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ritey, just a quick question on form filling. I'll give u the situtation and you tell me how its suppose to be done with the correct forms etc cus am a bit confused on the form filling etc.

- What we have here is a market/warehouse, each unit (butchers/music stall/bakers etc, ya get my drift) has there own CU, with a coin meter. The job is to change the CU, feed, coin meter, power poles, sockets etc (all upgraded to rcd protection)

- approx 3 - 4 of the stalls has its own main board ( about 15 stalls in total )

- lets just say you get one done. Everything changed as above. Wat certificates need to be issued?

in my eyes, u need to issue 2 certificates? both new installation certs? one for the sub board. and one for the new circuit at main board? when coming to test the new circuit for the sub cu, do you only test that circuit which has been added/ modified?

regards luke
 
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One cert for the main DB sub circuits you have renewed or installed and then another cert for the sub boards and related circuits installed or modified.
 
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