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Razzza

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Can anyone point me to wiring regs for Bulgaria (in English) please? I have searched to no avail.

I intend to rewire the place moving from two ceramic fuses in a TN-C setup to a TN-CS arrangement with RCDs/RCBO (TBD).
I am curious about socket heights, safe zones, in-wall conduit requirements etc.

Thanks in advance.
 

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