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    Push fit connectors

    Used a hand air pump to push air and water through. I had already tried. X400 They also tried rodding it, but I suspect they were doing the wrong pipe.
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    Push fit connectors

    My plumber was unable to unblock my radiator pipes. So I have had to take the floor up. How do I remove the copper pipe from this fitting please? Connector probably from 2003. It spins around. Thought I would ask first. How do I release these?
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    Consumer unit in garage

    You shouldn’t need to fuse sockets.
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    Consumer unit in garage

    They aren’t really required. It’s good that the light has a suitable fuse if wiring thin. Is the supply to garage protected by RCD ?
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    Is a main switch needed on a sub board?

    For a cooker, I would want to be able to isolate the neutral to allow things upstream to still work on an element failure.
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    Security camera - recommend one please

    I guess all I really want, is to look on my phone and see what’s going on live. And maybe a movement alert
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    Security camera - recommend one please

    This one looks interesting. I just want to see. What’s going on really How would I connect it up? Do I need any other boxes? Reolink 5MP PoE CCTV Secuirty IP Camera AI Alerts IR Night IP66 Waterproof 520A
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    Security camera - recommend one please

    Don’t really want a ring
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    Security camera - recommend one please

    Can anyone recommend a cheap one please? Ideal features: Mains powered (or solar) Use outdoors No subscription Wi-Fi ideally (will consider IP) Use with an app Good security standards used.
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    Party wall garage

    The wall in question is not currently a party wall.
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    Party wall garage

    Me neighbour and I have 2 garages next to each other. It’s detached. Most of the land around the garage belongs to my neighbour. (Apart from a parking space infront of my garage). I notice he has put in planning permission to build another garage next to mine. (As well as other works - a...
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    Is it worth adding additional cores when buying SWA?

    Probably. What’s your supply earth type
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    Is it worth adding additional cores when buying SWA?

    4 core is sensible if you wanted to remotly switch an external light.
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    Installing RCBO Query

    Should they trip when a particular light is turned on, the op can put both circuits into the same rcbo, while they consider the best way forward
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    Installing RCBO Query

    Your original idea it fine. Change the lights to 6A rcbos. Minimal work for a diyer. Cost effective. I don’t think we would want a diyer replacing an RCD or messing around with the whole board.
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    Wiring an oven

    If you don’t need the socket, remove and disconnect it. (They are useful for modern ovens that come with plugs ) Or try and get the 3 wires into the terminals if u can
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    Installing RCBO Query

    And that is at least what it costs for an all AFDD board now
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    Installing RCBO Query

    I would say there is room. Sometimes you have a mass of cables coming across you can’t move. Personally I would go for 2 6A to ensure your lights will stay on as much as possible. When I did mine I added a 32A rcbo (eg for downstairs sockets). I thought about suggesting it, but concluded the...
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    Installing RCBO Query

    Yes get 6A It was compliant to 16th edition at the time
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