We're in a rental that was rewired 25 years ago by numpties. We've had successive problems with the electrics - like the cooker not being earthed for 18 years! In our 20 years here we've had to buy 5 cookers. The landlord paid a few years ago for circuit breakers to be put in (which is how the earthing problem was caught), but last month the extractor fan blew up (literally!) and 2 weeks later the oven. One of the things we've commented on until we're blue in the face is that the labelling on the fuse box has nothing to do with what actually runs off it. In actual fact, the cooker, extractor fan, washing machine etc. are on on a light circuit which is 5A (yes, we eat 5A fuses!). I know from looking at this forum that that's not a normal ampage, but what I'd really like to know is if it is dangerous? Thanks for any pointers!