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  1. James73
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    James73 DIY

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    I struggle with pulling the older fuse holder in consumer box. Is there a tool for this
     
  2. telectrix
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    telectrix Scouser and Proud of It Respected Member

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    if you mean rewireable fuses, then no. but you should consider upgrading the fusebox to a modern MCB and RCD protected unit.
     
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  3. Pete999
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    What make is your CU? see post 2 for the better option
     
  4. Dillb
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    Yes get someone else to do it for you.
     
  5. James73
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    James73 DIY

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    This is what I am talking about tool to pull carriers out[​IMG]
     
  6. Matthewd29
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    Matthewd29 Regular EF Member

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    If you are repeatedly having to pull fuses then if say you have an issue
     
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  7. Andy78
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    They are designed to be pulled out by hand. Generations of housewives before you have managed.
     
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  8. buzzlightyear
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    buzzlightyear please let me back in to the prison cell.

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    THEY ARE CALLED FINGERS LICKING GOOD. :D
     
  9. ipf
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    Do they not do individual 'pullers'?
    ….like yellow for a 20amp.
     
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  10. ferg
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    You need a couple of these. :) SV7bxoi.jpg
     
  11. telectrix
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    pointless having fuses in that, it's not connected to anything.unless it's a new-fangled wireless jobby.
     
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  12. TonyMitchell
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    @James73@James73 - as above, designed for fingers only. They tend to be old and brittle and will probably disintegrate or worse if you attempt removal with any tool. A little wiggling top & bottom should ease them out.
     
  13. davesparks
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    The only tools you need are your hands, using anything else will likely lead to breaking the carrier.
    Sometimes they do get a bit stuck if they’ve been in place for a long time, but a bit of up and down wiggling should shift them.

    Just remember to pay attention to the label on the cover (which is missing from your pic) and turn the main switch off before pulling a fuse.
     
  14. Gavin John Hyde
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    Gavin John Hyde Electrician's Arms

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    Why not get some mcb type replacements for it, saves changing the whole board and just flick a switch

    ae235.jpg
     
  15. Dillb
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    Dillb Electrician's Arms

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    Because they cant get them out :p
     
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