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  • Reply to Electrical Wiring Query
    by nukecad
    So I assume from what you say there that you are looking for some kind of compensation for living in an unsafe situation?

    If that is the intention then it would have been easier to say that, and get answers about that.
    18-09-2021, 17:21 PM
  • Electrical Wiring Query
    by FindaLot
    If an appliance has been wired in a wholly unsuitable manner that has been deemed "unsafe", thus making it a potential safety hazard, what particular regulations would be applicable? There appears to be some overlap here, such as the General Product Safety Regs, Electrical Equipment Safety...
    16-09-2021, 19:42 PM
  • Reply to Electrical Wiring Query
    by FindaLot
    I would like to know which regulations were breached in this instance. It is clear that the installation was unsafe and it is also clear that to provide an appliance that poses a safety risk is not acceptable. That the appliance has been removed does not make the provision of said unsafe appliance ...
    18-09-2021, 16:51 PM
  • Reply to Electrical Wiring Query
    by nukecad
    Your quote from The Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations 2016 is refering to the required protection of the circuit from a fault/overload condition.

    That is, it's talking about the protection provided by the consumer unit.

    You are still being evasive on why you want this...
    18-09-2021, 11:28 AM
  • Reply to Energy firm refuse to accept my readings
    by Jon66
    Yes you do by making the complaint to the company, they then have x number of weeks to deal with it to your satisfaction, when the x weeks have passed you go to the ombudsman. The system does work. You do realise that everytime a complaint goes to the ombudsman they are charged? It was £500 but may...
    18-09-2021, 10:28 AM
  • Energy firm refuse to accept my readings
    by JK0
    A new tenant moved in on 2nd August. I video recorded opening readings, and also entered them on tenancy agreement. Later that day I went online & entered the opening readings for my tenant. They sent me a bill using completely different readings, effectively charging me for my tenant's energy until...
    18-08-2021, 18:07 PM
  • Reply to Electrical Wiring Query
    by FindaLot
    Apologies. As previously stated, I do not require any further assistance on the technical aspect of the installation. I mentioned the 4mm requirement in a previous post.

    The query is which regulations would be relevant regarding the provision of an unsafe appliance. The title should have...
    18-09-2021, 09:52 AM
  • Reply to Electrical Wiring Query
    by Neelix
    So why didn't you include this on your OP along with the make and model

    You've made this so much hard work for everybody that has tried to help you....
    18-09-2021, 09:10 AM
  • Reply to Electrical Wiring Query
    by FindaLot
    Labelling on the appliance itself clearly states that 4mm is the minimum requirement. The information is also in the instructions that are available online....
    18-09-2021, 09:04 AM
  • Reply to Energy firm refuse to accept my readings
    by baldelectrician
    I don't know if I have said this before but I use a communication provider that has a call recording facility.

    I have a VOIP office phone and have Net-Telco provider and for 2p a minute the calls are recorded and kept for a year....
    18-09-2021, 08:45 AM
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