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  1. steve snakeman
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    What code if any would apply to a circuit incorrectly marked ? For example shower marked as a cooker.Thanks.
     
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    be less trouble to re mark it.
     
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    If you must code it then C3 but as Tel says, marker pen and 20 seconds as opposed to writing the paperwork for ten minutes to explain your coding.
     
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    i save the labels that come with new CU as you never use all the circuit labels. just peel off the appropriate sticker and bang it on. ssimples. most sparks , as soon as they get hold of a marker pen, seem to develop st. vitus dance and the label becomes an indecipherable squiggle.
     
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    I thought it was me being tight that made me keep all the spare labels but then i only write with a crayon.
     
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    I keep on coming across new boards where the sparky has used invisible ink!
     
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    heat guns ain't just for heat shrink sleeving then.....
     
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