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    Oil Filled radiator Help!!!!

    I have an RCD to one circuit in my fuse board now following an earlier electrical problem. There is a kitchen separated by a small hallway with an available plug circuit. Or would it be easier to take the radiator back and get a fan heater ?
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    Oil Filled radiator Help!!!!

    It is a towel rail, where else would you put one ? Could I not fit a RCD attachment to my old fashioned fuse board ?
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    Oil Filled radiator Help!!!!

    Blimey that was quick!! It says on the box 150 Watts 240v 50 Hz Can't see any KW rating, it does say it needs to be protected by a 30mA differential circuit breaker and that it should be connected to a fused connection unit incorporating contact separation in all poles. I don't understand any of...
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    Oil Filled radiator Help!!!!

    My wife came home with an oil filled radiator, now.......we live in an old place that has ancient wiring, still have a wired fuse box for example. I know there are strict rules for electricity in the bathroom, now I want to know if it can be wired off the lighting circuit, or does it need a...
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    Insulating solid wall bathroom

    Here is the website http://www.livingheat.co.uk/ I saw them on Ebay and phoned for advice and to order, delivered by Parcelforce two days later. I don't know if they are brand named but were sold as Cement Coated Insulation board 1200x600.I bought 12 @ 20mm and 7 @ 10mm not 6mm as I said...
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    Insulating solid wall bathroom

    My apologies, I have almost finished the bathroom now. I bought 20mm tile backer boards for the walls and 6mm boards for the floor off Ebay. I have plastered it with multi finish plaster, then refitted basin and toilet, still have to decorate it but don't think it will be tiled at this stage...
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    Insulating solid wall bathroom

    Has this topic been done in full somewhere ? Or is this forum very slow ?
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    Insulating solid wall bathroom

    I need to insulate internally two external walls of my ancient solid wall bathroom. Any cost affective suggestions would be very welcome. I have thought about wet wall on top of batoned wall with 20mm insulation board between. Or tile backer insulation board straight on the wall and then...
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