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    The cable is 10mm squared, no car battery cables...

    The cable is 10mm squared, no car battery cables used here :U

    The thickness of the individual cables including the insulation is 5.75mm.
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    Well the RCD have a test button on them and CB's...

    Well the RCD have a test button on them and CB's don't. Yes

    Do I pass? :q
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    Well, looks like everything is all good. Thank...

    Well, looks like everything is all good.

    Thank you for your help Gentlemen.

    While I think of it, What would the maximum load a 10mm 2 core and earth cable handle over a distance of about 12...
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    Thanks guys. So the main switch on the main...

    Thanks guys.

    So the main switch on the main switch board needs to be changed to a 50amp rather than have a 63amp even though 10mm cable is used from the main to the garage?

    It looks like the...
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    Existing Electrical In New/Old Home??

    Just moved into a home that's about 14 years old and would like some comments about a couple of things. Or 3.

    The meter box has,
    3 x 16amp RCD's - Marked Power Points
    1 x 20amp RCD - Marked Air...
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    These products that are available at major...

    These products that are available at major retailers for cheap prices are really on good for prettying something up to become someone elses problem, 1-2 years is generally the life expectancy.
    ...
  7. Yea that's right, the nut is supposed to go on...

    Yea that's right, the nut is supposed to go on the inside of the tank to lock the gauge in place.

    I had some very detailed instructions that came with my gauge explaining the various ways to fit...
  8. eHi Aaron, I saw these types of gauges being...

    eHi Aaron,

    I saw these types of gauges being sold on ebay , and almost brought one. Then saw then in Bunnies for half the price of the ebay ones so I jumped on it.

    Piece of cake to install....
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    I had the same problem until I installed more...

    I had the same problem until I installed more downpipes.

    Why not install another downpipe at the other end. :2tsup:
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    Access To Get Under The House.

    Hi all, I hope that someone can help.

    I need to add another entry point to gain access under the house (on stumps). Brick veneer cladding.
    For some reason the height between the ground and the...
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    What does the tempering do? I assume it is to do...

    What does the tempering do? I assume it is to do with reducing the water temperature for kids. If this is correct are they adjustable and are they required in all states?

    What's the cost of these...
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    Funny that the water is yellow. Our tank (above...

    Funny that the water is yellow. Our tank (above ground) is also connected to the toilets and the water is perfectly clear. If we get a bit of rain, the water sometimes gets a bit cloudy, but never...
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    Thanks heaps to those of you that have posted...

    Thanks heaps to those of you that have posted constructive comments.

    Had a play today, and found I had a faulty 15A Extension Cord, so I consider $80 that I paid for it, well worth it.

    Very...
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    Digital Insulation Tester Meter Megger

    Just received this Megger I purchased on eBay.

    I thought it may come in handy now and then for testing various items around the house (love gadgets).
    It has three voltage scales, with the highest...
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