Replacing a door handle

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  1. irnbru

    irnbru Funster Life Member

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    20160219_184320.jpg Well ain't I chuffed :) Having a man around to explain to me how to do something then stand back and just supervise is wonderful. Today's job was to change the broken habitation door handle. Here's some photos of my work.
     

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    Aaaw brilliant 52 views and not one reply (n) Wheres my pat in the back being a woman an all...Whats the problem? My wine or am I putting you all to shame cos I'm becoming a handy woman :LOL:
     
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    Wow, great job. That locking mechanism makes mine look a bit flimsey !
     
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    I'm really happy to see that you needed a man though:whistle:
     
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    irnbru Funster Life Member

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    I needed a
    I needed a man for the confidence ...knowing if I buggered it up there would be someone to fix it :LOL:
     
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    :wink:We know we're indispensable but it's rare for you ladies to admit it in public
     
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    Well done. The reason most of us men are keeping quiet is we have been taught over the last 20+ years that you women wanted equality.
    We would never congratulate a man for learning a diy trick like this, so bearing in mind the equality thingy we thought it best to keep our gobs shut :whistle::p:LOL:

    Also no matter what we say we will be wrong ;)
     
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    Sandra, let me know when you have successfully fit extra solar panels and I'll pop my van around for you to do mine!!!

    Well done, it is a bit daunting attempting these things on your pride and joy. I had to change a 12 vt socket on mine after being a bit heavy handed!! Really easy.
     
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    Well done that girl! :clap:
     
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    True ::bigsmile:
     
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    Unlike us males you can follow instructions! looks like it worked out OK, (y) hope you lubricated it!
     
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    At a cost of £122 to replace your damn right it got well lubricated as did all other parts :D
     
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    I would have congratulated Alan on his great supervision earlier if I had seen the thread... :LOL:
    Seriously though ,well done ...Pleased it's sorted...
    Andy
     
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    I'm disappointed in you ... I thought you meant the man who had come to explain had carried on and fitted it for you whilst YOU supervised! That would have been much better ... after all knowing how to do something is one thing, but managing to get someone else to do it for you is better!!!! :D Dog and bark come to mind ... :LOL:

    Mind you, I do all our stuff ... I like to have it done right!!! (y)
     
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    Excellent job, well done (y)& it gives you confidence for anything else that needs to be looked at.just a pity about the price of the part.:(
     
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    Hey Sandra can you repair mine for me , the lock spring is broken and I just can't see how to take the door apart.
     
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