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This has got a few of us sparks confused. If I am re-wiring a kitchen and I notice that water bond is present with clamp and in 10mm earth, but at high level on water pipe (ceiling level) instead of 600mm max from stop cock - I am not required to change this am I? As I understand it the water / gas bond need to be continuous? One spark suggested taking a new 10mm from the water bond clamp down to within 600mm of stop cock but surely there is no point in this? If no gas / water bond present then naturally I would place within 600mm of service entrance.
 
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