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Hi, as long as the paint/wall is sound then yes, perfectly fine.
Hi, yes just smooth with say a 120 grit sandpaper, and prime and paint. you may possibly need some filler just to skim over it first if the plaster is still pitted after rubbing down, powder filler that you mix water with will be best.
Paper should have been removed for a proper job, will need a good rub down now after paper is removed to feather it in, done properly and after painting or papering it will not be noticed at all.
Hello, you can dismantle it easily enough with basic tools, there is probably some redundant copper pipes attached to the old unit, just cut with hacksaw, have a washing up bowl handy to collect any remaining water that may be in the pipes. the units are usually quite heavy. the most important thing is to be certain the electrical and gas connections have been isolated which should have been done by the installers of your new system.
Mixing at too high a speed.