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Hi all, working with a spark today, basically dodgy wiring in kitchen junction boxes everywhere, all ripped out, now all we’re doing is a new 6mm cooker feed and radial socket circuit, basically new 2.5mm radial circuit from CU to one side of kitchen where spark I’m with has decided to put a Wago box to feed half one side of the kitchen and half the other is this acceptable? So 2.5mm in and X2 2.5mm out on 20A breaker one side feeds X3 sockets and X3 other side, personally I’d put 4mm radial in on 32A but there’s no heavy load apart from toaster and kettle, just my question about the radial circuit.
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