Talk:Immersion Heaters

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The advice to "wire across the built-in stat and add an external stat strapped to the tank" seems extremely iffy and completely contrary to current regs requiring a manually-resettable over-temperature cutout to be incorporated into the stat.

I think it would be good for an article on immersion heaters to reference this regulation.

--John Stumbles 00:00, 13 June 2007 (BST)

Flexible Cable

The bit about burning smell etc, talks of checking the flexible cable and that has a link to the "Cables" article.... which only discusses wiring cables, not high temperature insulated flexes.

Sounds like we need a "Flex" article.

--John Rumm 02:54, 16 June 2007 (BST)

Yes, I reckon we still could do with lots of articles. Not sure whether flexes might be best dealt with in a separate article or the same one as fixed cables. NT 09:37, 16 June 2007 (BST)

On the basis that I've seen many dozens of installations with immersions controlled by on/off switches (or just 13A plug & socket) and none with timers, I've changed the wording of the appropriate part of this article --John Stumbles 18:02, 29 February 2008 (GMT)