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#11
Just when you thought you have see it all
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#12
So, utilise an existing PSU and battery supply and just install the bits you need. Is there a detector inside the recessed cabinet to protect the panel?
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#13
That's the worst bodge I have ever seen!
Installed by R. Rogers Alarms no doubt.
Bugger, I did isolate the dialer...didn't I?
Oops
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#14
Looks like there was enough room to get the whole panel in without chopping it up??
30 years in the fire industry, BAFE accredited, every FIA & BFPSA course, and still learning, but sparky knows it all!
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#15
An early stainless steel Juno Net box and flushing frame, looks like someone didn't want to change the internals so just made hard work of an easy job.
Martin Wison
KGM Fire and Security Distribution Ltd.
Rochester, Kent.
01634 716882
http://www.kgmfireandsecurity.co.uk
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#16
(14-08-2017, 08:27 AM)MD Martin Wrote: An early stainless steel Juno Net box and flushing frame, looks like someone didn't want to change the internals so just made hard work of an easy job.
I'm glad I did not start the post with " my latest install guys No "
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#17
Gob smacked
All posts are of my own opinion and knowledge and do not reflect the views of the Company I work for.
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#18
Standards are obviously slipping these days ........it's Not even cut straight!
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#19
Just wow.
Jeremy Brookes
SAS Limited
07956 181351
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