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quick question has there been any change in the new bs7671 in regard to fixed wire testing now i no there hasnt. But someone i was talking to is adament there has, ive not invested in the new book yet waiting till end of febuary when the on site guide and gn3 is published
Happy new year everyone,
just a quick question, iv been waiting for my assessment from niciec since september.
just wanted to know how long it normally takes for them to send someone out, losing jobs because of it
Not had much work lately, had enough money coming in to get by but that seems to be drying up pretty quick right now. So was thinking would I get any Dole if I was to apply for it just to give me a little it of something to at least help make ends meet, being self employed I have never had to...
I have a bulkhead light with an integral PIR fitted outside my garage. The light is fed from a 2 gang light switch inside the garage. The 2nd gang on that switch feeds the interior fluorescent lights in the garage. The feed into that switch is spurred across from one 'IN' terminal to the other...
There's been some interest via a thread on forming a group website to promote your own individual website. A sort of lead/enquiry website that links to your own if a potential customer clicks to that area and one that has been optimised etc for high search engine prominence etc...
Is it normal for them to "float about" waiting for you to take a reading etc .
Mine when waiting to do a simple volt test runs up and down like a nutter sometimes hitting 42.0mv
have not used a multi for some time !! is this just a atmosphere reading ?
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