Two likely scenarios spring to mind. Either they were wired on a single
radial circuit, and in disconnecting the first you have also managed to
disconnect the power feed to the remaining heaters. Alternatively, the
work you did caused a short circuit, or earth fault which meant a fuse,
MCB, or RCD was tripped next time the power was applied to the circuit.
On Sunday, 18 November 2018 21:20:03 UTC, Vir Campestris wrote:
He hasn't yet told us whether they're receiving a supply or the fault is with the supply. So it's not as if we can offer much useful info.
Lurking somewhere in the background is the thought what if he has the world's only system whereby all the control is in the master unit, which has now been disposed of :)
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