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Topic # 113416 16-Jan-2013 14:42 Send private message

Greetings and Salutations to all that can help
Who would have thought something as simple as running a new coax cable in the ceiling and down internal wall for TV could be so annoying..
Right, so running the cable has had its issues but its not the main problem anymore.
Having turned power off at the mains so I could take the elec socket out and see when the coax comes down went relatively smoothly, Its now when I have turned mains power back on and find my Dishwasher, Waste Disposal and one Power socket in my kitchen will no longer work.
My house is less than 8 years old so in the power board as far as I can see there are no fuses, just trip switches which (heres the weird part) none of have tripped???

Regards,

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  Reply # 745718 16-Jan-2013 14:45 Send private message

At this point though there are a few diagnosis options, because you are not already aware of them, my advice is to stop, and and call an electrician.




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