I've tried switching off and restarting the laptop, liading new wifi driver and unticking the box so it doesn't just disconnect from wifi autonatically but it doesn't have any effect.
How can i prevent the laptop from disconecting when I'm in the middle of using it?
Thanks1 AnswerLaptops & Notebooks2 months ago
What would it cost to force a neighbour to give the required Party Wall notice to us, given that a) their building work affects the Party Wall so they're required to give us official notice b) we've asked them for it twice, they've said they'll do it weeks ago but nothing has come through and c) they started the work 2 weeks ago including laying foundations alongside our rear border as well as erecting a loft extension.
Getting the notice would give us protection and make it easier should any damage be caused, but forcing them to do it means legal costs or injunctions.4 AnswersLaw & Ethics2 months ago
I can no longer screw the (vertical) thermostatic radiator head onto one radiator, as the screw thread is okay but the plastic inner section has broken so once screwed in it just falls off.
Can i buy any equivalent thermostatic radiator head to replace it, as long as it has the same screw thread diameter of 3cm and, if so, why is it that sellers of these heads never specify the size i.e. for the width of the bottom which actually screws into the base?1 AnswerMaintenance & Repairs2 months ago
We're changing our older cooker (we live in the UK) but we need to decide between 2 cookers, one of which would need to draw a current up to 32 amps and the another, which would draw up to 45 amps. Both are A rated for efficiency.
How can we even tell whether our cooker's electrical circuit could take a 45 amp current, since there's no indication on either the cooker itself (as to what current the current cooker uses) or on the RCD fusebox (as to what the individual circuit can actually take)?5 AnswersMaintenance & Repairs5 months ago