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    Sash locks for wooden doors

    Thanks for the replies - I really appreciate it. I never knew there were so many options and standards! Even the hinges have to be taken into consideration! I'm glad that this will be suitable as I would much rather have the euro style lock and also it will mean a smaller key for my pocket...
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    Sash locks for wooden doors

    I wonder if anyone would be able to tell me if I can fit an Era Fortress Euro Cylinder Sashlock into a 44mm hardwood door? The lock in question is here: http://www.saundersonsecurity.co.uk/acatalog/Era_Fortress_Euro_Cylinder_Sashlock.html Am I right in thinking that this is only for...
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    Magnaclean and flexible braided hoses

    Thanks for the reply. I think I'll wait until the plumber can come and do it properly and fit the worktops next week. I was hoping for a quick fix but like everything I guess it should be done properly :(
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    Magnaclean and flexible braided hoses

    I would support the MagnaClean with a bracket to the wall so it wouldn't be left unsupported. I would have to get someone in to do it in copper and I was hoping to get the new worktops installed tomorrow. My plumbers not free until next week so i was hoping to be able to do it myself with...
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    Magnaclean and flexible braided hoses

    Hello, I have a magnaclean connected to my boiler pipework. Trouble is it's not in the best location for me to be able to fit a new worktop. Does anyone know if I could move it slightly by adding a couple of braided hoses like this: http://www.flowtech.co.uk/ViewImage.aspx?Level4=463237
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    Changing from an electric to a gas hob

    Thanks for the replies :D I've found the correct forum now and as you said, its full of information! So long as connecting the gas pipe to the feed to the boiler is simple, routing the pipe should be simple as the kitchen is stripped bare at the moment and it should be able to go...
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    Changing from an electric to a gas hob

    Hello :D I wondered if anyone could please let me know how easy it would be for a Corgi chap to connect up a new gas hob in my kitchen. I currently have an electric hob but am pondering the idea of changing to gas. I have a gas combination boiler in the kitchen which is about two...
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