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Topic Title: Opinion on pulling in singles in existing installation.
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Created On: 17 June 2013 09:42 PM
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 17 June 2013 09:42 PM
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Just to clarify

Existing installations, well maintained.
No issues with rodents etc.
I personally dont think its practicable to isolate the whole db to add singles in the trunking from the field point to the db.
Everything Ip2X
MS/RA For work, connecting into existing CPD.

Do you kill the whole board or not?
Work taking place during normal hours
 17 June 2013 09:53 PM
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EWAR 1989,

& arrange to do it safe isolate it .
 17 June 2013 09:59 PM
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Can you arrange to do everything except the bit at the distribution board and then have perhaps an hour first thing one morning before work gets started? I've just done exactly that recently, the office staff were very shocked at first from my request to shut down the server and for the staff to ensure no computers or equipment is switched on in the morning, but once I allowed them use of the kettle before powering down they soon got into it and used the time to tidy offices, move furniture, turned out they had a very productive and enjoyable morning, I didn't kill myself or anyone else, or accidentally knock circuit breakers off. I learnt that last one the hard way once before!

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