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I have just heard that Lewden / Control Gear Direct have stopped producing their circuit protective devices as of 13th May, is this anything anyone else has heard of or can confirm?
I have used a fair number of their consumer units and RCBOs and will be nonplussed if I now have to tell customers...
Has anyone had problems with this switch fuse??? I went to one last year which was warm to the touch, so I changed it for an Amd3 metal one. I found this one today burnt out, close call. The screw terminals were tight - the source of the heat looks to be the contact inside the switch. This one...
Just had this pop up on me tonight.
I need to install an MCB into a lewden CU tomorrow morning and I don't have a local wholesalers that sells them.
Does anyone know what MCB fits into this board please (other than lewden)
Went to change consumer unit mains incomer after seized. All good , all tested trip tested the 3 rcbo's covering the installation, passed within time, then function test button pressed and pop.
Retest and nothing, clearly up the swanny. My question is relating to my moral dilemma. Dont want to...
Does anyone have any experience with these ? Have been offered some at a great price but I have no experience of the brand whatsoever. I will probably try one or two out but just wondered if anyone could offer direct experience of these ?
Just purchased a CU containing a Main Switch from a reputable company, but having an issue with the Main Switch. Am in discussions with the supplier but would like to be a bit surer of my facts.
The switch is stamped BSEN60947-3 125A 240V. Terminals are well marked. But no CE mark, no...
have a selection of used rcds, mcbs and main switches (2pole + 4pole) for sale
rcds are mainly chint but there are some other brands in there
mcbs are a mixtureof chint lewden and mk
main switches are all lewden
pm me if your interested
Any suggestions as to how to terminate swa into a switch/fuse neatly? I've run it through a metal box and out to the switch with the switch cover covering the point where the sheath is split but wondering if there's a neater way to do things?
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