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Old 24.05.2020, 15:54
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Re: Circuit Breakers

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Thanks for giving me confidence.
I did the job in 5 minutes and most of that was removing the front blanking panel which was held on with some sort of hidden spring clips.
One of the circuit breakers in the panel was unused so I just swopped the two wires from the faulty one to the good one.
It's amazingly easy, you probably saved 200 CHF for that 5 minute job!

One thong I forgot to say is make sure the connections are very tight as a slightly lose connection will lead too a voltage drop & heat build up, it's always something to double check at the end of the job.
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