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Topic Title: hi looking for a guide book for domestic wiring
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Created On: 09 February 2013 02:34 PM
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 09 February 2013 02:34 PM
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wertyu

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its been a while since i last done any electrical work , i went self employed a long while back and ended up taking/forced down a completely different route .

anyway i alway had a little hand book with me it had look up charts for
wiring cable sizes , socket heights etc etc.
it was from iee / iet im certain of it , it was an excellent handbook i cant seem to find one now.
it was brown covers both sides ring binder , covered everything domestic , it was 16th edt version i had fitted excellent in cargo pants pocket lol , so hoping they do a 17th , got to do some catching up .
 09 February 2013 02:39 PM
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wertyu

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doh remembered it as soon as i pressed send .

On site guide !!!!!
 09 February 2013 02:58 PM
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sparkingchip

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I have yet to see a "proper" DIY book that is up to date with the current regs.

You can get a OSG directly from this website using the links.

Andy
 09 February 2013 03:17 PM
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stateit

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Well, it is a bit of a Do-It-Yourself Guide.

You're on site, doing it yourself, and want to look something up....

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 09 February 2013 04:13 PM
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jamieblatant

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Originally posted by: sparkingchip

I have yet to see a "proper" DIY book that is up to date with the current regs.


I have yet to see a "proper" House that is up to date with the current regs.

Including my own

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