Linky installation on a wooden board: poor workmanship with risk of fire and endangering the life of others!

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View Remundo » 12/11/20, 14:16

Christophe wrote:Installation example LINKY improper carried out at the end of August 2020 in a small copro...

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at home in the Allier, like that, exactly (but with a single three-phase meter). The same old weathered wood.

EDF's subcontractors are paid by the result, so they get bored as little as possible. Who is really to blame? If EDF put less pressure on it and agreed to pay for a clean job ... electrician craftsmen, for some, are in virtual bankruptcy and find it difficult to refuse construction sites ...
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View Christophe » 12/11/20, 14:56

Well your installation is not compliant either if you don't have the intermediate plastic box ... now it's up to you to see if you accept the risk and its consequences?

It is not EDF but ENEDIS which is putting the pressure ... well, it is linked ...

Do not pity everyone either ... electricians who charge 100 € HT per hour that exists ...

Go make a quote to make a 3 m long bleed and add a catch ... you will have for 400 € ... : Cheesy:
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View Christophe » 12/11/20, 14:58

bhermes2012 wrote:Thank you for your comeback .
But the person from Edenis who came refused. She would like to pose directly on the wooden counter.
And we told ourselves that we wished not. EDF had told us that the plate would be changed.
Except that by reminding them that it is edenis or EDF the two return the ball. I spent a lot of time on the phone to be told it's like that or I pay for a change. So I don't know what to do. Is there an obligation to have the linky counter?
Thank you


Give them the ENEDIS document from the beginning of this subject ... since you obviously have to deal with a mariolle!

It is not obligatory but they impose the work ... nuance! : Cheesy: : Cheesy: : Cheesy:

What is obligatory is to do the work in accordance with safety standards!

So if it is on a wooden board or other M1 type support, you need the intermediate box. Point bar.
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View bhermes2012 » 12/11/20, 15:10

Thank you

I will get back to them with the documents at the top of the topic and hope to be successful in the end.
They do not seem to have the habit of putting these supports, whether it is at my parents' or my grandmother's place, it is direct on the wooden plate

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View Christophe » 12/11/20, 15:31

Well it is that 100% of these installations do not comply ... with own ENEDIS standards (I didn't do them !!) and there is a risk of fire!

Here is a photo of a COMPLIANT installation on a wooden board:

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It is simply the plastic case between the linky and the wood that changes everything!
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View Christophe » 29/12/20, 16:50

Mediapart gets involved:

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View Christophe » 21/06/21, 12:43

The mind-blowing denial response from an ENEDIS group manager following a non-compliant installation of Linky meters directly on a wooden board!

This shows the contempt for the safety of their customers that at ENEDIS ...

In legal terms we speak, see Mediapart article above, of endangering the life of others ...

This is happening in France ...

Perhaps the churches that burn with impunity are no longer enough for some ... should the whole country be burnt down? : Evil: : Evil: : Evil: : Shock: : Shock: : Shock:

Hello,

Do you have pictures of what the client is talking about, because if the latter talks about a laying on the wooden paintings that were installed at the time of the construction of the building, there will be no replacement because we are to the standard of the time.

The replacement of the linky is not intended to bring back to the standard of the time all the tables on which the old meters were placed.


Sincerely,


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When we send him the photo in question, either:

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He answers :

Hello,

These are indeed standardized wood tables, there is no danger, so we will not replace them.

Sincerely


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View Christophe » 21/06/21, 12:45

How much is a group manager paid at ENEDIS? : Shock: : Shock: : Shock:

Paid handsomely for not even knowing their own internal standards ... : Cry: : Cry: : Cry:
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View GuyGadeboisTheBack » 21/06/21, 12:46

At home, they put the Linky on the wooden plank as well.
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View Christophe » 21/06/21, 13:00

Well, you have it in the c ... turlututu! Risk of fire in the long term ...

UFC what to choose think what? It is time for them to take charge of the matter!

I copy paste the intro (subscriber) of the Mediapart article (which confirms everything that has been written above on this subject), there is at least ONE conscientious technician at ENEDIS!

Linky meters: the flammable omissions of Enedis

December 29, 2020 By Clément Fayol

By having the Linky meters installed at full speed to make the 5 billion euros invested in the national installation profitable, EDF's network subsidiary did not always take safety standards into account and discordant voices denouncing the risk of fire. Faced with insufficient responses from his hierarchy, a technician alerted the public prosecutor's office in Caen and a preliminary investigation for "endangering others" was opened.

For nearly five years, Enedis has ensured that the Linkys do not start a fire. An answer whose fragility is nevertheless detectable in the company's own security documents. With each fire, the company that manages the country's electricity networks hastily exonerates its new generation meter. But the opening of a preliminary investigation for "endangering others" by the prosecutor's office in Caen changes the situation and obliges the company to make a real inventory of the risks.


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