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  1. EFLImpudence

    Wiring ICON15 with Timer

    Polyfilla.
  2. EFLImpudence

    Garage supply

    Yes, so stop doing it. No. It is just 'additional'. That is - extra.
  3. EFLImpudence

    'Safe Zone' created by 'current using equipment' ??

    You started it. Is that not what was originally said which you have been disputing all along and causing the insanity? Of course not. Only you have suggested such a thing. Of course.
  4. EFLImpudence

    Wiring ICON15 with Timer

    Correct. Which other brown? It does.
  5. EFLImpudence

    Garage supply

    Are you still not confusing the current drawn by one or more loads rising gradually or in steps - until cleared by the OPD before the current reaches such a high level as PSCC (or PEFC) - and fault current being instantaneously very high - and cleared instantaneously? No one has suggested there...
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    Garage supply

    I suppose it could but that would take some doing. I can only think of - so what?
  7. EFLImpudence

    Garage supply

    Well, by definition, they cannot be overloads. "Overload current. An overcurrent occurring in a circuit which is electrically sound." Does that make the rest of your post invalid?
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    Garage supply

    PFC is the greater of PEFC and PSCC - so...
  9. EFLImpudence

    What type of circuit in my kitchen?

    Decisive help. You would think someone else would have said that already.
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    'Safe Zone' created by 'current using equipment' ??

    For goodness' sake, John, let it lie. No one was saying that an appliance could be used to describe the safe zone like that when installing cables. It obviously cannot because - well because - when installing cable the appliance won't be there, will it? All I ever said was that after the...
  11. EFLImpudence

    2 way switching plus 1 intermediate

    It depends on what you call a "way". Different ways are just connecting some of the conductors(wires) at different places on the basic circuit.
  12. EFLImpudence

    'Safe Zone' created by 'current using equipment' ??

    Ok. The definition: "Point (in wiring). A termination of the fixed wiring intended for the connection of current-using equipment." Not everything is spelled out in infinite detail to satisfy every question you can think of. Not really but how essential is it? I don't think it has changed -...
  13. EFLImpudence

    Towel Rail FCU

    No, I said the regulations do not require an FCU (and therefore do not state where one must be fitted) and you disagree but will not tell me where they do say such a thing. I remind you again I did not tell the OP not to fit one.
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    'Safe Zone' created by 'current using equipment' ??

    Is that not obvious? The point where the cable is connected. What more can I say?
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    'Safe Zone' created by 'current using equipment' ??

    So - are you now disputing the usage of the words 'point' and 'safe'. It is unusual for terms in the electrical trade to be less than ideal. I think you are looking at it the wrong way round. It is not that someone is burying a cable away from the horizontal or vertical position of a "point"...
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    'Safe Zone' created by 'current using equipment' ??

    Is that not the case if one cannot tell where exactly the "point" is?
  17. EFLImpudence

    Towel Rail FCU

    It is. Why do you disagree? Then please show which regulation states that an FCU is compulsory.
  18. EFLImpudence

    Towel Rail FCU

    Disagree with what?
  19. EFLImpudence

    Towel Rail FCU

    You and others will note that I did not state the OP should not fit an FCU but simply that the regulations do not specify the locations of things they do not require.
  20. EFLImpudence

    Towel Rail FCU

    Then please show which regulation does require it.
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