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I answered your core question here. Just go into photoshop and copy-paste as many more sensors and lights as you please. Go read it, but let me re-color that for UK. The only trick is going to be UK wire and cable. You need 3 wires: Always-hot to supply sensors Switched-hot for sensors to send power to lamps Neutral for everybody. So you need 3-core + ...


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Generally speaking, this is done by relays (may also be called contactors. I forget if there's also a UK specific term for them.) Whether low-voltage (which have some advantages, apparently including lower cost sensors) or line voltage, each sensor operates one relay. If the sensors are low voltage, the relay coil is low-voltage - if the sensors are line ...


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There are mixtures that are available to aid in the removal of wall paper. The steps typically are, perforate the wallpaper with a tool designed to do so. Spray the mixture and let it soak into the holes created by the tool. scrape off the wallpaper. This is a simplification, there may be another step or 2 to do, but this gets the idea across. Another way is ...


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I would say that the best way to get a nice smooth surface to the entire wall (after removing the wallpaper, naturally) would be to plaster skim-coat the entire surface. This type of job requires some skill and a novice would benefit from practice. Another (less optimal) option would be to sand it as smooth as you can and touch up the roughest areas with ...


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Your supplier needs to turn the Economy 7 output on. They can probably do this via an update the next time you top up with the key. And you need to register a new account with the supplier anyway to ensure you aren't being charged for any debt or outstanding balance of the previous occupant.


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