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Not all my own work, one member posted a few years a go, however was unable to reply to post as i believe was locked by admin.
Admin please move if in wrong section, have not been here for while.
New updated form attached should contain everything to complete pir and eicr forms, open to ideas...
Had this in an email from Wylex, might be useful to people as it summarises some of the changes in the 18th edition quite well. things might change but from what I have heard industry and a lot of the various bodies pretty much know whats staying and going from the draft but cant officially say.
Hi Guys & Gals,
I was working recently on fixing a 2KW electrical heater. I came across this thread on this forum:
Domestic - Advice please fuse keeps blowing - https://www.electriciansforums.co.uk/threads/advice-please-fuse-keeps-blowing.66924/
Although it was abit jumbled (and I cannot...
Hi chaps have a look at this amazing bit of kit its really helped me for marking of holes when a pencil or sharpie wont mark the drill points.
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The best and easiest way you will not be disappointed with it.
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i got my level 2 3 and 17th last/this year mans done a few jobs some o th big and some of them small. Since I just have level 3 I am thinking to go in to the domestic market sat first. Is the FLUKE 1651b enough? It does not have phase rotation and earth rod testing if I am not mistaken. Want...
I will be buying one of the above but am struggling to choose between them both.
I am 70% for the T150 and 30% for the T5.
Lots of people seem to rate the T5.
What I particularly like about the T150 is that the buttons are on the probe so you only need 2 hands for all actions...
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