Easiest thing to do is fit a washing machine standpipe. Don't just try to box it in.
Something like a McAlpine WM3
Unrelated to the original question, but there looks to be overheating of the neutrals in this picture.
Many water companies will subsidise the replacement of a lead water supply. Worth checking the website of your supplier.
The OP certainly can.
I'd go for something like this: https://amzn.to/3vEwKCw
You shouldn't need to be cranking too hard. I assume it was not cross threaded and the mating edges are relatively flat?
No, you would most likely need to replace the first outdoor socket with the FCU
You could take another spur from the socket on the ring if it can be safely terminated in the back of that socket. Alternatively fit a 13A FCU...
Fan driven is likely to be better since there is less latency when trying to heat the place, but many people find oil radiators better as...
Quick test on the LCR meter of the parallel capacitance:
Not the capacitance itself, but the apparent capacitance measured at the terminals. The model has inductive and resistive elements which give the...
Indeed, they oddly only give Cj (at 1 MHz). Cp which is the parallel capacitance is not given - I guess because at one test frequency it means...
First datasheet on google shows only with a test frequency of 1 MHz, but you get the idea. [ATTACH]
Where you care about the parasitic capacitance. The capacitance is usually quite different for a 1N4001 than a 1N4007, so you'll find a it starts...
Being in Zone 2 doesn't require an IP65 rating anyway
Which trip is tripping? What are the markings on that device?
As mentioned, a Klik Flow or similar will work, or you can use an Ashley J501.
Good luck with the upside-down plasterboard though :eek:
The drawing is incorrect. In this instance the switch is pointless as the diode is always forward biased. The original diagram was...
Of course, because whenever I go in the loft I like to make a cup of tea.
Just to stop people taking a kettle into the loft for a brew. Also more usefully will hopefully prevent the alarm from accidentally being...
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