- 3 Dec 2004
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Yes ,replace the connector block. If the conductors ends are not bright copper ,trim them back .
The grommets on the JB have clearly perished, allowing moisture in. I'd replace the whole thing with something like this:
Yeah I did wonder about that. The rust means water right? The cables pull in and out really easy which can’t be good. Will look at replacing the junction boxes too. Ta.
The wiska box in the link does not appear designed to use glandsThe Wiska boxes recommended are great. To prevent the cables being pulled out you need the correct compression glands. Someone more knowledgeable than me will be able to point you in the right direction.
The wiska box in the link does not appear designed to use glands
Reg 416.2.4I notice the box suggested by davelx and probably the one pictured in the OP has a snap-on lid. I always thought that the internals anything containing live terminals had to accessible only with the use of a tool. What do the regs say about this. I'm not a sparky, just interested to know.
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