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  1. Simon Linton

    Simon Linton Regular EF Member

    Altrincham, Cheshire
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    Simon Linton - Domestic Electrician
    Working on a refurbishment of an early 1980's flat and found this in the kitchen. DSC_0280.JPG
    Yellow conduit is plastic, so it could be gas. Does anyone know what it is?
  2. Ian1981

    Ian1981 Electrician's Arms

    North east
    Yellow identified pipe.
    My money is on gas
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  3. Vortigern

    Vortigern Electrician's Arms

    Business Name:
    F.H. Electrical
    Looks like a gas poker to start up a wood or coal fuelled aga or raeburn.
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  4. Midwest

    Midwest Electrician's Arms

    I had advised about taking the Michael, but...Simon on you on a steep learning curve?
  5. dmxtothemax

    dmxtothemax Regular EF Member

    Business Name:
    David Haddock Electronic Repairs
    My money is also on gas line.
    In Australia yellow is gas line for sure !
    QUOTE = [ Yellow Gas Pipe is intended to be used for the supply of gaseous fuels ]
  6. telectrix

    telectrix Scouser and Proud of It Trusted Advisor

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    it's deffo gas. looked at it yesterday with OP. what it was for, i ain't got a scooby. maybe a gas fridge???
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