How it was labelled at Toolstation and in the Crabtree catalogue :D
Thanks for that, I bent the tabs back flat which allowed the yoke to sit flat with the wall and cover to go on no problem. I just need to swap...
Thanks for the advice.
what depth backboxes are recommended?
Sorry all this is a flush backbox, I call them all patresses
Interesting, I get what you mean now. Would need to try it out again after bending tabs back out
But don’t like the fact that the yoke needs to be loose
I bent them backwards which allows it to go past
Thanks for that. Shame I’m not a fan of LAP.
Think I’ll just stick to the Crabtree capitol range for now, but chunky but good quality and price.
Do all grid switches require a dedicated backbox? I’ve just purchased a Crabtree 1 gang yoke and a couple of switches to try out on a...
There were plans years ago to have half used as a surgery and other half for living, but it never went ahead.
we have gas and there’s about 8m between our meter and the neighbours.
It would be interesting to see actual cables. Maybe when I get DNO out on completion to upgrade my supply I can ask them
So mine looks like the 2 supplies diagram with one 1 being used. I guess at some point way before I purchased the house there could of been 2...
heres a pic of the head further back
it’s a 6-bed detached over 3 floors, always been a domestic dwelling
Yes I was thinking Type A RCBO’s on all circuits.
It’s weird but it maybe that I’ve only ever fitted Crabtree, wylex, Hager, MK and would like to...
I’ve looked at fuse box but wasn’t sure on them, was thinking Hager, don’t want to go budget
defo not for next door, and there’s no cable coming out of it, pic attached.
I’m looking to do a rewire as part of a building regs plans I am submitting with other works and started to take a look at the income. It...
thanks, should the gap be in between the wall and insulation itself? Could get possibly 90mm if not 100mm in as full full, won’t know 100% until...
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