Of course I have to find two right sockets, disconnect and extend cable to another socket, as you see on my drawing.How does the cable currently get between the two sockets? You cant just randomly connect two sockets to a new one.
dont know yet, but probably under floorWhat route does it currently take?
Too high compared to chasing the walls from floor to ceiling in 3 places, and half-way around the room horizontally at ceiling level, and then a sh**-load of making good?I need extend main ring, and it is not reasonable to put cable on ceiling or under floor, because of cost too high
How will you do that?Of course I have to find two right sockets,
If both rooms are on the same ring final circuit then I would have thought that there should be no problem with this.Can i feed socket from main ring which is outside the room??
banburyman";p="1463774 said:in my opinion to put cable under the floor could be too expensive because there is a carpet fixed to the floor.
Excuse me to but in but I thought carpets were able to be lifted and rooled back.....
....then again I have just spotted I have car pets too...maybe I'm stuck then
in my opinion to put cable under the floor could be too expensive because there is a carpet fixed to the floor.
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