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got to do a PIR on a domestic installation, had a quick look to give me an idea what i was letting myself in for.looked at lighting circuit dropped a ceiling rose down, two wires live and neutral no earth, metal switch faces metal light fittings. can't see anything in REGs. does it require a warning notice for not having an adequate earth. and what about the testing.

sorry chaps for having a gripe, friday yhe 13th and all that
 
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Guest55

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Code 2 defect for metal assessories on a lighting circuit with no cpc. - it needs to be changed to plastic fittings to comply.
Will probably also mean a LIM on the ELI readings on the cert.
 
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got to do a PIR on a domestic installation, had a quick look to give me an idea what i was letting myself in for.looked at lighting circuit dropped a ceiling rose down, two wires live and neutral no earth, metal switch faces metal light fittings. can't see anything in REGs. does it require a warning notice for not having an adequate earth. and what about the testing.

sorry chaps for having a gripe, friday yhe 13th and all that

That's a film, isn't it?

Surely, its got nothing to do with electrics?

Electricity as dangerous on Friday the 14th, lol !!!!
 
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cant believe Tel beat me again lol.
 

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If I sound critical it's not personal but the whole tone of your post sounds like you are out of your depth to do a PIR, that's not a bad thing being out of your depth as long as you know it and don't take the job on, do have quals/and /or experience of inspection and testing ?
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