Thanks for the reply....
Now I think about it the led version of this is under £30 on ebay I don't think the flexible strip will last long
So I might just go with that and that just make the wife happy
As the bulbs failed in our under cabinet lights never really got round to replacing them until the wife informed me they had all gone (x4) so I purchased 4x led bulbs but when I turn them on they flickered once and off?
Are the LEDs not compatible or other reason?
Any help much appreciated...
When I removed the sensor from the light it left me with 3 wires 2 of which were white and an earth so I connected brown liven to one and blue neutral to the other and earth to earth, from the light straight to switch and wired brown live in L2 and brown live from consumer unit to L1 and...
Ok tried the wiring again tonight and the switch must be faulty as it doesn't work :roll:
I've drilled a couple of access holes in the back of the switch do you think their take it back without a fuss???
Thanks for all the reply's guys
I followed the wiring instructions but kept tripping the fuse :shock:
Then I wired it with just the live in the com L3 position and the light live in L1
The light came on but the switch didn't work :shock:
I'm wondering if the switch is faulty as it...
I have a malfunctioning pir flood light so I disconnected the sensor and want to wire it direct to a waterproof light switch, so I could just switch on when I want to.
I bought a Crabtree ip56, which has L1 L2 & L3 but not sure which wire goes where !! The cable is 2 core with earth which...
I have a clarke petrol jet washer and can`t release the "quick release couplings" it must have grit or something in the bo bearings, does anyone have any idea how I can get them off as they are currently stuck on :evil:
Thanks for the help and advice spraggo
The baxi has been really good the hot water gets really hot so much so I`ve turn the tempeture down to half way and its still hot enough, the only problem i`ve had is with the thermostat which the fitter got but I have been told that due to the cold...
Yeah sorry the combi is: Due tec combi HE condensing boiler.
currently have a temp thermostat fitted in the hall way but had alot of trouble with it this winter staying on all night and cooking through the night so decided to just have a digital timer which will come on at timed intervals.
Yeah exactly, once we realised we had to be careful with what we flushed away its been clear for two years but once we have guests it blocks which generally isn`t a problem but we share our drains with next door and it blocks on their side before it gets to the junction that joins both are...
I`ve had a wood burner for 2 very cold winters and its fantastic but it does take alittle practise to get right, ventilation is very important I had to open up a vent in my living room or open a window so the burner functioned correctly. Have you had the chimney swept?
yeah if the loo is flushed it does flow well, we have changed loo roll to help the problem which works well, will a jetter be powerful enough to take away any hard deposits which may be causing snagging on the bend on the pic?
thanks for the reply
I had the lovely task of unblocking our drains over christmas and was wondering if there was something we could do to stop this happening but before you type the obvious (spelt right I hope) we don`t use too much loo roll we do not use wipes and put them down the toilet or the sanitary...