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  1. I knew there was someone here had the same fitting. I think I will put a vertical section before the trap and see how it goes.
  2. I believe you are probably right. I will get a straight jointer and extend the pipe vertical.
  3. Yes the centre hollow post is in the middle still. Directly after it is an s trap with a 75mm water seal which then runs vertical for a short bit and turns to track behind the units.
  4. You were too quick, it's there now.
  5. I have a mcalpine twin waste connector like below. It seems to like out through the little air hole on the top. I assume this is not a feature, any suggestions as to why it is leaking? The twin connector is for washing machine and dryer. There is an s bend after the connector is it possible it isnt getting water away quick enough?
  6. I believe spark used esr sline faceplates, I guess whatever his merchant supplies. I would prefer to put a transmitter in the back box.
  7. It's not a grid switch, just a 4 way switch.
  8. I have just moved in to the new place and everything is a bit crazy. However the kitchen lights are doing my head in already, we have got the switching wrong. I have a 4 gang switch with redundant switches, can I use a redundant switch to switch another light wirelessly? Almost like the quinetic stuff but I need some sort of transmitter to work with an existing switch.
  9. What about these tiles, Bristol dark brick effect.
  10. I don't have plans to chase the whole wall just to allow the tray in, hence my concern about how much of the tray will end up covered up. My pipes and all are in the walls already. Building out isn't that simple as I have high ceilings and therefore will have some exposed wall above the multipanel, think shower enclosure style, not sure how I would deal with that if I build out. As I wasn't planning to tile the whole en-suite how would I deal with the small return on the built out wall.
  11. That is a full enclosure and suitable for corner fits only going by the available info.
  12. That involves tiling the floor instead then, not sure about that. Also the finished floor is already in place, aren't these designed to be recessed into the floor?
  13. Onto the next dilemma swirling around in my head. In the not too distant future I will be tackling the en-suite install. The shower tray is enclosed by 3 walls the intention was for a 1400 x 900 tray however the opening is now only 1350. This is as a result of plastering and probably the blockwork being just too much on the tight side to begin with. The intention has always been to multipanel the enclosure. I really don't know what to do with this out of the following options:- - Chase the walls to get a 1400 tray in and tank the bottom section. My concern here is that after the panels are fitted there would only be approx 10mm upstand of the tray showing. - fit a 1300 tray and box out to suit. The problem here being using multipanel it will not go to the ceiling as we have 9ft ceilings, hence why the enclosure was plastered. - find a custom fit tray or a 1350. Any advice or suggestions welcome.
  14. I have now watched many of his vlogs and want the time and money to buy lots of tools and build a workshop. Need to finish the house first!