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Re: TRIPPINg RCD
Reply #2 - Feb 4th, 2019, 6:37am
 
Diversity is applied to the final circuits.  There is nothing wrong with the setup you have, it is extremely common.

What trip is operating?
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Re: TRIPPINg RCD
Reply #1 - Feb 2nd, 2019, 9:03pm
 
Pics not showing there is a how to at the top of the electrical forum
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TRIPPINg RCD
Feb 2nd, 2019, 2:17pm
 
Hello every1, i Have a problem with intermittent tripping on my Hager RCD. its been going on for a time now and its driving me crazy. i intend to call in a sparks but wondered if i could get some advice first. After looking at my consumer unit (wylex 100A) i noticed it had 2x6A NSBs, 2x16A NSBs, and 3x32A NSBs, which add to 140A. The rating says 100A MAX, could this be the problem?
one of the 32A NSBs is for an electric shower which has been removed and switched to off position. i included a snapshot as i dont really know what im talking about!
Many thanx
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