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Drimaster 2000 Installation

Discussion in 'Electrics UK' started by aagohar, 17 Oct 2011.

  1. aagohar

    aagohar

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    hello every one,

    i have not installed a Drimaster 2000 15W ,before, just a request if you could help. It requires 1amp fuse only.
    Shall i have to run a new Circuit from CCU or use the existing Lighting Circuit.
    Can i use 5amp Fused Spur for it as well or the the unit has got its own Fuse inside should be enough.

    or the best way to connect that if you could explain please.

    Any replies will be highly appreciated. Thanks.
     
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    Don't want to be rude, but haven't you read the manufaturers installation instructions.???

    It says:

    Whilst the installation of the Drimaster unit may be achieved by a
    suitable craftsman, the provision of the electrical supply and the
    connection of the unit to the mains must be carried out by a
    qualified electrician.


    Sounds like you need to do what the maker says.

    Note it says MUST BE CARRIED OUT, it doesn't sound optional to me.....
     
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    No dear, there is no Manual with that, thats why i asked. if you dont know thats fine. i will find out. :mrgreen:
     
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