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hovrin

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  3. I'm not an electrician (though I have rewired two houses) but it sounds to me like an earth fault. As TheBiscuits says, unplug everything first. Then if the problem remains, with the isolator switch off, check for continuity from live and neutral to earth. If that exists then you will have to work through your sockets one by one, removing the covers and checking the connections.
  4. Yes, thanks for the update. Good to know that your decision is made and that you are comfortable with it. I hope your test results give you good news and good luck for the future.
  5. Over complicated answer to a very simple problem - just use an ordinary vertical spirit level.
  6. If your phone still works and you have a laptop/PC computer then I would recomend a program/app called MyPhoneExplorer. It lets you look at all the files on your phone and transfer them to the laptop/PC (as well as doing other things). It connects using cable, wifi or bluetooth and once installed is very easy to use.
  7. Just tap as normal. Start with a taper tap then use a plug tap. Take your time and turn 270 deg forward and then 180 deg back to clear the swarf.
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  10. Do it. Just do it. As you said yourself "life is too short" and if my 72 years have taught me anything it is that it is better to learn from your mistakes than it is to wonder "what if?"
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  12. I saved the picture to my desktop and zoomed in using Photoshop but the signs are just too blurry to read.
  13. I think I would be wary of this. I am no chemical expert but, as I understand it, many boilers/dish washers are made of stainless steel and any descaler designed for that may be too strong for copper/brass type oil cooler tubes and cause damage. Back flushing with water would be safer.
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