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  1. Just try to change my water heater switch but some queries. Any kind soul out there pls share some tips on doubts I have : Q1. L1 / L2 = should be connected to White Color cable ? Q2. N1/N2 = should be connected to Black Color cable ? Q3. Earth - should be connected to yellow/green stripe cable ? But from the wall outlet it has two such cable, should connect both into this slot? Q4. See pictures. Notice there are two tiny Black cable below L1/N1. Not sure where it should be both connected to?
  2. Just try to change my water heater switch but some queries. Any kind soul out there pls share some tips on doubts I have : Q1. L1 / L2 = should be connected to White Color cable ? Q2. N1/N2 = should be connected to Black Color cable ? Q3. Earth - should be connected to yellow/green stripe cable ? But from the wall outlet it has two such cable, should connect both into this slot? Q4. See pictures. Notice there are two tiny Black cable below L1/N1. Not sure where it should be both connected to?
  3. My first experience in choosing IDs so far: I uploaded my floor plan on Renotalk website and requested for quotations. Initially, I was flooded with many calls from several IDs. Almost all of them AGAIN! asked me to send the floor plan to them, even though I uploaded the floor plan on the website in the first place. Also all the IDs wanted to meet me and see the site. I asked all the IDs to drop me an email with their first quote based on the floor plan and my initial requirements for me to consider before I can meet them up. If not, I need to spend next many weeks just to meet them all! Surprisingly, most of the IDs never send me any email after the call. Only a handful few sent me emails some with standard package offers inspite of me mentioning what I wanted to do! Few of them sent me intro email and after that no response! I was impressed by Vincent Blog (http://www.vincentinteriorblog.com/) on his knowledge and advice to new home owners like me. I reached out to Vincent and sent him my floor plan and requested for quotations. (similar to Renotalk). I was recommended to 2 IDs by Vincent. Unfortunately AGAIN, no response by both the recommended IDs, inspite of me waiting for over 3 weeks for them to respond! Looks like every ID in this business is very busy with loads of projects! Appears to me that ID business is a good business to be in! In the next part, I will write about my experience in shortlisting the ID’s – thanks to the Renotalk friends feedback and some personal contacts.
  4. Hi does anyone have any ideas on how one would remove the decking/deckboards that has been installed on/above a planter-box? Would like to clean the area beneath the decking, i.e. the planter box. I do realise that once I remove 1 board, the others are going to be easily removed, but the problem is getting that first deckboard out since the decking is tightly packed together. Had 2 ideas: 1. Use a crowbar - but that might damage the surrounding decking/deckboard pieces and it may be difficult to squeeze the crowbar through the little gap present in between the boards. 2. Use some sort of suction device - this seems like the best option but I have not come across such a tool. *Cutting/sawing the board is not an option since I would still like to use the board(s), just want to remove them to do cleaning. Suggestions anyone?
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