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If installing a shower, is it compulsory to run a 4mm earth from lighting point to the shower? Obviously the shower circuit will have a 4mm cpc (10mm t&e). I understand that in an ideal world all extraneous conductive parts need to be bonded such as pipes but let's say that is all done and it is just a case of installing a new shower, is it necessary to take a 4mm to shower from light?
 
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