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Old 29-03-2017, 06:51 PM
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Is there a website to use instead of dial before you dig. I have not looked but should be online for all to see?
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Old 29-03-2017, 08:08 PM
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https://www.linesearchbeforeudig.co.uk/
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Do they have plans for services once they leave the main road and onto domestic properties?
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Old 31-03-2017, 10:42 PM
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Ok i have just used this line search. They have emailed a map but BT is not included it seams BT don't contribute to linesearch. Sods law
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BT is the easy one to find. Its guaranteed to be in the first bucket you pull!

I've had good results from using a CAT scan, particularly with BT and Electric. A very worthwhile investment, think I paid 100 for mine off ebay. Hasn't been calibrated since 2001 but still works like a dream.
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BT is the easy one to find. Its guaranteed to be in the first bucket you pull!

I've had good results from using a CAT scan, particularly with BT and Electric. A very worthwhile investment, think I paid 100 for mine off ebay. Hasn't been calibrated since 2001 but still works like a dream.
service and calibration is so cheap its a no brainer to be honest , especially how much money it has saved

these have just done my RD400 https://www.subtech.co.uk/pages/servicing that also needed repair and new battery holders 160 , both back with years calibration and new batteries in both
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