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    Gas safe engineer required in Louth area

    Thank you for the tips. I did think it might seem a little pretentious however I wanted to make sure people know I'm not taking the pi55 in expecting payment. I would say my pipework skills are fairly good as in I can solder, cut accurately, make compression joints including stopping old ones...
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    Gas safe engineer required in Louth area

    That's a great idea I'll give that a go
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    Gas safe engineer required in Louth area

    I am about to start a training course to become Gas Safe qualified. As part of the training I am required to work with a Gas Safe engineer and for them to sign my portfolio. I appreciate to start with I may be a slight hindrance, however in return for this I will offer my labour for free. I...
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    Kitchen plumbing positions?

    I'm fitting a kitchen and at the stage of putting all the necessary pipe work in. What is the standard height for the waste pipe and the hot and cold tap pipes?
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    Jet blue

    Yes, I'm just looking for a jointing compound to put on my olives for extra peace of mind. When googling most people say Jet Blue is the best. Itll be a shame if I can't get any. What do other people like?
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    Jet blue

    Everybody raves on about jet blue but I can't find it in any of the usual diy places. Where do you lot buy it from?
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    Backboiler stove installation question

    Because I want to heat the whole house. From my experience in the past a stove can heat the downstairs of a property well so would just like a radiator to heat upstairs.
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    Backboiler stove installation question

    I plan on installing a stove with a backboiler. I only require it to heat one radiator upstairs and was looking at a 2.4kw radiator, but the stove I want outputs 7kw to the backboiler. I assume i would need either a lower power stove or more radiators? Otherwise it'll boil the water? I...
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    Alexa on any alarm

    Is it necessary to use both zones 33 and 34 or can just one be used?
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    Alexa on any alarm

    Thanks sparkymarka. I thought I was getting a constant 12v from that, but upon checking a second time it's working as expected. Last question if I wanted to do the mod above which two points would I connect the wifi relay to, to act as keyswitch? And what menue options do I need to enable...
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    Alexa on any alarm

    I would like to do the Alexa thing but what setting do I change to enable the wired bell (pyronix Enforcer with wireless bell)? I got my multimeter on the bell output and tested on every other output and don't get 12v that comes on when the alarm is tripped and goes off when reset.
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    Pyronix enforcer alarm output when armed

    I'm not sure on how to setup the whole pgm thing I can see the output on the alarm but I'm not sure how to setup in the menu, for it to output 12v when it is armed.
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    Pyronix enforcer alarm output when armed

    I will use an external pir and a couple of relays. When both the alarm is armed and the pir is triggered it'll close the circuit via relays and trigger and alarm.
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    Pyronix enforcer alarm output when armed

    At the minute I get alerts that I don't need when I'm in, I would like to only get alerts when I'm out. From what I gather I can use the pgm output bit I'm not too sure how to set this up in the alarm, or even if there are better options.
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    Pyronix enforcer alarm output when armed

    I would like my pyronix enforcer alarm to set my CCTV recording when I arm the alarm. What can I use on the alarm as an output and has anybody done this?
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    Pyronix enforcer alternative

    im looking for a reasonable wireless alarm that I can arm via my mobile and get alerts. So far I’ve found the Pyronix Enforcer v10 but I’m wondering if there’s something a little cheaper. I would also rather not pay a yearly cloud fee.
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    Cast stone fireplace installation details.

    The manufacturers (one man band working from a lock up) suggests that the thing is silicones to the wall and the hearth is glued to the floor with a grab adhesive. It doesn't seem right to me.
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    Cast stone fireplace installation details.

    I have bought a cast stone fire place, in a light sandstone colour and the seller has advised on installation but I'm not too sure his advice is correct. For the hearth would it be ok to bed it on white flexible cement based tile adhesive suitable for stone? For the straps which screw into...
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    Fitting integrated kitchen appliances.

    I would like to fit a standard 600mm integrated tumble dryer under my sink. At the minute I have a standard double door unit and would like to replace it with a single and an integrated tumble dryer (I have the extra room) . I have read just an ordinary end panel I used and the door is hung...
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