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Sweet Seeds Competition Grow Diaries 2018/19


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    • No.1PartyAnthem
      Okay so ive been running an extension lead up into my loft to run my current grows. Id like to free up this socket now and remove the cable going to my loft. I have a brief knowledge of electrical installation and do have a useless lvl 2 nvq in it. Now i want to keep the cable run short and cut an existing spur socket, fit a 13amp fused connection unit, an addition socket in the loft and then reconnect the existing spur. Is this the correct method. From what i remember its compliant and safe but i just want to check before i go ahead with it. Ive checked the amperage of the load and its less than 5amps.  I have done this type of work before but its been about 10 years.  Thanks for any help anyone can offer  
    • lemoore00
      Thanks man. Yeah it seemed like it must've been that, but never know! 
    • EatonMess
      I have one of these and it's excellent. Instantaneous heat:

      https://tinyurl.com/tpfwm7c

      Don't be put off by the 500W rating and energy bills, because it cycles on for such a short time, it will be more efficient in heating the space vs that of a 120W tube heater which is permanently on and not maintaining temps. You will need a temperature controller for cycling the fan heater on and off though.

      I also second the use of an exhaust fan controller. The difference is day and night.


       
    • Mimicker
      Try installing a different browser. I use Opera and it uploads pics no probs where chrome didn't like it at all