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Nurse Ratched 2:08 Sun Mar 3
Advice, please - gas engineers
If that's what you call yourselves. :-)

Hello.

I am going to order a gas cooker online. Current rubbish, malfunctioning one is electric. There are capped off metal pipes in the dedicated cooker space. I've never had a gas cooker installed here before. I assume at least one pipe is for gas. I've been told in the past that they're for gas cookers so I'm confident they're not for water or anything else.

I will be paying for installation as well.

The pipe caps are flat/smooth.

Will I need to get different cappy things for the installation, or can they just connect the cooker after they remove the current flat caps? I want to avoid a situation where they turn up and can't install because we don't have the correct connectors or whatever.

Many thanks for sensible replies.

Arf! in advance @ silly/rude replies.

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Far Cough 11:35 Sun Mar 3
Re: Advice, please - gas engineers
You'll know they're plumbers by their massive arse crack

Bullet 10:25 Sun Mar 3
Re: Advice, please - gas engineers
NR, now maybe a good time to check your buildings and contents insurance, just a thought :-)

bruuuno 10:14 Sun Mar 3
Re: Advice, please - gas engineers
Text or email the fitter some pictures of your fanny

Nurse Ratched 5:32 Sun Mar 3
Re: Advice, please - gas engineers
Hopefully they won't send plumbers.

Hammer and Pickle 5:26 Sun Mar 3
Re: Advice, please - gas engineers
But not nearly as funny as the irony of Ratched getting her gas oven fitted by some Jam Roll plumbers going wooooooosh over your head, ED

Nurse Ratched 4:43 Sun Mar 3
Re: Advice, please - gas engineers
As if... ;-)

mallard 4:42 Sun Mar 3
Re: Advice, please - gas engineers
Fair enough ! - great for quick-easy processed food though !

Nurse Ratched 4:41 Sun Mar 3
Re: Advice, please - gas engineers
Ducky, I can live without that. Fan ovens aren't great for baking, anyway. Prefer conventional ovens.

Eerie Descent 4:39 Sun Mar 3
Re: Advice, please - gas engineers
Was that a stab at humour?

Stick to the hard man routine, it's much funnier.

Hammer and Pickle 4:33 Sun Mar 3
Re: Advice, please - gas engineers
Yes.

Do suggest they wear blue-striped pyjamas, shave their heads and chuck some lice-power at them. Then motivate further with your ideas about what their grannies did to please the Waffen SS.

Let us know how it went.

mallard 4:25 Sun Mar 3
Re: Advice, please - gas engineers
Do you really want to discard the opportunity of a FAN asssised oven ?

Nurse Ratched 4:20 Sun Mar 3
Re: Advice, please - gas engineers
No, I will be issuing them with breath mints and hosing them down with a pressure washer and soap before I let them in.

Nurse Ratched 4:18 Sun Mar 3
Re: Advice, please - gas engineers
Thanks Willy. Yes, I'll be paying for installation from the same company which is why I'm not worried about the safety aspect.

I think I might get the bayonet hose just in case.

Hammer and Pickle 4:18 Sun Mar 3
Re: Advice, please - gas engineers
Yes, when Bogdan and Andziej from the company rock up at your drum, will you be offering them a nice cup of tea?

WorldCupWilly 4:14 Sun Mar 3
Re: Advice, please - gas engineers
Nurse - if you are paying for installation from the company providing you with the cooker, then they will turn up with everything that they need to connect it up. Depending upon the cooker depends upon whether the gas pipe and bayonet fitting should be behind the cooker or just to the side. If the pipe needs moving, they will normally move it included in the installation charge.

charleyfarley 3:40 Sun Mar 3
Re: Advice, please - gas engineers
Nurse Ratched 3:12 ag ag

the last eastender 3:40 Sun Mar 3
Re: Advice, please - gas engineers
Far cough 2.38

Ha ha love it.

gph 3:30 Sun Mar 3
Re: Advice, please - gas engineers
*turns down screen brightness*

Nurse Ratched 3:28 Sun Mar 3
Re: Advice, please - gas engineers
We SHALL thrash our opponents 4-0. I remain sunny and optimistic, as is my nature.

gph 3:25 Sun Mar 3
Re: Advice, please - gas engineers
To be fair, it was a game of two halves.

If the second had been like the first, it would've been 4-0 (and we would've been worthy of it, too)

Nurse Ratched 3:12 Sun Mar 3
Re: Advice, please - gas engineers
Shut yer clack, Farley!

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