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hey guys,

im currently under going an electricians course in the UK but am stuck on a multiple choice question. the answer i was expecting wasnt there!

Q. if a circuit fails a test you should?

A.issue a certificate anyway as you have done the work
B.issue a certificate but ask the customer to get it repaired
C.Enter comments on the certificate but do no completely fill it in
D.Enter comments on the inspection Schedule

i was expecting 'E. Repair the fault and continue/complete testing' but alas not! help appreciated guys!

if you have a spare couple of minutes could you explain briefly why there isnt an option like E, to find/repair the fault
 
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