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  1. J

    Thick Architect needs Help!!!

    All the RCBO information I see online only show the outgoing cable and the built in N (in) going to the N terminal connectors and FE wires . None show the return wires as in a ring circuit. The L and E wires are obvious but where does the return N connect to. The N terminal bar or to the...
  2. Dan

    50mm thick french limestone ?

    50mm thick french limestone ? advice reviews and feedback 2017 hi all , ive been asked to quote for 21 m2 of 50 mm french limestone ,- not tiled anything that thick in my 14 years - any advice ? Are you a DIYer? find a free diy advice websitehere. Plumber in the making? find a plumbing advice...
  3. R

    Crimped copper pipe filled with grease from a stepdown transformer

    Hi. I'm 16 and studying electrical installations L2 at college. The stepdown transformers near my house recently got changed for new ones and I found a short piece of thick walled copper pipe underneath where the transformer is. The copper pipe has a relatively thick wall, filled with grease...
  4. E

    380 volt

    A friend of mine has just bought a pizza oven and the rating looks like 380 volt single phase at 4.5kW. Any idea how I can connect this to our current supply ? It's definitely single phase as the thick flew coming out of the unit is only 3 core (live, natural, earth)
  5. R

    Thick plasterboard wall?

    Not stricly an electrical question so apologies if this is the wrong place to ask... Has anyone ever come accross a dividing wall which appears to be solid/thick plasterboard? Drilling in for fixing trying to feel for the cavity and drill bit emerged in room next door. Wall seems to be...
  6. D

    3 layers of plasterboard stud wall

    Hi, has anyone else ever come across a stud wall that consists of 3 layers of plasterboard just stuck together. I thought it i had a nice easy job of cutting out a couple of fastfix boxes and fishing tv and Power cables into loft but as i was cutting out the boxes i realised it was a bit...
  7. Mr Curnow

    What formulas will I need to know to pass City and Guilds level 2?

    I know the basics- Ohms law, Power, Joules, C.S.A and Length. But I am not so clear on Lenz's law, Faradays law and some others which I can't even remember. Sorry if I come across a bit thick, This is my first year of electrics.
  8. F

    RCD on TT system

    I isolated a lighting circuit, confirmed and locked off. Went to fixture, rechecked for any voltages using a combined clamp meter, looked good carried out removal. Prior to this, customer upstairs working on laptop was warned I was working on the lighting circuit, but should not effect her...
  9. brs73

    trusted tradesmaen

    has anybody tried to register with the trusted tradesmen link on this forum i've tried a couple of times but it wont let me enter a location,tried postcode,area,country,shoe size etc i'm either thick or untrustworthy!!?? just thick i think???
  10. J

    120v bathroom light to 240v

    hi just a blonde thick question can anyone help?????
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