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How to Wire a Shower?

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The procedure for wiring a shower varies depending on the kind of shower it is. If for instance it is an electric shower, begin by preparing the wires or cables of the right thickness for your shower as specified by the installation manual. Next, ensure that all the required plumbing has been installed according to the manufacturer's guidelines. You can then find a convenient location to place the control switch. Finally, you may clean up your working area and then test the shower to see if it is working properly.
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To wire a shower, first turn off the power to any circuits in the vicinity of the consumer unit and ensure all the metal pipes and fixtures are earthed. Next, after determining how much cable you need, hold the heater's cover plate against the wall to mark positions of the fixing holes and cable entry hole before drilling. Prepare the cable route directly over the shower cubicle and then connect the cable to the terminal block inside before fixing the heater to the wall.
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1. Locate the bathroom power supply at your breaker box and turn off the power. Anytime you work with electrical wiring, the safest way to prevent electrical shock is by turning off
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No - it should be powered from a socket circuit, via an FCU preferably directly on the circuit, or spurred from it. The FCU doesn't have to be in the bathroom. Consider fitting a
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