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    Suggestions please for black spot removal patio

    I've got a serious issue with Black spots on the patio and need something fairly robust to deal with it. Ive tried various over the counter things from DIY stores but think I may need something more professional, any suggestions please, I'd like to do it myself if I can. Regards.
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    Will this work

    Thank you so much for the reply but breaking it up is not an option. I appreciate concrete doesn't stick too well to itself but have read it can be done using the right tools etc. The amount of self leveling I need would be worth it ( in my humble opinion ) if it will work, I still don't know...
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    Will this work

    Hi all. I am in no way confident at any type of building work but with a neighbour who knows a little we would like to try and fix an area of concrete to the side of my home. We have an area of level concrete about 12ft x 16ft with an adjoining part on a slop of the same size. The side of...
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    Above ground pool

    Thank you Thermo, never even thought of that. I will probably do a frame 4x2 and make it level with concrete. It is a typical blow up overgrown paddling pool made of vinyl with a blow up rim made by Intex. Thanks again Regards Blueeyez
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    Above ground pool

    Hi I would like to put up an above ground pool. It's not big but it takes so much water that I would like to leave it up in the garden (in France not here) The ideal situation is on a grass area which is a bit uneven. I have a load of building sand left over, can I place it straight on that...
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    Anyone used or using a MAC

    Thanks Dave, really need a forum that is Alarm/CCTV specific, but thanks anyway for the reply. Blue Eyez :wink:
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    Anyone used or using a MAC

    Hi Everyone. Just doing a bit of research before buying any kit, will be looking at a DVR and a camera. Anyone using a MAC and OSX 10 on a network at home with a DVR networked and encountered any problems, anything particularly good, or even used your iphone when notified of a detection on...
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    unwanted visitor and a PIR

    Thanks guys for the advice, am reading all the the threads I can at the moment to get a good overall picture of what to buy and what to avoid.
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    unwanted visitor and a PIR

    Lectrician Your a star, all works brilliantly, thank you to everyone. I am having an alarm fitted now and am looking at cctv for the front so I will be posting a few more questions soon. At times like these you feel humbled by the help others can give at such short notice, a genuine...
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    unwanted visitor and a PIR

    Wow that's clever, thank you. It has a label on the top which says. IQ group TYP NO TNSA140D 3396 G4 230V~50Hz L1 MAX 1000W L2 MAX 120W IP44 Can you just confirm that the wire in L1 is going into the choc block in the top left corner? Thank you Lectrician, I will do it now.
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    unwanted visitor and a PIR

    Thanks ColJack Here they are. Inside the PIR Behind the lamp Inside the junction box. On the lamp the top wire is Blue
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    unwanted visitor and a PIR

    Hi everyone We had an uninvited guest whilst the family were asleep, I was confronted with a big guy and a knife but we are all ok. I am having some security bits and pieces fitted and have a question about our existing lighting on the driveway which are operated by a switch in the house. I...
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