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Hi,
I am looking for sugestions to comply with 17th ed. when making alterations to circuits (eg lighting) in bathrooms. We now have to have these rcd protected. If its a BS3036 fuse box what would be a good way to provide rcd protection for the lighting circuit.
 
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KFORDHUNTER

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New box hehehehehe, or fit rcd spur outside bathroom and make sure all lights are fed via this, remember only the work you do has to comply, so if its a new circuit it all has to comply, if its extension or alteration then that has to comply, just make sure you detail on cert what work is covered.
 
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salisbury spark

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I agree with last post from Kford...
Rcd spur outside bathroom as you are only altering one circuit.
 
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