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    Existing vs New/altered /temp installation?

    On conducting testing and inspection, you find that most part of the installation is compliant except that there's no isolator on the geyser circuit. After correcting the mentioned, is your tick on the CoC going to move from existing to altered installation?

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    As far as I understand if the installation isn't completlly original, it's alterd.
    At the botom of page 1 of the coc u have Decleration by electrical contractor.
    The contractor that changed the isolator or whatever would fill out this section, if it was other than yourself.
    Andy and the guys will know for sure.

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    It is an existing circuit which was non-compliant. You have brought it up to standard.

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