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Wittenham

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  2. I fell in once, perhaps I may qualify for the 'reckless' label? My cycle commute was a shade over 20 miles one way, a bit of road, and then mostly Thames towpath and Basingstoke Canal. To avoid as much road as possible, I found a link up along the River Wey, but it could be very muddy. No problem with knobby mountain bike tyres, but i didn't fancy the drag of such tyres for the other ~19 miles. So I took on my chances on slicks, and one day it caught up with me. Sideways, and then backwards slip into the river. No damage done.
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  4. thanks again... so can I simply take the wire that is going in to the transformer and use that to connect up the ones you have linked? It would be a heck of a job to run new wire to all the lights in the ceiling. It is the ceiling of the ground floor, so there is no insulation to deal with.
  5. Can you help me understand the difference? I have figured out the difference between these and GU10....
  6. I tried to google it, wandered through electrician forums, and then figured I would come back here where I always get clear answers. I have a sitting room/kitchen combined that has 11 LED downlighters. One of them went dim last year, the electrician who put them in [in 2014] took it away to see if there was a warranty claim - he has been hard to get hold of since... All ten are now dim and I want to replace them. With... what? This is the blurb: 230V, 12.4W LED, Mains Dimmable, White 810 Lumens, 2700K, 46 Degree Diameter:80mm, Recess:100mm At the time, the documents called them Orlu Quad70 recessed tilt dimmable... but I can find no lighting company called Orlu. I quite liked the look of these, but looks like I need to be... well, something other than what I am. Ecostar® | Ecostar® Products | Ecostar® Lighting (serenlighting.com) Key requirements are that the light is bright, that I do not have to any more hole cutting [the hole is 70mm], and that they are dimmable. I do not really need them tilt-able. Finally, is the problem likely to be in that little plastic thing in my hand, or the light unit itself? Do both need to be replaced? thanks in advance....
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