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Hi Everyone,
At the moment I'm merely a plumber:), but will be taking my Part P in 2008. Any advise on a suitable tester which must be reliable but not really flashy i.e. Megger 1553 as I don't intend to be doing electrical work, just fitting boilers and associated spurs.
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Tim
 
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