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Alternative choc block failure cannot seem to find the one in the photo attached in common b and q Screwfix shops, can anyone give me the correct name of part? as it is not a normal choc block, or can anyone link me to the part for ease of purchase .
Im interested in some further education. I am really interested in electrical engineering. The problem is I'm not sure if to go down the HND or degree route.
I know a degree would look alot more impressive on a CV but I have some reservations on that because I think it may be too complicated...
As the title, does any one know of any companies in and around the area potentially taking blokes on or a bloke in this case?
Reason for asking is, one of my oppo’s has been dealt a shi’ite hand and is in need.
Any help or avenues of approach greatly appreciated.
I'm looking to spark discussion and gather views on fitting wi-fi based smart technology (smart switches, lights etc) into new-builds or to retro-fit. I'm interested because I can see a whole load of consumer stuff being sold, but right now it doesn't look useful, it looks...
So here I am perusing my favourite electrical forum and a local plumbing and heating company to me in Chelmsford comes up on a pop up advert offering their services for small electrical electrical jobs at a staggering £87.12 (inc vat per hour) for jobs from 1-4...
Just read an interesting albeit brief story on a fire in Bristol.
Looks as if the DNO cut out caught fire.
its rare for a cut out to go up,more likely a loose wire on one of the tails to or from meter.
looking at the images the incoming supply has been cut back and nothing is left.
i like the...
I'm a trainee electrician and currently involved in some EICRs. Was just wondering about the installation methods codes, I've been looking through the 18th edition wiring regulations but can't seem to find the code for say twin and earth cable capped in a masonry wall and so was...
Gamma Solutions is a technological group developing added value projects since 2002. It is focused on both consultancy and telecommunications and renewable energies engineering. Related to this it develops a wide variety of services such as: technical assistance, turn key projects, Project...
Hi all, just wondered if anyone can help please. I'm currently trying to resolve an issue with a family members fiesta. It's 2004 and 1.4 petrol.
When you turn the ignition on, at position 1 just the oil pressure light and door open light come on, nothing else. When you turn to position 2...
Hi, I'm new in London and I'm looking for jobs but not being successful. I'm wandering if there is something that I'm not aware about..
I have and electrical engineer bachelor's degree, I studied in an international university in Malaysia. . What would you recommend me to do?
Thanks in advance
Hi there, new to the forum so be gentle!
We live in a second floor flat above a bakery shop. The shop has plenty of machinery including large freezers that run all night. Recently we have noticed a reasonably high pitched electrical buzz coming from one wall in our flat. Across multiple rooms...
Mature adult wanting to gain some on job experience. Willing to work as part time labour for any electricians in and around the SE-SW London,
I would happily accept a £60 day rate for any one willing to show me the ropes.
I’m enrolling into college in September for my level 1.
I have an exam coming up shortly.
Would anyone have a sample paper.
It's the electrical and electronic diploma, unit 308. It's a written exam
The course id is 2850-30
I can't seem to find any examples anywhere
Thank you very much
For the use of lots of people on here who aren't aware of these:
Best Practice Guides | Electrical Safety First - https://www.electricalsafetyfirst.org.uk/professional-resources/best-practice-guides/
Look in particular at No 1 as it covers lots of useful information such as regarding changing...
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