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Now you tell me, I've just placed an order Too wide for one job (limited space).B&Q were doing them for a fifty including and they have loads in stock all of the time
That's true of most if not all boards, so I wouldn't knock them for that. I like/us the hager boards partly due to familiarity, partly due to reliability, and partly because I have spares and breakers etc for them. They suffer from exactly the same faults as you describe though. Still, I suppose all the manufacturers figure that they needn't spend time and money on finishing the cabling when they know we will do it for free.now i have 2 gripes with these boards one is the amount of exposed metal on the neutral cables , bit of heat shrink sleeve wouldnt go a miss then as with almost every board the untidy internal wiring ,makes wiring a pig , it wouldnt take much to re rout the cables to make them a very good board for the money
You need to show it some love, talk nicely to it and gently fondle it's screw area lolfitted a B&G bord today, 3-4 screws in the earth bar were all so tight i could barely get them in without rounding the screws off! tempted to start buying another make of board, any reccomendations? my local senate are selling sector ones with free LED worklights, apparently they are made by wylex?