extra socket needed in kitchen


Postby skin » Fri Jul 27, 2007 4:19 pm

hi, i have just fitted in a new kitchen and require an additional power socket, problem is i already have 2 in there, the 1st is part ot the ring main and the 2nd is a spur. according to regs you can only have 1 spur per socket. what is the best way round this without getting the chisel out?
cheers :?:
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Postby BLAKEY1963 » Fri Jul 27, 2007 11:38 pm

[quote="skin"]hi, i have just fitted in a new kitchen and require an additional power socket, problem is i already have 2 in there, the 1st is part ot the ring main and the 2nd is a spur. according to regs you can only have 1 spur per socket. what is the best way round this without getting the chisel out?
cheers :?:[/quote]

SKIN
U R LIMITED WITH YOUR SPUR ALREADY.
EITHER WAY WIRING HAS TO BE ADDED OR ALTERED AND THIS
IS NOTIFIABLE WORK BY YOUR LOCAL PART P SPARKY.

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