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Topic Title: Is this an acceptable way of complying with the 17th edition?
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Created On: 05 January 2010 02:59 PM
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 15 January 2010 07:16 PM
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perspicacious

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Y Cymry?

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 15 January 2010 07:22 PM
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What have I started - confessions of a the secret widdlers - or should that be closet widdlers.


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 15 January 2010 07:28 PM
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Originally posted by: perspicacious

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Y Cymry?

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BOD


For my sins BOD that's where I grew up - although not quite a native

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 15 January 2010 07:29 PM
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Originally posted by: GeoffBlackwell

What have I started - confessions of a the secret widdlers - or should that be closet widdlers.





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Geoff Blackwell


All of life is here Geoff - although its not just the closet widdlers, some admit to using the linen basket too

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Whose coat is this jacket then ?

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 15 January 2010 09:33 PM
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Originally posted by: OMS

Who has not peed in wardrobe/laundry basket (men only)?




Lets not be sexist about it Ebee (women in engineering and all that) - a completely open poll is what we need

Don't be so bloody stupid! Women would never be that daft it's just us blokes who do it!





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Don't be so bloody stupid! Women would never be that daft it's just us blokes who do it!

Aye, I felt really awkard and just mentioned to one of the lads, and he said "we've all done that" and the other 5 agreed . It was as if they were suprised I'd not done it before becaus it was so commonplace. And when they told me "Bob blew his telly up" I felt in good company (His daughter and her boyfriend were watching it at the time), tickle trickle from the ceiling, driop drip into TV then it hissed and blew up.
Priceless

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Edited: 15 January 2010 at 09:40 PM by ebee
 15 January 2010 09:51 PM
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Spin. I haven';t got the red book to hand tonight, but what I meant was the definition of a circuit under definitions in section two I think and not a numerical definition. Sorry for the confusion.
 15 January 2010 10:30 PM
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My point is this, in the situation outlined in the O/P, the the circuit feeding a pump to be located in a cupboard with a lockable door will not require an RCD as it will be located outside of the location that is effectivley limited by walls, doors and /or fixed partitions.

Ah, with you now Roger - agreed!
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