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Not great on fault finding, in fact hardly done any.

Problem is a ring main.

r1 = 1.10 ohms
r2 = 1.38 ohms
rn = 1000 ohms???????

All tests done at cu cables disconnected.
what's going to be the correct course of action to find fault?

Just go around and check wiring in back of sockets etc or could i link N/cpc of 1 leg and go round?


Help needed thanks:confused:
 
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