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  1. casperLennon
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    casperLennon Regular EF Member

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    5EAE37A1-C127-4ECD-A928-CEE0307D26DC.jpeg C804E68C-2FB3-487B-AC6D-BE85B03166D1.jpeg What about this then
     
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  2. kingeri
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    kingeri Trusted Advisor

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    Nothing wrong with it. Brilliant job, that!
     
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  3. casperLennon
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    That’s what I thought
     
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  4. wirepuller
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    Would pass some of the PAT tests I've come across.
     
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  5. Vortigern
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    Vortigern Electrician's Arms

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    Who in tarnation did that, or is it a fake?
     
  6. casperLennon
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    No fake. The site I’m on has foreign plasterers living in a cabin. This was on there cooker. My mate went and cut it off.
     
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  7. kingeri
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    kingeri Trusted Advisor

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    Is that t&e 4mm^2 or 6mm^2? They've given it a haircut, sure were determined to get it in there! Loving the reversed polarity too.
     
  8. casperLennon
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    6mm. It was taped up around the edge so didn’t even see the earth at first. Look like 1.5 from a distance that’s why I picked it up
     
  9. Murdoch
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    Surprised they bothered with the CPC
     
  10. 123
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    123 Electrician's Arms

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    They've used the cord grip, what's the problem?
     
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  11. buzzlightyear
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    buzzlightyear Electrician's Arms

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    I have to get one of them.is it from your friendly orange house .
     
  12. casperLennon
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    casperLennon Regular EF Member

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    The problem is they used black tape and not white. Shame on them tape fiends
     
  13. Dave OCD
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    Dave OCD Electrician's Arms

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    The efforts idiots will go to eh.
     
  14. snowhead
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    snowhead Trusted Advisor

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    Obviously forgot to connect CPC so slipped it in after the plug top was on.
     
  15. buzzlightyear
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    buzzlightyear Electrician's Arms

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    was the plug off the plaster mixer. considering plaster and scarper fitted it.
     
  16. BarryJ90
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    BarryJ90 Trainee Access

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    Quality work that, I will use that image as a guide for how to wire up on my college course :sunglasses:
     
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  17. jackhammerJIM
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    Foreign plasters . I have just one question ...

    Do they clean back boxes out ????
     
  18. casperLennon
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    casperLennon Regular EF Member

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    No they definitely do not.
     
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  19. PEG
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    PEG Trusted Advisor

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    So,i suppose they will be using the piece of plywood and three nails adapter?;)
     
  20. Dave Rudderham
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    Dave Rudderham Active EF Member

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    whack a sticker on it, it'll be fine!
     
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  22. Dave Rudderham
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    i do hope that's a mickey take lol
     
  23. Pete999
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    Pete999 Trusted Advisor

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    I would hazard a guess that is exactly what it is meant to, you have to be sixpence short of a shilling to think anything else. Six pence= 2.5 new pence a shilling 5 new pennies. I think twas a long time ago.
     
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  24. cartellll
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    cartellll New EF Member

    They cant do that ? Where is PAT testing labels on plug and must be class one appliance as i can see CPC clearly :mad::mad::mad:
     
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