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Sidewinder

Crabtree main switch in C50 board.

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Sidewinder

Hi peeps,

Can't remember the BS for the main switch that would be fitted to a Crabtree C50 board, which would be full of 3871's any suggestions please?

I could not isloate the incpmer to take the switch out to check it & when I did the job I had 60439 in my head which it is not as it is too early for that!

Just gonna do a webearch now.

TIA.

---------- Post Auto-Merged at 17:37 ---------- Previous post was made at 17:34 ----------

Would it be 5419?

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kme

4293 ?? or 5419

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batty

Would it not be BS 5419 were did I get that from?

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Sidewinder
4293 ?? or 5419

4293 is RCD's

5149 is main switches just found the old BS's

Thanks guys!

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kme

Same place i did - those 2 numbers just appeared in my head when I read snakey`s question........

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Sidewinder

How do we mark threads as solved by the way?

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Andy™
4293 ?? or 5419

didnt think they came with an RCD main switch option?

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Sidewinder

Andy,

No it is a std main switch, I just could not remember the No!

4293 is for RCD's.

5149 is for air break main switches.

I think KME knew what I was after just could not remember the exact no.

At least he had 2 in mind which was more than me!!!

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SLIPSHOD & SLAPDASH

They didn't, Kme suggested BS4293 or BS5419 as he couldnt remember which was the switch & which was the Rcd

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