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PostPosted: Sat Jul 11, 2009 9:43 pm 
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How to Hard Wire the Samsung PKG001 Stainless steel Single Oven and Ceramic Hob Package http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/product ... ionSection And also How To Disconnect The Whirlpool Generation 2000 Oven & Hob.


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heeelllooo echos and welcome :welcome: :welcome: :welcome:

need to know if your present circuits are up to the load
need to know your skills and capabilities for example could you change a plug a pendant light fitting and a double socket like for like in around an hour :thumbright:

and what precautions must you take before working on the light fitting or the socket !!!

and how would a camera or picture phone come in handy!!

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Hi Big-All and Thanks For the Welcome My Skills Yes I can change a Plug & a Light Fitting & a Socket and i recentlay Fitted an outside Socket in the Garden i got from B&Q , However All i didin't have a Timer on me , The Old Whirlpool Genaration 2000 Oven & Hob has been in since 2000 ,The House was rewired about 6 years ago and the FuseBox has Circuit Breakers Built in so i think the Circuits are up to the load. The Precautions i Take Before eny Electrical work is read the instructions Make sure its Safe and switched ''' OFF AT THE FUSEBOX ''' Digital Camera's are great About a year ago my Pullcord Switch for the Shower blue so i unscrewed it and before i took it off i took a picture of it too check whare all the wires went and done the Job .

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