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#11 Re: need an electrician in Pattaya

Postby Gaybutton » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:15 pm

rocket wrote:He did a great job.

WHO did a great job? Do you mean Doon or someone else?

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#12 Re: need an electrician in Pattaya

Postby rocket » Fri Feb 17, 2017 6:35 pm

yes,Doon did a great job. Even my boyfriend likes the new lights. so tomorrow were going to do both bedrooms with track lighting. I'm on my way to Boomthaiva near Home pro to replace one of the lights that malfunctioned.

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#13 Re: need an electrician in Pattaya

Postby Gaybutton » Fri Feb 17, 2017 10:40 pm

rocket wrote:yes,Doon did a great job.

I'm glad to know that. Now you know why I so highly recommend Doon whenever there's work to be done.

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#14 Re: need an electrician in Pattaya

Postby rocket » Mon Feb 20, 2017 8:01 pm

well now im not so sure. While putting in 10 more track lights, the breaker box tripped several times. He told me my 60,000 baht tv was toast! It finnally worked after about half hour. He thinks theres too much stuff using electricity and i should replace my electric box(increase the amps).

If i had known this risk i wouldnt have installed so much lighting. Now i wonder how competent he is too install a new box. I really think a liscenced electrician might be better for this job. I have to contact my condo management team to see if theyll approve an upgrade or if ill have to remove all the lights that were added. Is it a big deal replacing the box? I dont want a fire or my renter getting electrocted.

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#15 Re: need an electrician in Pattaya

Postby thaiworthy » Mon Feb 20, 2017 8:35 pm

rocket wrote:While putting in 10 more track lights, the breaker box tripped several times. He told me my 60,000 baht tv was toast!

Did you buy the extended warranty?

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#16 Re: need an electrician in Pattaya

Postby rocket » Mon Feb 20, 2017 9:30 pm

Thats what kept racing thru my mind! Why didnt i get the insurance,lol. My boyfriend told me we would go back to Home Works the next day, but without the warrantee it would be hard to replace it.


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