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  1. sparksburnout
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    Now we are talking man. Went to a Rory Gallagher tribute the other night, OP on tap, fantastic. Felt B****y awful next morning, nothing like a hangover and deaf as a post as well..........
    Sorted the loft out the other day, found a copy of Piper at the Gates of Dawn??
     
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    woow. PF's first album. i have one as well. pure class.
     
  3. GMES
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    Comments like that just aggrevivate the situation. This is the last warning .
    If you all want to continue with discussing the pros and cons of shower isolation then do so bit anymore handbags and it will be closed.
    Onwards and upwards guys.
     
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    I found loads I had forgotten about! All Sabbaths, Zeps, Who, PF, Dylan, Groundhogs, Bowie, Free, Focus, Cream..loads. I am thinking of getting an old SP25 MK(5?) to play them though my old Quad amp and Wharfs. Oh, and a signed copy of Bad reputation, the crown jewels!
     
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    The report has to take into consideration how it was installed at the time and to what regulations, how can you C2 it?
     
  6. sparksburnout
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    Straight into the landing net....:D
     
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    jeez. another thread derailment gon e back on to topic. what's the forum coming to? soon we'll have tiling threads posted. oops, so we do.
     
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    Industry guidance would have us C2 sockets with no rcd where outdoor equipment is likely to be used.
     
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    The original poster seemed to ask a perfectly posed question on an electricians help forum. He has , however received the the , not unusual for here , holier than thou response. Is this place filled with people who only go by the book to the exact letter?

    On topic, I think the answer is it is a c3 , where as bad practice, not advised but not life threading on its own .
    Hope that helps , it's only my opinion , which I think is what you were looking for.
    I hope nobody ever dares to travel at 35 mph in a 30 zone , that would be unforgivable.
     
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    I replaced my DP heater switch with a CP Electronics MRT-PRM Series multi range time delay switch.
    It only switches the live. Does that mean it against the regs?
    Somehow, I feel CP Electronics (being an established firm) should know and not sell this product if it's against the regs. They specifically state it can be used for heaters. Any thoughts? Thanks.
     
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    you still have D/P isolation if needed at the CU.
     
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    Only by switching all off though.
     
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  13. sparksburnout
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    It would be quite dangerous as well, specially in a 30mph zone.
     
  14. Hellmooth
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    Yeah definitely, best practice guide 4 has a few C2 examples for non RCD protected sockets, but I wouldn't say there was enough evidence here to say outdoor equipment was likely to be used, unless I missed something.
     
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    How come?
     
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