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Induction Hob Tripping Rcd

WhiteGoods Help & Advice Forum (White Goods)... Yesterday, 10:29 PM
Evening all, i have a customer who has a meile induction hob fed via 32a MCB in consumer unit then through a seperate RCD.  most of the time when the hob (mostly one perticular ring) is turned on to between middle and highest heat setting the RCD protecting the sockets trips. ...
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Dimmer Switch Problems

Question & Answer Board Yesterday, 08:04 PM
I have a 2 gang, 2-way, 2X300W dimmer. This is a replacement for exactly the same model originally fitted - Varilight ISP302. The original worked correctly for approximately six years before failing. I have replaced the dimmer. Each on/off switch controls 3 lights (3x50w) so 300w in total. W...
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Earthing On Boats.

Electrician Talk Forum Yesterday, 07:54 PM
I am a commercial catering engineer and was sent to do a repair on a commercial oven on board a ship. The fault was that someone had received a shock off the unit. On arrival found that water had over boiled on top plate and customer received shock. Unit is a 3 phase and earth between phases was...
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Local Competition

Electrician Talk Forum Yesterday, 06:05 PM
This was dropped through my letterbox today. Rear side is the same but has the contact numbers in the bottom panel. More why do i bother thoughts.  
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Frequency Controlled Led Lighting?

Question & Answer Board Yesterday, 01:08 PM
i was going to undertake a project in the summer and need to know anything like this exists or will i need to create it?   ideally i am looking for LED lighting that changes colour at different frequencies 
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