Plus the cost of the double back box, increasing the size of
the hole in the wall to take it and all the extra time taken,
Instead, a 5 minute job that will make the extra £2.86 seem
well worth it.
On Tuesday, 13 August 2019 16:52:48 UTC+1, charles wrote:
Or if, like in my study, all the sockets were singles and they all (well, both) got converter-ed to doubles.
As one had three imperial conduits running into the box, cutting out the box for a double wasn't an option.
Those converter sockets normally come with some blanking plugs to conceal
the screws after fixing .
If he didn’t get any then he has been diddled and that is usually enough
reason to ruin a Porridge Wogs day.
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