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Topic # 57703 22-Feb-2010 14:53
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Hi,

I have just moved to NZ with my family and have started working in Christchurch. 

I have now embarked on the mission to change lots of UK plugs to NZ plugs, get my old and underpowered MythTV box to work well with my HDhomerun (probably a lost cause) and cycle all the tracks of the port hills without breaking anything.  Bike or bones.

Peter.

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  Reply # 301032 22-Feb-2010 15:36
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that would be an ecumenical matter

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 301046 22-Feb-2010 16:18
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  Reply # 308011 16-Mar-2010 21:31
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findmestuff: I have now embarked on the mission to change lots of UK plugs to NZ plugs


Probably a bit late now, but what I did is got a bunch of UK multiboxes and just changed the plug to an NZ plug. That way you can plug in with a UK plug.




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