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Hi, I'm having a strange problem with a reverse light bulb. I replaced the bulb with a new one as it didn't light up but it still didn't work. I've tested the bulb and it works (tried several new ones as well). I've tested the socket with a meter and get 11.8v. To rule out potential bad...
So I’m an inexperienced novice and I accept I know two ninths of four fifths of FA but when was this arrangement ever ok?
Installing like for like replacement garden lights, currently connected to a run of 4 core 1.5mm SWA emerging from ducting under patio. Somewhere further back it’s joined...
So I am doing an insulation resistance test on a new flat and I get a dodgy L-E reading on the IR. I won't go above 20Meg and it fluctuates. Identified where the problem is and its a switched spur. When cables are removed all test +299 including the load which is 2 sockets. When all are put back...
doing a shower room installation. in the room were (apart from lights and fan) a rfc terminated in a JB. this was used to spur off to an outside socket ( by me). a second rfc fed a shaver socket point. the 2 cables were then terminated in wagos to preserve the ring. this ring overnight became...
Just had a text from a regular client but is a weird one and nothing I've heard before, just wondering if anyone has heard anything like this ?
Last night extractor was very hot to touch so I turned all the sockets off overnight. Now the big oven won't work.
The microwave has...
Hey all, just doing some tests on a small extension and have a weird issue with IR on lighting circuit, all switches left open as nightmare to strip all lamps, fittings etc.. L&N to CPC not ramping up over 7-15V DC then resetting test !
L-N on 250V or 500V 31-32 Meg
L-E 32.6 Meg
N-E won't go ...
Found this on ebay (dont ask) anyone know what it actually does???
antique vintage electric skin stimulator curio weird thing | eBay - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/antique-vintage-electric-skin-stimulator-curio-weird-thing-/252593548868?hash=item3acfbfae44:g:Mz4AAOSwmLlYB35O
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