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carl sparks

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hi guys do u have to pay labc for minnor works ie new out side light as im useing this as one of my minnor job for niccy to see i have already done ccu with them as my major job just dont want to ring and fell a pillak
 
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PAUL M

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it depends where you are taking the feed from for the light,if running straight from db then its a new circuit and therefore is notifiable.
 
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carl sparks

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off a another light then to fused switch spur 3amp fuse in it
 
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PAUL M

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what room is the light your extending from,kitchen by any chance.
 
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carl sparks

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a out house on the side of the house
 
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is outside classes as special location anyway which would need labc?
 
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PAUL M

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yes,however if he was taking his feed from kitchen light it is extending a circuit inside a special location and would be notifiable.thats the way i read it.
 

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please excuse spelling mistakes, just back from pub. If the fittting is on the outside wall of the property it is outside the equipotential zone, sso i've been led to believe, therefore it must disconect within 0.4 secs easiest is IMHO take feed off an existing decent ring downrate spur to 3 A. covered
 
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PAUL M

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yes you could,but he has just done a board change in the property (i assume to 17th regs )so the light circuit will be rcd protected anyway so it makes no difference how he does it.
 
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