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Well me and the lads Cubit.

 

Anyway then I pointed out, what if she was baking a cake, especially fruit one like, and had a shower meanwhile?

 

Next thing I know I gets kicked off the job and thats how I started as an alarm monkey.

 

Funny old world. I think at least one of the old birds died in a fire you know?


So, I've decided to take my work back underground.... to stop it falling into the wrong hands

 

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ok then clever ******** just going to go a little diverse here ;) whats the maximum n umber of socket outlets you could have on a ring main?

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I am not aware of any numerical limit


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ok then clever ******** just going to go a little diverse here ;) whats the maximum n umber of socket outlets you could have on a ring main?

hundreds

 

In arfwits house.

 

for everyone else, it depends on expected load.

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"Bother!", said Pooh, as he found his smack had talc in it.

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What is happening?

 

 

 

Did someone doubt his electrical knowledge?


30 years of experience, ssaib approved family business.

We have a very long list of clients that we are very proud chose to use us. We have never bought out any other company or forced anyone to use us. All of our customers are free to leave us whenever they wish, yet very few ever have. This is down to the fact that we always put our best into every job.

http://alarmguard.co.uk

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I'm surprised more don't do this, after all its like a free bonus, although you have to use the oven more I suppose :hmm:

You could always leave the oven door open, but obviously take longer to cook your dinner, using 1.5mm allows you to do both.

 

Quite clever i thought.

lol.

Exactly what i thought.


I really can't be ar**** with it anymore.

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Is this why this whole home baking fad seems to have taken off again?


So, I've decided to take my work back underground.... to stop it falling into the wrong hands

 

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who is this other matt guy by the way?

I wish I called myself lisa now bet chris would be all nice then ;)

So no body told you about Lisa then??

 

Not a popular name round ere


30 years of experience, ssaib approved family business.

We have a very long list of clients that we are very proud chose to use us. We have never bought out any other company or forced anyone to use us. All of our customers are free to leave us whenever they wish, yet very few ever have. This is down to the fact that we always put our best into every job.

http://alarmguard.co.uk

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its about a 40A breaker for a cooker to if i remember correctly

well thats a load of bolloxs


I really can't be ar**** with it anymore.

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i had one of those things when i was renting the bugger gave us a £1000 gas bill but also noticed there was a burst hot water pipe under the floor boards to was like a double wammy that one :(

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like one of those arguer ovens lol

Aga


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So no body told you about Lisa then??

 

Do you mind, some of us are still married to her until the legal proceedings anull the marriages.


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well its deffos over 20A, its a 6mm cable remember!

Not in Essex it ain't


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you size your breaker on your cable just below your max current carrying capacity 


otherwise the cable melts before the breaker trips

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Not in Essex it ain't

 

Indeed, Regulation 6.142 specifically states that certain postcodes can use 4mm


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you size your breaker on your cable just below your max current carrying capacity 

otherwise the cable melts before the breaker trips

i thought you were a power engineer not a house basher

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Just had to check.

Was convinced i'd logged into the sparkies forum.


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Indeed, Regulation 6.142 specifically states that certain postcodes can use 4mm

I remember that one now, all to do with tight cnuts

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I really can't be ar**** with it anymore.

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i thought you were a power engineer not a house basher

House basher with a MSc. Bet that goes down well in the site hut.

I remember that one now, all to do with tight cnuts

nearly wet myself then


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i thought you were a power engineer not a house basher

I reckon neither due to his apperant lack of knowledge, another google know it all.


I really can't be ar**** with it anymore.

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