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Coming across a few installations with no RCD protection. How are folks finding it out there when doing minor alterations / additions to existing lighting circuits with no RCD protection bearing in mind 18th Edition requirements. Appreciate every installation is different. Are folks replacing MCB's with RCBO's, replacing whole CU's or where appropriate using RCD FCU's. Should imagine this is going down well with customers.
 

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