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    #16
    Originally posted by MdeB View Post
    The Government guidance suggests not (under "What will the report show?").
    C1, C2 and F need action; C3 does not (C3 is "safe but not to current standards for new installations"
    The presence of a plastic consumer unit cover would normally be a c3 hazard, but I understand it could be higher if there are other related risks, such as where there is older wiring or poor bonding. In the end I beleive we will either have to become electrical experts ourselves or find trustworthy people to do the checks for us.

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      #17
      Originally posted by DPT57 View Post
      In the end I beleive we will either have to become electrical experts ourselves or find trustworthy people to do the checks for us.
      I studied Electrical & Electronic Engineering at Polytechnic. It doesn't help, except to know exactly how much you are being shafted by the 'oik'.

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