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  1. P666
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    P666 EF Member

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    I am have just finished my 3rd year at college and currently waiting to do my AM2.

    I am currently waiting to do a job and even tho trying to convince the customer away from the patio lights as they can be a pain to maintain due to water damage she is keen to have them.

    My question is the connections need to be accessible so my plan was to fit a wiska box on the Back wall of the patio drill through and run flex from each light protected by copex back to the wiska box and join them all there .

    How does this sound ?
     
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  2. Dave OCD
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    Dave OCD Electrician's Arms

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    That sounds fine to me, those lights are a pain though !
     
  3. Murdoch
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    Murdoch Electrician's Arms

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    What lights are you planning to use?
     
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  4. Dave OCD
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    Dave OCD Electrician's Arms

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    I assumed flush mounted uplighters ?
     
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  5. P666
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    P666 EF Member

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    Customer wants to supply

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  6. P666
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    P666 EF Member

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    Yes that will sit flush with the slab
     
  7. Pete999
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    CFlex and Copex buried?
     
  8. stevethesparks
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    stevethesparks Electrician's Arms

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    Try and pursued your customer to go ELV with their choice of lights.
     
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