True, but I think it would be a backward step, as his overcurrent protective
deice is doing what it is designed to do. I think the OP was more concerned
with the frequency of the bulbs blowing and his under rated dimmer switch.
Away from the group could you shed any light on a questionn on my 2361 course,
reference insulation testing on a circuts this is the questiun as laid out on
the test paper. " iii Explain that the requierments of the IEE Regulations for
this test when carried out on the cooker when disconnected."
I know the test procedure for lighrting and power circuits and I would have
assumed a cooker cicuit would have been the same. Any help appreciated
Does this mean testing the cooker circuit with the cooker
disconnected, or testing the cooker when disconnected?
It sounds like the latter, but that's part of PAT testing
and not installation testing.
For PAT testing, a cooker (with electric heating elements)
is allowed to fail an insulation test when cold, but must
not when it has warmed up and and had time to drive off
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