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    Hi guys and thanks for the interest. Can't...

    Hi guys and thanks for the interest.

    Can't notch as would have to cut right into the full depth of the side panel.

    However, have now purchased some 12mm quadrant UPVC and will bridge the gap...
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    Vanity Unit Splashback Tiling

    Iím installing a purpose-built vanity unit at one end of a rectangular cloakroom. It is a good fit at the end of that room, but cannot be installed perfectly equidistant from each side wall because...
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    Hello Skiberger - I take it you're suggesting...

    Hello Skiberger - I take it you're suggesting ignoring the proper means of hanging this cabinet (screw heads in slots at rear of cabinet) in favour of just screwing through the back panel of the...
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    Fixing Bathroom Cabinet

    We have the task of fixing a bathroom cabinet weighing 16lbs to a tiled, plasterboard bathroom wall. The cabinet is supported at the four corners using metal slotted holes inset into the back of the...
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    Hello Player 21. Comforting to know someone...

    Hello Player 21.

    Comforting to know someone else has experienced this, and as I rarely if ever have the need for Safe Mode, I can't be certain how long this problem has existed. I'm personally not...
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    Unable to Access Safe Mode in XP SP2

    I am unable to start in Safe Mode in XPSP2, either by hitting F8 during boot up or using msconfig: BOOTINI/SAFEBOOT. Start up will not enter Safe Mode, but simply returns to the start up choices each...
  7. Windows XP update failures after Service Pack 2 installation

    Since installing XP Service Pack 2, the few updates that have occurred subsequently have all failed to install after downloading. Downloading seems to reach 95% completion normally and then slows...
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    Dyson vacuum cleaner fault

    Our Dyson DC01 vacuum cleaner has lost its suction. It goes, but will not pick up anything.

    Any suggestions please (no, not those types of suggestion!)??
  9. Electrical Installation of Bathroom Extractor Fan

    Hello again Labman

    Didn't realise this forum based in US. You guessed it, I'm UK based. Don't know if your electrical regulations are the same as ours, or indeed whether bathroom electrical...
  10. Electrical Installation of Bathroom Extractor Fan

    Hello Labman

    Fan comes on when light switch is pulled and goes off a predetermined number of minutes after the light switch is pulled again to turn the light off.
  11. Electrical Installation of Bathroom Extractor Fan

    Hello

    I'm about to replace an old timer bathroom extractor fan with a modern one. The old one is fed by a three core and earth cable, the third (yellow) core presumably being the connection to...
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    Re: Missing File MSSTDFMT.DLL

    Hello Dreamboat - the mind boggles!

    I have solved the problem.

    I first tried run "sfc /scannow" on the suggestion of a.n.other but it didn't find the file on my system or re-install it from my...
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    Missing file msstdfmt.dll

    Hello

    I've downloaded a piece of diagnostic software that will not run because it says that I am missing the file MSSTDFMT.DLL. The Microsoft web site tells me this stands for "Microsoft Standard...
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