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That's the other way yeah :LOL:

Said Mr 'I'll just cut off the dead wire'. Bang! Oh, it's all dark and I can see pretty blue and green orbs wherever I look. :LOL:

Did you ever buy those new cutters you needed? :aburrido:
 

carlos

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It's def a better job to take them off.

I have had in the past rusty boxes/screws snap. Whose paying for the repairs then? Do you do it yourself or get a sparks in. Either way your out of pocket.

I now try to loosen the screws if it's tight or I think it'll break they stay on.
 

Nisus

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Said Mr 'I'll just cut off the dead wire'. Bang! Oh, it's all dark and I can see pretty blue and green orbs wherever I look. :LOL:

Did you ever buy those new cutters you needed? :aburrido:

Nah it was a cheap tester screwdriver thingy that I blew up/flew across the room :reloco:, touched the live & earth at same time reaching up to see if an old bathroom heater spur was live, I didn't see the earth as I was reaching up cause I couldn't be arsed to get my crate out the van :rolleyes:
Spent a while getting the power back on after it blew the old fuse, had to go a drive & buy some fuses ffs :muyenojado: should've just got my crate out the van in the first place ffs :endesacuerdo:
Ah well at least it was at my house (y)
 

CTPlastering

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Aye its only companys with over 250 employees i think ...... Or if u buy chicken for sum reason u can have one for nowt lol but if u buy something else aswell u cant have it for free ....... Lol
 

Vincey

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I got a call back...

I said well what's up with it

Looks ok to me :bailando:
 

Nisus

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If you don't wanna take em off just do it Hillside style & don't forget a plastic ruler for inbetween the sockets :D

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Nisus

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If you don't wanna take em off just do it Hillside style & don't forget a plastic ruler for inbetween the sockets :D

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Here's his vid check out the sockets at 8 mins 31 seconds :LOL:

One of my favourite hillside vids this absolute Classic worth a watch :risas:


 
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If you don't wanna take em off just do it Hillside style & don't forget a plastic ruler for inbetween the sockets :D

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I saw this vid....what a hillbilly, read the comments on it they were well funny, everyone absolutely tore into him.
 

carys

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Taking sockets,switches off the wall.or leave them and just go up to them?
Some times more bother than its worth.
better job tho.
when I take socket from wall I always ask the customer to do it and tape inside them. .If not I skim to them.As I say uv told them the score
 

frankk

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@frankk I'm curious. When you were taught to plaster. Did the person or persons not show you what to do with sockets etc?
Im not a professional plasterer pal.
But have worked with a few,and some will loosen the switches and some dont, I think taking them off is a better job.
 

carys

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Im not a professional plasterer pal.
But have worked with a few,and some will loosen the switches and some dont, I think taking them off is a better job.
It is a better job to take socket off wall.But u play whith electric and something mite happen u will b liable .That y I ask the customer to do them or get an electrician just to safe guard my self.
 
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