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 Bristan fixing kit with Mira Atom ERD - Source SourceBristan fixing kit with Mira Atom ERD
 on Sat Jan 19, 2019 10:26 am

Plumbing Forum

Bristan fixing kit with Mira Atom ERD

I have H&C pipes coming out of the tiles at 150 centres ready to fit a shower. The shower is a Mira Atom ERD and came with those silly offsett connectors. I got the Bristan fixing kit 10 to surface mount to secure ...

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Post by Markh1
 look for conveyor belt for building: suggestions? - Source Sourcelook for conveyor belt for building: suggestions?
 on Sat Jan 19, 2019 10:13 am

Building Forum

look for conveyor belt for building: suggestions?

I saw conveyor belt for construction, move scrap and debris,
where can I find a seller and a renter to compare prices?

^_^ Max1980

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Post by Max1980
 cold air through wall - Source Sourcecold air through wall
 on Sat Jan 19, 2019 8:42 am

General DIY forum

cold air through wall

hi,
decorating the upstairs of my victorian terrace i have removed lining paper from walls, and as expected some plaster has detached from the lathe along with the paper. less expected was the cold air that now rushes through these gaps. the offending walls are those ...

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Post by 4bs
 Can anyone tell me what this may cost? - Source SourceCan anyone tell me what this may cost?
 on Sat Jan 19, 2019 1:42 am

Building Forum



Can anyone tell me what this may cost?

Hi all. Currently buying my first investment property. I’m a total newbie and don’t know much about what things cost. Got survey back today and it highlighted these two ‘major’ issues. Can anyone tell me roughly what it could cost? Any help ...

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Post by Jwillis
 Best outdoor sealant for salty sea air (that lasts) ? - Source SourceBest outdoor sealant for salty sea air (that lasts) ?
 on Fri Jan 18, 2019 11:12 pm

Building Forum



Best outdoor sealant for salty sea air (that lasts) ?

I need to seal my balcony from the outside using scaffolding to reach it. Its a 5th floor seaside balcony

https://imgur.com/a/uaZNU3O

(pvc windows, painted concrete, brick)
and when the storms come off ...

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Post by whitedragon101
 Newel Pegs - Source SourceNewel Pegs
 on Fri Jan 18, 2019 9:49 pm

Carpentry/Joinery Forum



Newel Pegs

70mm square pine newel base, but the peg newel I saw on Burbridge's site had a 50mm diameter peg. Will only 10mm each side and some adhesive really take the strain of being shoved?

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Post by AlwaysLearning
 Dewalt XR logo - Source SourceDewalt XR logo
 on Fri Jan 18, 2019 9:21 pm

Tool Talk



Dewalt XR logo

Hi

With my son-in-law and he just purchased a dewalt 5AH battery, but the logo is different to the ones i have seen online

We are in the UK

heres a picture of the logo on the battery which as i say is different from all other ...

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Post by etaf
 Electrical wiring question - Source SourceElectrical wiring question
 on Fri Jan 18, 2019 7:38 pm

Electric Forum UK



Electrical wiring question

In my bedroom I have 2 switches that are wired into the lighting circuit. They are wired as follows: 2 reds into the top terminal, 1 red into the bottom terminal, 3 blacks linked together and not connected and 3 earths linked together and fixed to the ...

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Post by JimboX
 Filling holes suitable for re drilling - Source SourceFilling holes suitable for re drilling
 on Fri Jan 18, 2019 5:25 pm

Plastering Forum



Filling holes suitable for re drilling

I am wanting to fill some holes and re drill them.

It will need to be able to take the weight of a tv bracket and tv, what would you suggest using, what is the strongest stuff to use?

Thanks

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Post by mark8par
 metal back box - plasterboard - Source Sourcemetal back box - plasterboard
 on Fri Jan 18, 2019 4:34 pm

Electric Forum UK



metal back box - plasterboard

Hi,

I have a single socket metal back box within plasterboard. I want to remove this and make the outlet into a double socket.
I can't see how this is fixed in place, there are no screws or nails ?
The pictures show what look ...

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