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Hi all, I'm hoping someone has an idea what this could be as I've had two electricians round and they've not been able to sort it out.

Various things are causing the sockets in my house to trip, from the fridge door and cooker hood, to the on/off button on the coffee machine and reading lamp. It always happens when the fridge door isn't pushed hard enough and doesn't completely close, when the reading lamp button doesn't properly engage on turning it on, or when the cooker hood sticks on opening or closing (taking a little longer to turn on or off). Why would these things cause the sockets to trip and require turning on again at the consumer unit (a Memera 2000)?

Thanks in advance,
Phil
 
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