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    Extractor Fan In Kitchen

    Taylortwocities thanks. So this means I can put a 13amp plug on the new extractor and it will be ok.
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    Extractor Fan In Kitchen

    I already have a hood type extractor fan directly above the hob in the kitchen, which now needs replacing. If I was to replace it will i require Part P for the job ? If not my old fan has 3 pin plug on it, will I be able to do the same on the new one ? Thanks
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    Earth bonding in bathroom

    Thanks BAS. The first link doesn't work. Sorry more questions Is the pipework just cross-bonded together or does the earth then needs to be run back to the CU ? I assumne its ok for my celing downlights and ceiling extractor fan as its outside the zones.
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    Earth bonding in bathroom

    The plumbing will be in copper. Its only a plastic bath, the sink toilet and shower tray will be the usual ceramic stuff.
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    Earth bonding in bathroom

    Hi I am having a new bathroom fitted next week. It will have a platic bath, sink, toilet, quadrant shower tray, power shower where the pump is in the airing cupboard in the room next to the bathroom and normal radiator. Downlighters and extraction fan is being fitted to the ceiling. There...
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    Electrics in bathroom

    Hi, I am having an extractor fan and some downlighters fitted in my current bathroom, does the work need to be Part P approved or is it notifiable work ? Thanks
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    Extending a ring circuit in a bedroom

    John thanks for your reply. This looks very similair to what I am trying to do. Would I be allowed to make joints in the cable using crimps and a compression tool and then hide them under the floor boards ? Also as the old cabling is black/red can I make these joins to the newcabling which...
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    Extending a ring circuit in a bedroom

    I need an extra two mains sockets in a bedroom. Can I extend the current ring as non-notifiable or will I need Part P ? Also what would be the allowed ways to extend the current cables under the floorboards as I will remove the current socket I have. Are you allowed to use juction boxes to...
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