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dlewin

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Hi,
I'm a new poster, not a qualified elctrician, just seeking some advice.

I've got a Wylex NNEM 614 c.u. which has two 5 amp MCBs for the lighting circuits. On one of the circuits, whenever a bulb blows it trips the MCB, which then takes hours before it will reset. Not very handy on these long winter evenings!

My question is, can the MCB just be replaced, and is this something I can do myself or do I need to get a proper qualified electrician in to do for me. I'm not completely daft, have done various bits of home wiring etc, but never done anything with the c.u. before.

Cheers
 
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dlewin

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Well, overwhelmed by the flood of responses, I decided to give it a go. Easy, isn't it.
 
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