Maybe make sure the cable has to go up to reach the back of the fused spur. Just to make sure.
Then I could replace the ceiling, because 30yrs of...
What do the most recent regs say about washing machines in bathrooms?
My (2.5m x 2.1m) ground floor bathroom and 1st floor kitchen need...
[ATTACH] Slight zoning issues:
Bath protrudes 10mm under central heating boiler.
Original ceilng light was only just outside footprint of bath, in...
The spark that fitted the CU wrote "Boiler" under the "Ring 1" switch text, so it's a 240v supply. The copper inner of the the red live is 1mm...
Doh! In a bathroom. Revised.
I'll turn of the power and put a vernier on the copper inners.
Can I add another fused spur in a bathroom (for a washing machine) to the existing supply for the central heating boiler? Old colours cable - 51M...
The 221 are more compact than the 222, much easier to fit in the wagobox.
I have a basic installation box from Screwfix, with a selection of 222 224 773. I'll probably go with the 222.
I have a certain amount of temp. access. I think I'll just use a Wago box so that inspection access need not be provided, and shunt the new light...
That opens the options up.
Does it make any difference if push fit connectors are used, or do I need to use lever connectors?
2170 ceiling height.
I don't have a light in mind yet.
When extending cables in the ceiling, with a connector block inside a chocbox, do I have to leave access to this new junction?
There's either a sink or a bath either side of the bathroom door. Could I put a pull cord switch above the sink?
A cluster of 3 led lights, it's good because the bathroom gets very little natural light. But it's zonally conflicted in plan, being sited just...
Rendered and skimmed wall, vinyl paint.
What is the vest prep? It doesn't seem like a good surface to tile, maybe a good scoring with el diablo...
Ah, also slightly cheaper at https://www.adafastfix.co.uk/Products/Stainless-Masonry-Screws
It's more to stop it springing up adjacent to where any significant weight might be applied, that's why I wanted the threaded option.
Thank you, yes. Original query revised.
In the UK, that is. Easily available in the US and Oz but I can't find the right search terminology to source any in the UK..
To fix sub floor...
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