:rolleyes: he clearly means a high IP rating.
You can supply them off a Fused connection unit or an inline fuse unit and down rate the fuse if you really want to
Looks like it's just the lighting (no big deal) and garage that isn't protected by an RCD. I agree with both the above. When you move in post...
Odd to say not having a 6 month label a C1!
Try photographing the test results with a camera outside if overcast and post that.
We have an Aerial for Terrestrial & Free view channels and Ethernet cable for Netflix. Amazon, Disney & anything else. Had Virgin Media TV but was...
what size cable is in the cooker outlet 6mm? you maybe able to put a socket here instead, cutting a hole in the work top will look sh!t and a bodge.
It might mean their RCD is over sensitive, i'd do a Ramp test on it if they're ok with that. L-N is quite useful to ensure overcurrent protection...
Which ones? Screw fix or an electrical wholesaler
Looks like every circuit is SWA or am I mistaken? Lots of power consumed!
I can't possibly see an experienced Electrician making a termination like that. I agree with Rocky you'd have to intentionally remove a knock-out...
Maybe a supply fluctuation, any of your neighbours have the same issue?
What feeds the current socket and what protects it?
SY Cable is used quite a bit in Telecoms inside Mobile Phone Cabins and Transmission stations. Very good cable quite flexible and has a bit of...
So the workshop will require a re-wire and the existing will require testing to just to confirm it's ok? There must be a few more circuits not drawn?
Or one of Hager J501 if it will still have access via the light fitting.
The Electrician you had that did the shower sounds a very competent and forward thinking chap planning for future requirements lucky you!
I think He will need a Way-leave for something like this signed by you and your other neighbour
I suspect a wire as worked loose somewhere. You'll have to look at all three fittings and see where it is.
How many circuits has the property got overall?
Yes I agree! I also agree with John as the Extension leads are not part of the actual fixed wire installation. Where are the Test results?
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