The World's #1 Vacuum Cleaner Advice, Repair, Discussion & Information Forum
bit of threaded rob cut to size works best.
I was lucky on those sort of jobs, I always had a selection of DNO service head fuses & carriers. So it was just plug & play
There's also a train of thought nowadays that soldering a cable connection can make it too brittle & prone to failure,
Quote from: Tech12 on September 14, 2015, 05:55:02 PMI was lucky on those sort of jobs, I always had a selection of DNO service head fuses & carriers. So it was just plug & play My Dad is like that. We used to go in an empty house, speculate about calling Norweb to turn it on, and while we were talking he had the lights on with a big fat fuse he just happened to have in his box. One time - years ago - a Norweb bloke knocked on the door and asked how we had power as he had cut it off three weeks before, and he was the only guy who did that area. We had space heaters drying plaster and concrete mixers going out back for brickies. I said "generators mate". He said "I cant hear them". "Oh they are the new quiet type, pal". He wanted to look, I said "not without the boss here, come back in an hour". When he came back we were in darkness and the brickies were in the nearby cafe. Meter full of fingerprints and no fuse. Even the Norweb bloke laughed. The early 90's were fun. Happy days!
I know that, but I have a carry on mind