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Hello, I'm here to ask a few questions about how an electrician might do something. I might or might not learn to do things myself, depending on how much free time I have in the future.
I'm living full time in an RV and reading a book about wiring from Lowe's Hardware. I just noticed this forum...
The breaker for my living room has been tripping since Sunday.
I have physically checked all the wiring in the sockets and they all seemed fine.
I then checked them all with a socket tester and the read was fine.
I have used all of the appliances on a different circuit and they are all...
Hi, I've been living in Australia for the past 5 years and have decided to return. I have 5 years experience in the uk before I come out here and have 2330 lvl 2 & 3, 2391,17th and NICEIC PV (expired after 5 years). Just want to know what's changed in the last 5 years? I notice a lot of talk...
Just after a bit of advice please.
I need to install a carbon monoxide detector in a rented flat but not sure whether it needs 1 or 2.
It's a small one bed flat with a kitchen and living room. The gas boiler is in a separate kitchen cupboard and there is a gas hob in the kitchen. There is also...
Have a job to fit smoke alarms to 2 bed two storey house which is going to be rented out (Im in Scotland by the way).
(Have tried to find some details for this online but failed!)
Normally I would fit smoke alarm in downstairs hall, kitchen (Heat), living room and upstairs landing. This house...
Well what did you do after work , well after a day of chasing walls out in a room at 28degrees on the way home i popped to valley airfield and this is what i watched yep the red arrows did a display to about 100 people what an end to a hot and very dusty day one advantage of living so close to...
new on here ,so be nice
i have a large back outhouse at my property
that was used back in the day for a coal bunker/toilet .
this has all been removed now and made into a bedroom .the walls are solid and have all been plasterboarded .
there are 2 x light switches
I'm currently working on some general improvements and fault rectifications on an unoccupied house, in my spare time. I've found that the living room ring and the kitchen radial are joined, so both remain live when one of the breakers is turned off. I've found the offending connection, problem...
hi, i have been living side of the road , and i noticed that due to high traffic during the peak hours, my neighborhood is filled with pollution and then it stays for a longtime. the pollution created is causing high health problems like respiratory problems during nights and evenings and i was...
I have always worked for other people and have recently been asked by a builder to work direct for him. The job in question is a side single extension which is as follows:
Small shower room leading into a small utility leading into a larger living area.
Shower room is 4m long and 3m wide...
My flat has nine 13 Amp sockets in the combined dining and living room, and that number is more than enough to power all the devices I would need in that room. In addition, the dining and living rooms have halogen spotlights , and I also have a floor lamp in the living room...
I have an issue at a bungalow im working at, there is a fault
All the sockets are on a ring, when i plug something in the living room it trips the RCD plug it into any other sockets it dosent trip the RCD
The board is MAIN SWITCH RCD
Got a PIR on a pub coming up, in a right state !!
Just want to make sure I've got this correct.
It's recommended every 5 years for a commercial premises ?
And part p will only apply to any domestic living quarters ?
Anything else I should be aware of...?
Hi hopefully this is in the right place.
I have been looking to extend the virgin phone line, from one end of our flat to the other.
The main is in one of the bedrooms (office at time of installation) at the front of the house and I want it in the living room now. It looks like someone has...
hi everyone this is my first post and i have a serious problem with my lights i currently installed a 2 way dimmer switch in my living room the living room has 2 switches aswell 1 single in the living room that i put the dimmer switch on and another in the hallway that is a double gang with...
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