Problems resetting your RCD? Tectonic have you covered
26th April 2017
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We get a lot of calls and emails when a customers get power cuts or there’s a trip but sometimes talking to someone without seeing what they can see is tricky and we thought that the best way to answer this question, by showing you.

We have just recently finished a local electrical project in Eastbourne and thought it would be a great opportunity to film a “How To” tutorial where Nigel shows you how to reset an RCD (Residual Current Device) on an MK Centry metal consumer unit.

Now we know not everyone has the same fuse board but we will be filming more fuse boards to cover a wide range of them to help you.

This is a part of our new project on our YouTube channel, answering customers “How Do You” questions with videos. Want to see more? Take a look at our YouTube Channel.

What is an RCD?

“An RCD, or residual current device, is a life-saving device which is designed to prevent you from getting a fatal electric shock if you touch something live, such as a bare wire. It can also provide some protection against electrical fires. RCDs offer a level of personal protection that ordinary fuses and circuit-breakers cannot provide.” – Electrical Safety First – read more

What to do if you are concerned?

If you have already reset the RCD and still nothing is happening and you are starting to worry, contact us at the office 01323 458124 to speak with an engineer or arrange for an engineer to visit.

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Rhian May

Member since: 26th May 2016

Offering professional & quality service throughout Sussex. We are Approved NICEIC Contractors & Domestic Installers as well as Buy With Confidence Scheme.

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