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JayAr91

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I am currently training a electrician and after some advice.

A family member is relocating there kitchen in there house which means they need there cooker supply relocated.

What is the best around this...can it be junctioned rather than running a fresh?

Thanks in advance ...
 
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telectrix

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it can be junctioned as long as the junction is capable of carrying the load, and either MF or accessible.
 

Andy78

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Good little job for training. Use these small exercises as a chance for research. All the following regs are relevant to making a jointed cable connection. There are others too.

132.16
133.2.2
513.1
Section 526
Chapter 64
Appx 4 for cable calcs
 

Spoon

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Welcome to the forum mate.

You should apply to join the Trainee Forum section.
People are happier to help out trainees more if they are in this section, and it will also help you out with your "Power to shed" thread.
 
Here is a link if you wish to apply to the Trainee section.
 
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