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Hi allA customers shower needs replacing ( old for new ) apart from me doing electricial tests zs,rcd ect for the circuit can the shower be replaced if bonding is not 10mm and also is this classed as minor works even though its in the bathroomThanksRich
 
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Spudnik

Minor works as there is no new circuit being installed. Or circuit protection?

And a note about undersized bonding on the cert.

You could also argue that it would not need notifying as its a like for like replacement.

Or is it?

Then again, it is in a special location.
 
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Thanks all i found this a bit tricky as it hovers on the boundry of non/notifiable/notifiable
thanks
Rich
 
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ezzzekiel

would only leave bonding if it was in place and at least 6mm on a tn system but if its pme then upgrade to 10mm if its undersized.........
 
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