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Faulty shower/ fuse
My shower was tripping the fuse whenever I used it. But now the fuse won't switch back up. Is this fixable or is a new shower required ? Thanks
1 Answer from a MyBuilder Electrician
Accrington • Member since 16 Dec 2010 • 33 jobs, 100% positive feedback
Testing is required to ascertain the fault and repair by diagnosis rather than trial and error. You may have now already damaged the MCB or if applicable the RCD so increasing the cost of repair. Do yourself a favour and call a registered electrician.
Answered 31st Oct 2015
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