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Dutsfc

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Mate of mine, just bought this house (to Let) asks how much (roughly) to clear recommendations from a Revocation of Improvement Notice, as follows:
1. No RCD protection on any circuit. - Replace 8 way Consumer Unit
2. No plate on cooker outlet. - Replace outlet.
3. Single socket on landing is broken. - Replace socket.
4. Sockets wired in stranded cable - ?
5. Pattress box in kitchen is broken - Replace pattress box.
6. No power at cooker switch. - Investigate
7. Ceiling light hanging in bedroom - Renew rose and refix.
8. No power at cooker switch - Investigate.
9. Flex exposed at pendants (6) - Remake

I understand No6 and No8 are a "suck it and see", but could anyone give me an idea of the others please.
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wayne

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dutsfc ,
can you post area as that will affect price
some one else will probably give you a set of figures
 
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Grae79

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you're not looking at huge money tbh...biggest expense will be the board change...keep fingers crossed everything tests ok!... :)
 
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