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    Sealing the back to wall toilet pan

    You added this after I posted my reply. :wink: Is there a special wedge for it?
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    Sealing the back to wall toilet pan

    How would you do it? What can I use to lift up the front of the pan? A bit of flexible floor tile adhesive perhaps?
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    Sealing the back to wall toilet pan

    I installed a back to wall toilet with concealed cistern. It's one of those pans which sits on the floor. With traditional toilets you should apply silicone around the base of the pan and that's what I intend to do here as well. My question is - should I use silicon to seal the back of the pan...
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    Filling gap around shower pipes

    I am re-doing our ensuite bathroom. Because we have a low profile stone resin shower tray with waste pipes under the floor level now (i.e. impossible access to the space underneath the shower), I did all I could to make sure the shower won't leak - aquapanel, BAL WP1 tanking, silicone, water...
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    Replace one way switch with PIR

    To answer sparkwright's questions, I am looking for an alternative to the pull-cord switch because our family bathroom (and cloakroom) are narrow and the cord is right in your face as you open the door. Sometimes it gets stuck in the door and that causes problems to our 3 year old at night when...
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    Replace one way switch with PIR

    Thanks everybody, very helpful.
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    Replace one way switch with PIR

    Thanks Steve. Makes sense. Is there a common name for such PIRs? I mean, how do I find out if a PIR needs a neutral or not?
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    Replace one way switch with PIR

    I have a standard pull cord light switch in the bathroom which I want to replace with a PIR switch. I bought a PIR from Screwfix (item 80538) which uses a neutral, earth, live 1 and live 2. However, there is a 3 core cable going to the old switch - I assume they are earth, live and neutral. Is...
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