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Old 08-06-2015, 05:40 AM   #41
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Nice ....but I was hoping to get by with my old>>>>



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Old 08-07-2015, 08:23 PM   #42
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Have you got the calibration certificate?

No certificate, you can’t use it.
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I'm in the process of contracting a 3 unit rewire for a Brittish couple this fall

Our first meeting was all about our 'methods' , thankfully i've been somewhat enlightened on line to Brittish Standards to have some clue and kept up with him

Oh and, he's also one of 'God's special children'.....an engineer!

Methinks he's taken a shine to me.....this should be interesting ......

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Poultry sheds come under special locations and will probably require TT earthing and rodent resistant cabling.

Have fun.
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Poultry sheds come under special locations and will probably require TT earthing and rodent resistant cabling.

Have fun.

Why isnt TN-C-S and TN-S allowed?
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Have you got the calibration certificate?

No certificate, you canít use it.

I don't have a calibration certificate and I use it all the time. That's just stupid.


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I’m referring to UK electrical work, not what you do in your private life.
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Kitchen:
Vent fan
Under counter lights
Toaster
Kettle
Coffee maker
Dish washer
4 spare plugs min
Electric hob
Electric oven
Fridge freezer
hob?

can anyone unfuzz me?

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hob?

can anyone unfuzz me?

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I think it's what I would call a "hot plate".
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hob?

can anyone unfuzz me?

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This:

https://www.google.com/search?q=hob&...IVBOyACh0LhAhm


British term for cooktop.
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