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Happy New year everyone.
I do hope you have all had a good Christmas. I personally am happy that all the mayhem has died down and things are getting back to normal!
I must say I have not spent as much time on the site since it has changed. I can't put my finger on why not. It just doesn't seem...
Just about to work on upstairs sockets but thought I'd share this little experience with you from earlier today when we reconnected a cooker.
Saw a curious bit of something sticking out of the wall, took the front off ....
Anybody going to this Confrence?
Do you guys do this sort of thing?
Anybody go any other exhibitions or events? Perhaps we have a calendar type thing on the forum and all whack them in?
Perhaps even start meeting at a few for food...
Hoping for some advice here.
Situation is that I decided to retrain at 27 and due to mortgage and bills I could not afford to take 3+ years as an apprentice on very low wages. I took the decision to take a number of courses at Able Skills in Dartford and use my savings to pay...
I usually have a very clear idea over what is notifiable and what is not, but I'm not sure with this one!
If a consumer unit is fed from the main consumer unit, is the change of just the 2nd CU notifiable?
I realise the 'new' part P states 'change of consumer unit' as notifiable...
Just wondering which and why folk are using?. Am aware plenty of folk don't use them... Am interested in labour times, wastage etc. Fine on material costs.
Have an old Spons book - 2006 - i presume labour 'time' should still be comparable?
Also, after a quick google i only saw Amtec selling...
I have just finished my first EICR! It took a LONG time (10 hours in total - not including writing up the report which I am doing now with a cup of coffee!)
There were many, many faults/problems and I have coded most of them but am stuck with 5 of them and was hoping for some...
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