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Hi Bill. Thank you. But Farnells wanted me to open an account. The more I think about it, all I require is a good screw with the correct thread, to remain screwed up tight to hold it together. Best wishes Kevin 



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Passed Driver wrote: Hi Bill. Thank you. But Farnells wanted me to open an account. The more I think about it, all I require is a good screw with the correct thread, to remain screwed up tight to hold it together. Best wishes Kevin K

Kevin, what is wrong in opening an account?
Do you have to get your grandmothers signature to approve it ?
Do it !
As Bill said, stop faffing about !



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Thank you. Ron . That is a good question but, I am not an electrician nor do I intend to be a regular customer, I do however have an account with screwfix . But I shop there regularly. Best wishes Kevin 



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No pat on the back for you then Kevin!



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Hi Bill.  Thank you. But, the way I see it, I cannot am carrying half of London on my back, and that don’t take “ No Working Out “. Unless you have been an ex pat for so long???   Best wishes Kevin 



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