Bet it goes right up on Christmas day just when you are cooking.
Could you not make new brackets?
There are 2 other LW transmitters in Scotland, also on 198kHz, operating in sync. So what will happen to these if Droitwich fails I wonder.
I’m not sure it is even Arquiva now, the transmitters have been resold at least once. But surely the BBC is paying for a service. If it breaks it...
The transmitter is not the BBCs to repair or even to decide that. All BBC transmitters were sold off around 20 years ago.
Gosh! So there are people who fall for their misinformation!
Olives don’t need PTFE tape.
Why do you think a 3kW heater is a lot cheaper to run than a 2kW max one?
In that case perhaps you should not be doing this.
Surely the wall switches should be permanently off, with the pull switches in parallel!
Long is meaningless without knowing the load. LED lights are a very small load any anyway LED lights are not worried about voltage drop so don't...
Nothing to do with building regs. Yes it would pass electrical regs, but absolutely no point and a waste of copper and money. Use 1.0 mm which can...
You presume wrong. The lighting circuit should be OK. You must have something else wrong. Perhaps a dodgy connection.
1.0 mm is all that is required. Why have got lights that light up the sky? Get ones that shine down only.
1.0mm is more than enough from the FCU to the switches. 0.75mm OK for the lights if the FCU is fused at 3 amps.
The fuse is not for the transformer which should be internally protected. It is to protect the cable.
You must be joking. Duracells are notorious for leaking. Cheap Chinese batteries seem to be better in this respect.
Well a switch can be used for the mirror then not a FCU.
That argument can be applied to every light fitting in your house. Do you fit a FCU on all of them?
You DON’T need a fused spur if you are taking it from the lighting circuit. A 3a fuse in a FCU has no discrimination against a 6a MCB.
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