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Working on a kitchen where I have to reroute the cooker cable (now extend the cooker cable)
Customer has been in the house at least 10 years, kitchen was done a good while before that.

First picture shows how NOT to run a cable down a wall.IMG_6282.JPG
I'm surprised it has capping on it, to be honest.

Second picture is how NOT to fix a cooker hood to the wall.
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My customer removed the old hood himself.... I hope he used an insulated screwdriver.

3rd and final pic.... The damage to the cable. Outer sheath carefully stripped back. Live untouched. Neutral barely marked and cpc… 4 out of 7 cores sheared through.
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This is why we have zones for running cables in. Diagonally is just a disaster waiting to happen.
 
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