Fitting a timer on the boiler

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I would like to fit a timer onto my boiler. I have bought the device but not sure whether an electrician or gas safe engineer should fit it. I myself can fit it, seems a very easy and straight forward job but I don't think I'm approved to do it. Any ideas?
 
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turn off power drop the front and you can do it yourself ;)

Thanks, but am I allowed to do it? The laws in UK states a competent person should do it? I don't want to invalidate my home insurance and stuff..A bit of a grey area to be honest. Any ideas...
 
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The laws in UK states a competent person should do it?

can you undo a screw or 2 :?:

can you push a plastic blanking plate out :?:

can you push the clock in :?:

can you put the plug in block x3 rings a bell its in the instructions :idea:

takes all of 10 mins

failing that get somebody in

and FYI i was born and raised in the uk ;)
 
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The laws in UK states a competent person should do it?

can you undo a screw or 2 :?:

can you push a plastic blanking plate out :?:

can you push the clock in :?:

can you put the plug in block x3 rings a bell its in the instructions :idea:

takes all of 10 mins

failing that get somebody in

and FYI i was born and raised in the uk ;)

I had a look at it myself and it is an easy piece of work. But if something goes wrong later on I don't want to go through all legal nightmares...
 
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