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Beanzy
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I have to break it first.

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Re: Broken Ring
Reply #1 - Jun 3rd, 2004, 4:53am
 
Hmm, there is, but it involves a link at the consumer unit, which I'm not sure should be done unless you've actually been physically shown how to do it safely. It's a visual/safety thing really. I could describe it and you could try but do it wrong or not un-do it correctly and there could be real problems. It's not that I don't think you can do it, just I'm not sure my description would be adequate. Disadvantage of the internet.

What do others think?
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Broken Ring
Jun 2nd, 2004, 11:27pm
 
A ring does not appear to have ever had a return leg. Is there a quick way of finding the most distant outlet from the cu, or do i have to disconnect at intervals and test??
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