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Hi

I'm about to start training as a sparky - can't wait!!:)

Particularly as we need a new CU pretty damn quick - well ahead of my impending qualifications!!

Problem is - we have a well old tns 60 amp CU - and a 60amp supplier fuse (I took a peak as this was the only way to find out!!) I will get a sparky to fit the cu and test the instalation as we have just moved in and need more circuit ways asap as well as being at peak times well close to the 60 amps.

Problem - will the supplier simply replace the fuse if i ask nicely - or shall I buy one - or will it involve major cost? And how long may it take to do it if they have to?

We need an 80 or 100amp 17th friendly board I think.

Plus there is no MET - is this vital - currently the bonding is connected to the incoming sheath.

Really grateful for your help -looking forward to doing the same hopefully when I've done the knowledge and had some real world experience too.

Cheers guys (and gals?)

:D
 
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