Socket swap.


S

shazzbat

On our landing there is a light switch and immediately below it a "socket"
which was intended for an immersion heater which has never been used. This
is 1.3 metres above the skirting, and is the type with a switch, a removable
from outside fuse, and a hole in the bottom edge for a flex to come out. It
is supplied from the ring, not a spur. Is there a reason I shouldn't replace
this with a 13A socket, which would be far more use to us?

TIA
Steve
 
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A

ARW

shazzbat said:
On our landing there is a light switch and immediately below it a
"socket" which was intended for an immersion heater which has never
been used. This is 1.3 metres above the skirting, and is the type
with a switch, a removable from outside fuse, and a hole in the
bottom edge for a flex to come out. It is supplied from the ring, not
a spur. Is there a reason I shouldn't replace this with a 13A socket,
which would be far more use to us?
TIA
Steve
There is no reason at all why you cannot swap it for socket.


Cheers
 
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