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    Aug 2003


    Yeah, the building consent said it's to be in the utility room but they decided the bedroom for both the meter and the switchboard. There was no valid reason for the switchboard to move from the utility room. I'll let you know how I get on - of course the Electrician doesn't want to move them as it's a big job, but clearly they can not stay there.


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