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Hi guys and gals,

Got a job on thursday to install 3 rcbos to bring up to standards to tht lighting is rcd protected. The question is. What do I write on the installation certificate? DO i test the whole board or just the 3 circuits that i change for rcbo's?

Many Thanks




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slocm3105

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I think I will put it on an EIC like i first mentioned however ill still list all circuits in the fuse board but not fill in results for the ones i havent worked on, instead labelling across them "not worked on". Therefore they can see if looked at in the future what consumer unit existed when this work was carried out. Does this sound feasible to all of you?
 
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