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Is this safe?


Andy™

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called to a rented flat earlier to repair lights. this was the kitchen light (the fault was a burnt out perm live above the fitting). thought it would be best to replace the pendant....

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oh my days!

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oh my days!

unfortunatly, this is only part of the somewhat dated/dangerous wiring in the place!

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Why? Should have just replaced the Perm Live. There's plenty of life left on that pendant, which probably started it's life off as a 6" Pendant. ]:)

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Why? Should have just replaced the Perm Live. There's plenty of life left on that pendant, which probably started it's life off as a 6" Pendant. ]:)

it was easier to replace it with a shiny new pendant than try and get the grease off the existing

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it was easier to replace it with a shiny new pendant than try and get the grease off the existing

I hate grease - the singing especially :^O:^O:^O:^O

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Unusual place to have a pendant drop!

On the kitchen worktop?

C, mon your jokin of course its safe, you can grab it and the rcd will disconnect before you die!!!

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Unusual place to have a pendant drop!

On the kitchen worktop?

C, mon your jokin of course its safe, you can grab it and the rcd will disconnect before you die!!!

RCD?! its a TT with really old ELCB, 3036 fuses, and some other weird stuff next to mains board. looks like it was wired by the romans, and never touched since!

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RCD?! its a TT with really old ELCB, 3036 fuses, and some other weird stuff next to mains board. looks like it was wired by the romans, and never touched since!

:^OROTFWL

Glad to see it will not stay that way now your on the case.

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