they don't make thermostats like they used to sadly.
Maybe try one of these ?
I think both methods get used.
Dave savoury covered it in video a few days ago
he used the earth at the supply end(for armour), to avoid having...
Is it 5 core ? Or 3 core
It was the way it was done in the 60s.
I'd probably fit the ring door bell first, to avoid having the power off for too long.
Which ring bell did you buy ? pro? 2?
see links above
I can't believe its still only on one page :ROFLMAO:. These things usually run to 3 pages !
No, those transformers need to be in an enclosure, because of the main voltage.
Yes you could replace your current bell with an exclosure.
Interesting point. Not heard of a problem in practice.
you need one with an enclosure unless you have 2 spare ways in your consumer unit....
Take a look at BG ones
As said, it’s always nice to get one screw in wood
I tap the ceiling and listen to note changes.
When you get a lower tone there is a beam.
if you do this across a large area and identify 2 beams,...
I would say it’s common to have large leakage currents under fault conditions.
(In excess of 500ma)
I’m thinking of a failed heating element
Sadly it’s very common for tails to be inside a wall and unprotected
you would need to have an RCD at the house end or use an RCD socket.
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