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    #16
    Originally posted by jpkeates View Post
    I agree, my question was more aimed at getting a better understanding of the landlord.
    An electrical problem can happen anytime, but if there was no EICR, it would possibly indicate that it was a property where it was more likely to happen.

    or somebody, tenant or LL makes changes after the EICR has been done

    tingling from light switches is common where metal fittings are fitted and no cpc is connected or present

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