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Thanks Scruff.


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Thanks for sharing such useful information. This provides a brief description about different kinds of bidet and also very helpful to prevent water regulations. keep sharing such informational stuff.

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marvindsoza wrote:Thanks for sharing such useful information. This provides a brief description about different kinds of bidet and also very helpful to prevent water regulations. keep sharing such informational stuff.

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I think the regs may be different in India.

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Marvelous stuff - Just what I need to read when the wife is watching 'Eastenders' :cheers:
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I suppose I'd better do my water regs sometime :lol:
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Wras :huray: yep as a plumber stroke gas engineer :lol: i had to do the Wras exam, it was erm? ok. all about air gaps how too's etc, glad i done it though, stops the backfill when people plumb in b days the wrong way. yuk!!
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Razor wrote:I suppose I'd better do my water regs sometime :lol:
Thought I had that covered 20 yrs ago :pottytrain2:
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maybe They can help: Or not. Mod 2.
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I have done mine cant remember any of it but does it run out?
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No time limit because it is an open book technical certificate, they will probably try and change it to wrangle more money out of people
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