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I have just changed a consumer unit and when i put any appliance on in the kitchen it trips the rcd i have done all the tests on the circuit and can't find a fault,any suggestions as it is driving me insane !!!!!!!
 
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Spudnik

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Either you have crossed the neutrals between the RCD's in the CU, you have a neutral in the wrong place in the CU or a faulty appliance.
 
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Guest123

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Hi.

Either a dodgy appliance, or crossed neutrals in the neutral bars in the D.B

We could be bloody twins!!!!!!!!!!!!!!^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
 
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gunny

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Thanks for your help,will try tomorrow.
 

hasel5

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You could also have a neutral to earth fault on any of the other circuits which use the rcd for protection
 

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