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have just taken my 17th regs the other day and have passed. That along with the Part P makes me now a 'domestic installer'. Thing is, I'm lacking on the practical side of the trade.

Does anyone know where the cables in studwork should be according to the 17th. I seem to remember from the course that the recommended that the cable have one side touching the plasterboard, running vertical from outlets. Something to do with the insulation affecting the wire temp. SO if I was to do this how would you move between the studwork horizontally, to other sockets?? wouldn't be notches surely??
 
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