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Strima

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But why would you?
 

Baddegg

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put the lid back on and run away 😂 :tearsofjoy:
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What the heck is going on with the main switch(es)...
Glad it’s not just me dusty....what is that? Is there a small section of bus bar connected to that odd mcb in the end?
 
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Dave OCD

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That is truly atrocious, especially in a brand new installation with new cables,there's no excuse and it takes a special talent to make it look that rough. It appears that the single MCB on the far right fed in a weird way with piddly cable hasn't got anything in it yet - I wonder what the intention was there ?
 

James

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Wow, you have got To put some serious thought in to it to make it that bad on so many levels.
 

James

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the sad thing is, it looks like parts of it they have made a bit of an effort.

the cpc's are getting close to being neat and they have gone to the effort of trying to form
most of the lives where they meet the breakers.

But all in all I think we can all agree that it is a dogs dinner of a job.
 

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It has all the hallmarks,of a job where one person has chose or obtained the kit,and then somebody else,has come along and just run with it....i would wager,it is not one persons sole carry-on :)
 

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Looks to me like for some reason they have decided they need a non rcd spare way but what a carry on. Presumably they realised they were making a complete hash of it and immediately left the trade in search of a more suitable job.
 
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mcb on right is for pv not connected yet, not sure if done by sparks who wired house or pv co. but i have given a quote to fix it
 

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Looks a bit rough and no bonds either ?

Surely you would of just put the Solar on the high integrity side on a Rcbo as would we with the EV point
 

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