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Anyone else use MCG fuse boards before and never hand any issues or reports of them being poor in reliability long term?

recently had to carry out a DB change and due to size and the main switch on the LHS I was advised by CEF to use MCG.

The quality of the board was not brilliant and I only use Hager, I don’t like installing crap and won’t use them again as the main switches have these tiny ass terminals you can’t get a great bite down on the main tails.
 
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Risteard

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I pretty much solely use Hager. However I have used MCG on a number of occasions and have had no issue with them. In fact my own house has an MCG DB in it.
 

stevethesparks

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The main issue for me, and I've only installed one, is the din rail and retaining screws were a little flimsy.
They are a good price and the rcbo's are a true double pole.
 
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