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  1. jibjob
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    jibjob Electrician's Arms

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    Hi Guys,

    Came across this today in what seems like a newly refurbished bathroom. As you can see from the picture (hopefully) is that the boiler is less than 600mm from the edge of the shower enclosure. Not sure what the IP rating of the boiler is but the adjacent switched connection unit & wireless receiver aren't likely to be IPX4. It's a large shower enclosure which incorporates a shower tray with a walk in/drying area meaning the shower head although not fixed is some distance from the boiler which is partially set back into a recess & quite high up. I'm unsure on how to code it assuming it needs coding at all although I'm leaning towards giving it a C3 obviously with an explanation as to why & what could be done to rectify it.

    The boiler circuit is RCD protected & all main bonding is in place.

    Any thoughts would be most welcome



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  2. Murdoch
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    Murdoch Electrician's Arms

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