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Need to get a 230v supply outside nearest point is on inside wall but not rcd protected can i fit rcd after inside socket

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You can fit a rcd proecter inside at the nearest point before the cabling goes outside is best.Also I would recomend using armered cable so it doesn't get damaged if dug up.

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