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Christmas lights

Dec 2017 06 17:38

Post by Moon209 » Wed, 6th Dec 2017, 5:38pm

Post by Moon209 by Moon209 Dec 2017 06 17:38

[Like.png] who turns your schools Christmas tree lights of at the end of the night [Angry.png]

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Re: Christmas lights

Dec 2017 06 18:26

Post by EBJ » Wed, 6th Dec 2017, 6:26pm

Post by EBJ by EBJ Dec 2017 06 18:26

I used to do it and had no problem with that, the only thing i could not get management to do was to introduce transformer lights only and mot direct pug in 240 volt 13 amp plugs. [Angry.png]
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Re: Christmas lights

Dec 2017 06 20:00

Post by Drone » Wed, 6th Dec 2017, 8:00pm

Post by Drone by Drone Dec 2017 06 20:00

Moon209 wrote:
Wed, 6th Dec 2017, 5:38pm
[Like.png] who turns your schools Christmas tree lights of at the end of the night [Angry.png]
Me. Every time. Never really minded. Enjoyed most aspects of the festive celebrations at school.

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Re: Christmas lights

Dec 2017 07 07:23

Post by scrubadub » Thu, 7th Dec 2017, 7:23am

Post by scrubadub by scrubadub Dec 2017 07 07:23

I turn on first thing and turn of last thing for the main tree. Any tree's the CO put up it's either them or the cleaner of the room.

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Re: Christmas lights

Dec 2017 07 07:40

Post by craigus » Thu, 7th Dec 2017, 7:40am

Post by craigus by craigus Dec 2017 07 07:40

I turn them on in the morning and then turn them off at the end of the day. And switch off any that has been left on in the classrooms.
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Re: Christmas lights

Dec 2017 07 10:17

Post by Skoolkeeper » Thu, 7th Dec 2017, 10:17am

Post by Skoolkeeper by Skoolkeeper Dec 2017 07 10:17

As for turning off its 50/50 here, but I never turn them on [xmas_wink.gif]

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Re: Christmas lights

Dec 2017 07 10:48

Post by bigbird » Thu, 7th Dec 2017, 10:48am

Post by bigbird by bigbird Dec 2017 07 10:48

The timer in the plug socket does...

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Re: Christmas lights

Dec 2017 07 11:10

Post by JohnE875 » Thu, 7th Dec 2017, 11:10am

Post by JohnE875 by JohnE875 Dec 2017 07 11:10

We never turn our 2 on but always turn them off.
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Re: Christmas lights

Dec 2017 07 16:57

Post by Rockstar » Thu, 7th Dec 2017, 4:57pm

Post by Rockstar by Rockstar Dec 2017 07 16:57

I never turn any on, but turn 4 or 5 a night off!

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Re: Christmas lights

Dec 2017 08 14:42

Post by lesbedford » Fri, 8th Dec 2017, 2:42pm

Post by lesbedford by lesbedford Dec 2017 08 14:42

[xmas_santaclaus.gif] I do as no one else seems to know how to do it or where the socket is they are plugged into,yet they can find it to switch them on [xmas_female.gif]
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