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  1. Gavinellison
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    Gavinellison New EF Member

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    Identify the tests that would be carried out to locate each of the following faults, as reported by the client.
    a.A circuit breaker keeps tripping, as soon as it is reset, which is protecting a socket-outlet circuit.
    b. RCD on the outside lighting circuit trips frequently, even though the outside lights are not in operation.
    c. Main protective bonding conductor is damaged near to the 'stopcock'. The conductor is partly concealed in the fabric of the building.
     
  2. Sintra
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    Sintra The Innkeeper Staff Member Admin

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    May I ask why you are asking this question? It looks to me like it is for some form of test or college course. The general rule of the forum is that the guys will not answer such questions directly. If you post up your thoughts on the answers then the members will be more than happy to point you in the right direction. Also if you are on a college course we have a dedicated trainee section were you could apply to access.
     
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  3. Marvo
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    Marvo Admin and gender confused Staff Member Admin

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    Welcome to the forum.

    We have a free trainee sub forum where experienced guys are on hand to help trainees and apprentices. Please see here for details.

    The thing with asking for answers to homework or college questions is you'll get a much better response if you post your thoughts or answers along with the questions.


    **edit** Beaten to the posts by Sintra. (He types using more than one finger I suspect ;))
     
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    davesparks Forum Mentor

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    The English language is a wonderful thing, it contains words such as 'please' and 'thankyou'. If you try using them in your posts then you might find you get much more helpful answers!


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  5. Leesparkykent
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    Leesparkykent Super Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

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    Why don't you have a go at answering the questions yourself and members can point you in the right direction if need be. As a general rule on here no one will just give you the answer to your homework question as would be pretty pointless in helping you learn.

    ~Edit: Sintra and Marvo beat me to it
     
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