Enter your password you use in various places (note, you should always use a different password for each login you have) into the website above and you will see if it has been included in breaches.
So like when Yahoo got hacked, eBay got hacked, Adobe got...
Hi All, hope you can help.
I've inherited a fairly stupid CH setup from the people who "renovated" my house before I bought it, and need to do something about the CH.
Its 3 floors - "basement" with bedroom, shower room & access to garden. 1st floor - main living area, kitchen, sitting room...
Hi, Does anyone from the South Wales area know somewhere I can get my Fluke MFT calibrated while you wait. Around by me the only place I can get it done is where they send it off for a week! Perhaps somewhere in Swansea Bridgend or Cardiff?
Thanks in advance for any help.
I'm Cristian and I'm glad to find you
My story is :
Since I came here in UK (nearly two years) I was working as a Technician installing water softener and equipment for a well known company but my heart is somewhere else so I decided to try and get a job as an electrician or mates at beginning...
hi i was on a fuse board change to day and the new fuse board was switch off and no buzz bar connected and no tails connected but 1 of the circuits which was a radial to the kitchen when you put the neutral in it tripped the rcd can any 1 tell me why :lightbulb:
Hiya I'm looking at doing my test and inspection certs in the next few weeks and wondered if anyone can recommend somewhere reliable to take them around West Yorkshire. I know it has a very low pass rate and its obvious some places are only bothered about the money not quality of teaching. It's...
Fuse on a Baxi Solo 2
I have a Baxi Solo 2 60 RS Balanced Flue central heating boiler which I think has blown a fuse following my incorrect attempt to install a remote room thermostat.
The pilot light is still lit but the boiler does not fire up. The fuse in the mains switch is OK so the...
Just thought i would share my afternoon with you all.
so i have 2 x SMA Sunnyboy 1200 inveters both situated outside next to each other(IP rated of course), when i noticed an earth fault today.
Following the manual, i tested the string, + to PE and - to PE, both 0 Volts
Why would I be getting very high r1r2 readings and Zs readings in a water heater circuit wired in the existing conduit when the house was built back in 19oatcake...? Would the conduit have anything to do with it and if so? Why?
Fitting new downlighters (2 independent lamps) and was planning on adding them to the end of the lighting circuit in my loft using a suitably rated terminal strip, inside a surface mounted plastic enclosure.
Read somewhere that this wasn't compliant, can someone enlighten me? Have I got the...
I was round at my local changing some busted kitchen sockets and I thought I'd give them a quick Zs PSC PFC check
however on one I was reading 240 V L N and 67V N E the meter would not do a PFC and the PSC was 660A with a Zs of 45 Ohms which is within range more investigation is needed...
Seen this somewhere before.
Guy calls me to say in the last 3 weeks his street has had a few power cuts. Since then his central heating system which controls both the boiler and the hot water has had the following problem.
He can turn both heating and hot water on separately. But when he...
I have a Fluke 1651 multi tester and need to have it calibrated. Does anyone know somewhere in London that is reasonable or somewhere I can post it off too that offer good rates? New to the trade and hoped for some inside info instead of trawling the net for the best price.
if someone can clear this up please, when upgrading a CU to comply with the current regulations, does the new unit have to be a dual RCD to avoid tripping off the entire installation in the event of a fault or is it still acceptable to have just an RCD board :confused: