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rasell

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Does anyone know of any good electrical books covering the more practical side of things (the building side) such as how to rewire a house, install SWA, with pictures etc.

Most of the books cover the theoretical side, but there don't seem to be many on the practical.

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click the link in my signature to some good books..
 
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rasell

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Hi Rasell, The which guide to wiring and lighting by Mike Lawrence is quite informative
I've managed to order a copy but there are not many out there, amazon said it was not available, on a worldwide second hand store with 80 million books it came up with one or two, I was not sure if it was the same copy. So I've ordered it!

Thanks

Marc
 
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I've managed to order a copy but there are not many out there, amazon said it was not available, on a worldwide second hand store with 80 million books it came up with one or two, I was not sure if it was the same copy. So I've ordered it!

Thanks

Marc
Wiring & Lighting - Mike Lawrence

Its quite a good old (pub 1991) book with illustrations using OLD Wiring colours (I've got a copy from years back) but remember we are 17th Ediiton, new colours, new regulations.

Just remember that it is written as a DIY guide and not the REGS Book but there are however some good practical methods that can be applied.

Try Waterstones here:

Waterstones.com: Home and Garden: Wiring and Lighting by Mike Lawrence (1991)


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