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I want to replace the storage heaters in a flat I own and want to check my understanding of how this would be done.
Am I correct in my understanding that these are wired into the E7 timer and in order to replace them with normal heaters, an electrician would simply need to disconnect from the timer and connect the circuit to the fuse box?
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Accrington • Member since 16 Dec 2010 • 33 jobs, 100% positive feedback
This work requires altering the wiring of consumer units which should be carried out by a qualified person. call a registered electrician for a quote.
Answered 28th Dec 2015
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