Some PITA pedant no doubt.
Just use the plastic, no need to go too deep - you risk damaging anything else that might be in the floor.
So the cooker switch ought to be moved as well?
You need an additional connector block. The three browns in the centre of the old ceiling rose would go into this additional connector block.
Once the gap is filled with bits of wood, ideally you need one strip of wood over the top of the whole lot. Beading (or quarter-round) may look...
Ah, got it.
Sorry, may have mis-read this.
What's been drying for 2 week?
The problem section plaster?
Or the problem section paint?
If the cut out is older than the fuse holders, could one fuse holder simply be blanking off some kind of hole or something?
Could well have been...
That's it then - the plaster wasn't dry enough.
See how it goes.
Ah, I just assumed it was one unit with two fuses.
Could something to do with the plaster drying out.
As it's all of that section, I wonder if it's something like that section has had two layers...
I would be inclined to fit some wooden beading over the gap.
Some bits of wood jammed in the gap first may give you something to fix the beading...
Or it could be that cut out was what the installer happened to have on the van, and so that's what got used.
John's a clever soul, I never would have thought of that.
No, I mean the coss sectional area of the cable.
It may be something like 0.75 mm2, 1.0mm2, 1.5mm2, 2.5mm2 etc...???
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