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Please can someone tell me what would happen if the neutral of the RCBO wasn’t connected would the circuit still work ?
 
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Ok thanks , someone told me the neutral fly lead of the RCBO didn’t have to be connected thought it was rubbish
 

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Ok thanks , someone told me the neutral fly lead of the RCBO didn’t have to be connected thought it was rubbish
Are you sure they weren't talking about the functional earth fly lead? Some people think this doesn't have to be connected which is also incorrect, this must be connected if fitted by the manufacturer.
 
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Are you sure they weren't talking about the functional earth fly lead? Some people think this doesn't have to be connected which is also incorrect, this must be connected if fitted by the manufacturer.
No the neutral , thanks though !
 

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Always connect the neutral or else the following might occur.....:D
 
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