    Murdoch Electrician's Arms

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    That sounds absolutely perfect

    Thanks.
     
  12. Midwest
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    Midwest Electrician's Arms

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    As a matter of interest, did it work Murdoch?
     
  13. Murdoch
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    Murdoch Electrician's Arms

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    No - still close together - so the answer was 2 x 1G 47mm boxes and long screws....

    Thanks for the input from you all.
     
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