Wiring a junction box - WIRING A JUNCTION BOX Part P of the...

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WIRING A JUNCTION BOX Part P of the new building regulations could involve a check on any additional circuitry by qualified electricians when you sell your home. This can affect your sale, you could be breaking the law and your house insurance may not be valid. Please be absolutely sure you know what you are doing and get all of your work checked by a qualified electrician. Junction boxes can be used to connect additional sockets to circuits, add lighting points, extend circuits, and in general they are a way of getting power from an existing source and taking it somewhere else. They can also be used for repairs. Junction boxes are rated in amps to protect them, you and the circuit. Make sure you have the right box for the right job. A ring main or radial circuit will need a 30 amp junction box, a lighting circuit (although you can buy 5amp junction boxes) will need a 20amp junction box. Junction boxes come with
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