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I'm in fixing a re-wire by a handy man and seen that the DNO has fitted a service connector block on the live tail. Sealed and stamped by the DNO?

Why would they do that?
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It's not on the DNO side but the block has been wired shut and stamped with the DNO stamp..
 

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On further inspection I don’t think DNO fitted that isolator either.

They are much better than that. Sleaving is not fully enclosed on a couple of the tails on either side from what I can see.

As for the seals anyone can buy them.
 

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On further inspection I don’t think DNO fitted that isolator either.

They are much better than that. Sleaving is not fully enclosed on a couple of the tails on either side from what I can see.

As for the seals anyone can buy them.
sleeving. from the spell check gestapo.
 

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I'm in fixing a re-wire by a handy man
pease explain in layman terms.
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cop that .ol.
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me I would ring up the tooth fiery to break the seals and get rid of the tail block .
 
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I'm going to remove it, don't even need to break the seals as it's on the consumer side of the isolator, just thought I'd get some others thoughts on it.

I'll speak to the developer, got a potential job of 6 flats to get rewired and I want to make sure he's not cutting corners before I get too involved with them.
 

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I'm going to remove it, don't even need to break the seals as it's on the consumer side of the isolator, just thought I'd get some others thoughts on it
what not even tempted,on the block and isolator its sealed with a xxxxxx.
 
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