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I do mainly refurbs and maintenance work, I keep turning down jobs that involve Part P certifying and I am thinking of doing the domestic installers scheme course.
Can anyone tell me what they think are best testers to use price wise and ease of use as well as of course the quality of testing.
Any advice much appreciated.
Alan
I have been looking at the Fluke 1651 which appears to a lot of the testing.
 
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