On Thu, 9 Oct 2003 13:57:48 +0100, "Richard"
Don't knock it - very useful when you've got your ceiling lights
mounted on the floor, as they have in Australia.
Anyway, shouldn't be discussing Australia here. They aren't allowed to
On Fri, 10 Oct 2003 16:10:29 GMT, "BigWallop"
I thought they hung down their washing?
I've never quite figured how they play tennis down in Oz. Must be
quite difficult jumping under the net when you've won.
I have never understood why you would want a switch downstairs when you are
upstairs and likewise why you would want a switch upstairs when you are
downstairs, it seems to me that at any given time one switch is useless.
the best bet is to install one of those pneumatic push switches that gives
you 0.6 seconds do dash like hell up the stairs, there would be no need for
a switch at the top as the next time you use the stairs it will be morning.
Actually I would suggest you get a candle or Davey lamp. That way you
can take the light with you and you don't need to worry about all this
complicated dual-switching stuff.
Plus the new P section of the building regs doesn't (yet....) apply to
candles or Davey lamps.
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