I would have suggested via an adaptable box like a Wiska, then you can gland & earth the SWA.
Yes, rocky nailed it in one. It's a G9.
This should do the job....
Sorry, I meant G4, but should pull out like these ones
Looks just like a regular G10 Halogen lamp to me.
Should pull straight out, no twisting, although there may be a glass cover over the front.
You sound clued up, but this is not a DIY job. Should be done by an electrician and is notifiable.
Without reading all the way through I'd say...
I agree, they are dear. Ideal for tall kitchen cupboards though and the lids will close themselves, unlike the one in the OP.
I'd get neck ache reading off the breakers and looking at the labels.
Why not just fit one of these, then at least the customer won't think it's...
The picture Andy requested should tell if there's a Neutral at the switch.
Alternatively it may be an option to explore taking the supply from the...
Completely agree. It was more a general idea for the OP without seeing the job.
The calcs will confirm what is really required as it's difficult...
Fuse/MCB, Lamp/bulb, tomato/tomatoe. I've given up arguing the toss with customers as it doesn't get me anywhere :whistle:
As a quick overview of the job I would:-
-Change the 20A Wylex MCB for a 20A RCBO fed from a non-RCD terminal in the main board.
-I wouldn't worry...
Possibly ripped out after the original rewireable fuses were swapped out to find that it would no longer fit.
Maybe fit a backless cabinet over...
Did someone say the decimal point was in the wrong place o_O
I'd budget for around £500 give or take £100. All depends on what testing he see's fit before changing the board and what the board consists of...
I'd advise fitting an RCD socket.
He was rude to me a few times when I was new and was the reason why I left as I wasn't prepared to put up with the attitude while I was at college...
Brown to red.
Blue to black.
Keep the green/yellow wire out of the way so it's safe. Unless the light fitting is metal, in which case earth it.
Obviously not making enough money as a spark o_O
Thanks. I was looking at Cudis, who say to use up to 63A max. I'll have a proper look at the data sheet to be sure.
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