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    Quote Originally Posted by rob aylestone View Post
    Trouble is some things need two people and that's going too be difficult.
    I built my room totally on my own. The key to achieving that was buying a plasterboard hoist which could be used to hold all kinds of things in place. I also had a board trolley to move boards around. Neither of those are expensive in the grand scheme of things.
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    It's those things that takes ridiculous extra time that get me. on me renovation/repair job in my studio I was pulling in cables through the flooring - I'd sit on the floor, and tug, and it would bind. I'd get up go into the computer cupboard and untwist, then go back and sit down and tug again. Repeat ad nauseam. Two people - ten minutes, me on my own - nearly four hours!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rob aylestone View Post
    It's those things that takes ridiculous extra time that get me. on me renovation/repair job in my studio I was pulling in cables through the flooring - I'd sit on the floor, and tug, and it would bind. I'd get up go into the computer cupboard and untwist, then go back and sit down and tug again. Repeat ad nauseam. Two people - ten minutes, me on my own - nearly four hours!
    Yeah some stuff is easier with even a youngster helping. "Hold this here until I tell you" . Stuff like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rob aylestone View Post
    It's those things that takes ridiculous extra time that get me. on me renovation/repair job in my studio I was pulling in cables through the flooring - I'd sit on the floor, and tug, and it would bind. I'd get up go into the computer cupboard and untwist, then go back and sit down and tug again. Repeat ad nauseam. Two people - ten minutes, me on my own - nearly four hours!
    Ah! Two workmates anda broom handle for the cable drums. Done this for LNE lektrik. DONT forget to pull a blue rope through as well.

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    blue rope went in first - the big problem was monitor connectors. Plus, these cables being stiff make it worse.

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