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Is the Brown Wire that goes in to L1 on the second faceplate a permanent live?
If so, could I change the faceplate to a 2 gang and add a link from the L1 to the Comm to feed another lamp?
Just had a customer request to ensure his installation is correctly earth bonded prior to install of Water Meter
Now we all know that water is Bonded near to stop cock and gas is before 1st joint on the outlet
But where do we bond Oil Feeds as not in BS7671 ??
Hi All, my friend asked me for some advice but im not 110% sure. He has installed a outside security light with built in PIR detection, but also wanted it to operate as a normal light when switched. So he has wired to switchlines from a 1g 2way switch, 1 switchline feeds directly to the live of...
Hi all was wondering if anybody could help who has knowledge with sky installation , currently doing a rewire and am pulling in the sky points so the cable is hidden, in total there is going to be 8 tvs and they want sky for each one of them, pulling in twin satalite cable for sky plus but do...
This is a 2 way 2 gang dimmer switch, which has feed in/out, and 2 switched lives and neutrals. So 4 neutrals blocked in a connector block, which was then put behind the switch as there was no room inside (only a 25 mm back box used), and the feeds had to blocked as 'the installer' could not get...
Got a loft conversion going on soon, i would like to fit radio link alarms on ground,1st and loft level..prob is, all 3 floors are on a different lighting circuit,
Is this ok to connect from three different feeds ? or as i suspect , they should all come off the same circuit ?
This year I'm going to focus on seeing if I can develop my website so I actaully get some business from it. Rather than just having it as a one page basic necessity.
Been speaking to my marketing/web designer chap who says the best way to get it further up the page with well...
Ok im on a contract installing kitchens and I was told by a collegue that its fine to put PVC trunking behind the cooker but I have reservations if this against any regs??thought id quickly ask here 1st.
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