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Bailey Ranger Electrical Spares - DZ47-63 C16 7 years 11 months ago #216818

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I have a faulty circuit breaker on my Bailey Ranger 500/5.



It is a double pole 16amp device.



The manufacturer is NBSe.



Anyone got any idea where I can source a replacement from please.
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Bailey Ranger Electrical Spares - DZ47-63 C16 7 years 11 months ago #216819

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Further information - I think it's a C45N - circuit breaker
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Bailey Ranger Electrical Spares - DZ47-63 C16 7 years 11 months ago #216820

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You should be able to get one here:

www.sargentltd.co.uk/
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Bailey Ranger Electrical Spares - DZ47-63 C16 7 years 11 months ago #216821

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Any DIN-rail mount unit of correct rating will do the job.



What makes you think it is faulty?



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