Lucia. I suggest you go and dig out your copy of Technical Ecstasy and chill out a bit.
I wonder why I have a box of fusebox components in my garage... ? Maybe it's because I am not inclined to leave rubbish at the customers' houses when I've finished a job. Does this make me inexperienced? I suppose you would just throw it in the bin.
Anyway, if you actually read my previous comments, you will notice that I have already looked at the fuselink, so no need to be surprised that I hadn't done so already. It looked like 30A fusewire. I do not have bionic eyes or Vernier calipers.
Also, if you read my previous comments, you will notice that I have denied exaggerating the size of the loads on this circuit. Yet you appear to insist I am lying. If it comes to it I will prove it to you by taking photographs. Would you like me to do this for you? If you were prepared to apologise for your comments about my honesty and professionalism, then it may be worth my while... I have to go back to the property, obviously, to undertake remedial work.
Back to the subject - The installation that the customer wired in for his workshop and kennels requires its own supply. As he only has a TT overhead supply, a new supply for the kennels may not be possible. Which means he has wasted a whole lot of time and money constructing an installation that cannot be used. Here are the options as I see them:
a) Order a separate supply for the kennels.
b) Fit a boiler in order to eliminate the water heater, shower etc. to reduce the maximum demand so that the installation can be wired into a switchfuse off the existing supply.
It looks like option a) is by far the easiest. If no supply is available, then option b) will be the only answer - and it will cost a bomb!