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  1. Spoon242
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    Guys,

    I am calling in at a customers home on my way home this evening to look at a spot light which has stopped working. I don't know if it's a simple as the the lamp has blown or indeed what type spot lamps are fitted.

    The cutomer also complains of brown staining around the fittings which they also would like looked in to.
    I was reading the other day somewhere and can not remember where about GU10's and the different types available, does anyone have a handy guide I can print out with the GU10 type symbols on please?
     
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    Thanks handysparks, that is where I was reading it. I will print a copy out for the customer to read )
     
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