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hello guys i used to be a maintenance electrician for a local council now im fully qualified to city and guilds and have an 18th edition update but i am not a test qualified, but what i want to know is do i have to do a R1 + R2 test and theres a few other tests i was told to do if i change a pendasnt or sw etc if this is true i can understand why so many electricians go out of the trade as its not worth the hastle
Hi Ivan, I just register the account in electrical2go, and then register the account in the forum. Can I also enjoy the 5% discount code of my account?

My email address is [email protected].

Thanks in advance.
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Hi @snowman,

Your account has been updated.

5% discount will now be automatically applied at the checkout. Enjoy!

Kind regards,
Ivan
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snowman
Thank you!
Hey, congratulations! You've overtaken my esteemedness ratio (reaction score/posts) and now leading by 0.34%. ISTR when Dan was first testing the automatic esteemed tag threshold it got set to a value where I was the only member with it.

Anyway, best wishes and have a great holiday
Lucien
Hi Buddy, I read one of your posts about becoming qualified and having the work you have undertaken on your own home assessed. I think I am about to start a very similar course to the one you mentioned you had completed and was thinking about doing the exact same thing myself. I am moving into a new property in Feb that needs a full rewire. How have you found the process?
earthing of lamps. multimeter on ohms. short leads together to prove ( should read close to zero. then 1 lead on earth pin of plug. other lead on metalwork of lamp. reading should be within 0.1 ohms of what you got with the leads shorted together.
PILC / PME

Hello mate, not sure how much of an issue this one is for you but FYI I actually emailed a UKPN area engineer that I know last night to ask from the horses mouth. But, I'm now a bit confused as your profile says you're in Devon - that's Western Power, not UKPN?? I'm not far from you in Somerset, by the way.

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