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momeebuilder

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Hi,
I have recently applied for DIS NICEIC, I don’t have much experience in certification.. :(
I have to replace a lighting circuit in bedrooms, existing circuit is completely dead..
Well my question is after completing the job which certificate do I have to use,, Minor Installation or full installation.
Any help will be grateful
momee
 
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Chappers

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I remember what the instructor said to me: if the electrical work carried out doesn't involve adding or changing a protective/overload device, then it's a minor works certificate with tests limited to the circuit you've worked on. If you do change or add one, then it's a full installation certificate.
 
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