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Greetings Ladies and Gents how often should Landis and Gyr 5235A / Ampy Automation

5235A Electric meter be replaced?


The meter is the cheapest no frills anti-reverse digital electric meter they cost around

£20 when they were introduced.


I read somewhere ??? that it should be replaced every 10 years, however when I

spoke to my current energy provider they said 2031 (25 years), that Centrica note

above the meter was the provider when the meter was installed.




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never (since things opened up), unless you are willing to pay for replacement (unless you manage to get a supplier that's willing to do it for free, maybe re a smart meter) :)




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dont get a smart meter, they dont work properly and they can get hacked.

There are plenty of the old blck meters still about, no reason to replace them as they dont really suddenly start going fast or slow, they either work or they dont.

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