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    Thanks Wayne, I understand things better now....

    Thanks Wayne, I understand things better now. Thanks to everyone for being so helpful.
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    Thanks everyone for the advice and the cautions....

    Thanks everyone for the advice and the cautions. I have a proper IDC tool that cuts the wire off at the end. I have an old BT telephone jack with 6 terminals, with # 2 and #5 seemingly the important...
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    Hi all. Thanks for the useful info about the...

    Hi all. Thanks for the useful info about the two-wires-per-slot caveat. I have an old BT 3-wire telephone jack socket that has been relocated on the other side of the wall. There are two wires...
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    Thank you VirtualT. The IDC tool approach seems...

    Thank you VirtualT. The IDC tool approach seems good.
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    telephone wires twisted pairs

    Hi. Does anyone know whether it is important to twist the ends of telephone wires together when joining pairs to make a connection in the telephone jack socket? I've read that it's important to twist...
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    Keithw -- Thank you very much (again) for such...

    Keithw -- Thank you very much (again) for such detail.

    I'll follow your wise advice and leave the telephone wiring alone. I just need to connect the proper filters in the proper sequence. What you...
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    telephone jack wiring

    Hi. I have a legacy BT 3-wire telephone jack (plug socket) with 6 connectors (wall mounted secondary type). It has been working fine for many years for voice & data with a DSL filter on it. The...
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    Rhino-- Thank you for the thorough list of...

    Rhino-- Thank you for the thorough list of advantages and disadvantages of gas water heating. This is very helpful. It does sound attractive and I'm leaning towards going that direction. Thanks for...
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    Traff-- Thank you. I'll get our plumber in to...

    Traff-- Thank you. I'll get our plumber in to assess.
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    pl-- ok, those sound like great reasons. Also the...

    pl-- ok, those sound like great reasons. Also the gas approach sounds good. Hmmm...
  11. Thread: kitchen taps

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    Meehole-- thank you for your post. Yes, I agree...

    Meehole-- thank you for your post. Yes, I agree entirely with what you said. I just like to keep an open mind and consider all the options, even if some of the options are old fashioned, because you...
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    pl-- why do you recommend switching to mains...

    pl-- why do you recommend switching to mains pressure and gas?
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    pullout sprayer on low pressure

    I'm replacing my kitchen sink and taps and I'm on an unequal pressure system in the house (low pressure for hot, mains pressure for cold). I'd like to get a kitchen tap with a pullout sprayer (where...
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    Hi kirschbaum. Thank you for your reply. I'll...

    Hi kirschbaum.

    Thank you for your reply. I'll keep it in mind about the copper pipe cutter on sale. Not sure I'm talented enough to use it though!
  15. Thread: kitchen taps

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    kirschbaum-- thank you for the info... We are...

    kirschbaum-- thank you for the info...

    We are getting laminate so I guess we should get an insert sink (not undermounted) and put the taps through the sink.

    Are you (or anyone) familiar with...
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    Traff-- thank you for your reply. Ok getting to...

    Traff-- thank you for your reply. Ok getting to choose based on aesthetics rather than technical constraints is joy!

    Do you know the pros and cons of an undermount versus an insert sink are? One...
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    Thank you very much Keithw, Traff, & Tan for your...

    Thank you very much Keithw, Traff, & Tan for your helpful replies.

    Keithw-- TU for all the details... very helpful. I'll get our plumber to list off all the components as you described, and as...
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    kitchen taps

    We're replacing our kitchen including a new sink and taps and I've read that you should aim to mount your kitchen tap through the sink rather than through the benchtop because it is easier for any...
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    converting from low to mains water pressure

    We need to replace our hot water cylinder and are upgrading our kitchen & bathrooms. We're thinking of converting from our current unequal low pressure system to mains pressure.

    Does anyone know...
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