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If it's not a composting toilet you will need a waste
Was it a standard plug? Some of them air cleaners use a transformer with in the plug
I think the handiest way would be to get a locksmith in. But if you want to do it your self, remove the architrave and stop bead, remove the screws holding the frame push or pull the door and frame out. It's a lot of work
Looks like swa is there any power out your back?
Where abouts are you located? There is plenty of cabinet makers and kitchen installers in ireland that would be willing to help. If you are near Dublin you could try ikea if your into using big companies
Dont have it over your shower!!! if I was you I would get reci in. You will need to wire it through a isolating switch. The shorter the duct the better
Frame fixing screws would be your best bet
Is it a stood or solid wall?
Using a skeleton box he will have to extend the wires. Witch may need reci and trying to sit the socket properly on the plaster board is impossible
I would but a half sheet of the insulated board. cut out a square foot of the slab in your kitchen then remove the socket and see witch way the wires are comeing, break out some plaster behind the insulated wall and that will give you your slack on the cable. When cutting out for the new socket in t
I moved a 8x6 shed with 4 decent lads. We just lifted it up and went for a walk. I would recommend a few plants of 4x2 screws to the shed frame (at hip hight) and with 6 lads walk it to it's new home. The up side of using the timber is that you can put it down if it's to have
There are plenty of mens around Dublin the only down side is the hours
Before you slab the inside push the out side light wires back in and drill out the hole make sure to go deeper than you need
The 2 part epoxy should be frealy air tight and a role of air tightness tape to cover everything up. You should be good with that