That’s my other speciality :D
It wouldn’t win any prizes for looks but it tasted fantastic. Planning on baking another ready for next...
Sounds like you had a lucky escape.
Many years ago my mum worked for a fishmonger, he was driving home one day, stopped to fill up his Jag and...
I’ve just hacked off a gert slice and could easily eat another. :laughing:
Iced lemon drizzle??!!
Baked this one earlier, only 275g of sugar in it. :laughing:[ATTACH]
More to the point... how did the trailer manage to unhitch itself? :o
I just swapped the fluorescents for leds in my garage, I went for daylight white ones.
Nice bright instant light and no annoying hummmmmmm..........
Thread closed, do not mess with high pressure cylinders.
Not to my knowledge Bob, maybe the odd one or two but definitely not loads.
As sad as that might be I doubt very much it involved an angle grinder disc coming loose due to him not using the pin spanner.
Really?? In all honesty what’s the likelihood of that happening? Surely if the nut was to go slack the disc will slip and if cutting at the time...
Mattress getting a bit uncomfortable? :p:laughing:
There’s a few mass debaters on the forum... :D
Keep things civil and we’ll all be happy. :thumbup:
Tick..... tock..... tick... tock.... here comes mr pad... lock.... :padlock:
You'll definitely be ok with a 16A commando. You can always make up a lead with a 13A plug on one end and a 16A socket on the other to give you...
Hmmm.... seems it's only 185A, not 205 as the name would suggest so you would in fact get almost full output out of it on a 13A plug though if you...
You may be able to squeeze the cores into a 13A plug but you'll only be able to run it at maybe 3/4 output, you certainly wouldn't get it to run...
Hard wired means direct connection, no plug.
You should be able to fit a 32A commando plug on it though.
Scroll to the bottom to see Malcolm's attempts.
Clarke were all European made until a few years ago when they introduced some cheaper, Chinese ones into their range.
Most SIP inverter tigs are...
Sealey are/were made by Telwin who are Italian.
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