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ive been asked to quote to install a second hand hot tub and it all seemed straight forward at first, the plate on the side said 16A so i done my quote and calculations based on it needing a 16A supply etc. Ive since looked into it and been sent some instructions which the customer thinks...
One of my clients want to install USA standart 110V sockets at his home.
Maybe someone can advise how to do it legally.
I think American sockets isn't a British Standard :(
Very grateful for the advice.
I've got to say thats Very impressive and makes UK builders look Lazy lol although the Health & Safety on Chinese Construction sites looks non existent :p
Again, I'm hoping this is in the right forum. If not, please don't hesitate to say so...
That said, the back story is that I just bought a new dryer. Because I'm an idiot, I didn't check the power cord before purchasing, and now that it's in my home I notice that it has a nema 14-30 plug. I...
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