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Do you remove gas cookers

  1. Yes i remove and reconnect

    12.8%
  2. No i wont touch them

    12.8%
  3. Yes if self sealing valve we are allowed to remove

    34.0%
  4. No we are not allowed to remove

    31.9%
  5. I dont know if we can remove or not

    8.5%

Do you disconnect Gas cookers?

Discussion in 'General Flooring Chat' started by Matt, Dec 28, 2010.

  1. dazlight

    dazlight Super Moderator

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    Sick of moving them. But sometimes you have to. If the customer can't I do it.
     
  2. Manny39

    Manny39 Banned

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    Working for Allied for years you had no choice, then if you got paid for moving em it was a bonus.
     
  3. NathanKing

    NathanKing Well-Known Member

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    I really dislike disconnecting washer, cookers etc. I'm competent enough to do it but I dont feel I should be doing it. The amount of times I've been working with my dad and he insisted on taking a washing machine out rather then fitting the vinyl 6inches under the front and then when he's reconnected it it's either leaked or not worked
     
  4. mdno12

    mdno12 Member

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    I don't touch them if is not necessary, but somеtimes I have no other options.
     
  5. mjfl

    mjfl Well-Known Member

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    I balance them on my head, just below the chandelier
     
  6. Spacey

    Spacey Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I think you’ve been sniffing to much CO2 :eek:
     
  7. neilrj

    neilrj Active Member

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    A Bot? and one from the sub-continent (as us old fogeys call it) judging by the crappy spiel (or a Bot that doesnt speak English as a first language to be a bit more PC) it
    - Though as a Scouser (and a plastic one too) I hardly qualify as speaking English properly
     

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