he told me that he was saving up in order to start an electrician's course maybe next year.
If they are not NICEIC approved (check their site) and they are advertising as such then they are committing fraud.
What make is the CU? I can see hager MCBs but no RCD at all. Poor attempt at blanking the spare hole!
I don't like the sight of flex conduit outdoors, although it does offer some additional protection.
How is the switch fuse connected up?
I will ask him about the MCB'sJust 1 RCD?
If it's a Crabtree CU why Hager MCBs?
Don't forget we like photos!
Not necesserilly a dual RCD board - it depends on wiring type as to what type of protection you need. It might be a fully loaded RCBO board is better, but a lot more expensive.
Is your spark talking of Pyrotenax? A plastic CU will be awful to connect that sort of stuff into anyway.
To be able to do the very basics of this he should have been on a course at some time and have some qualifications, not rely on a stranger inspecting and testing his work.
He's 22 ..and (I've not mentioned this bit before for some reason ) he's PolishTo be able to do the very basics of this he should have been on a course at some time and have some qualifications, not rely on a stranger inspecting and testing his work.
and who's to say he didn't work for his dad as a mate for 20 years and knows more than the 20year old fresh out of college..
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