OT for a sec: US wiring sources of info
witchy at binarydinosaurs.co.uk
Fri Oct 7 18:36:29 CDT 2005
On Fri, October 7, 2005 5:50 pm, Alistair MacDonald said:
> Your friend would appear to live in a different UK to me. It is however
> common practice for the outlets to be in a ring with a 30A fuse in the
Indeed, I've never seen a 50a pair run like that though obviously I've
never been to every house in the UK :)
> items with the wrong fuse. Those of us who perform Portable Appliance
> Tests on things get very annoyed at having to replace the fuses on the
> first test. Anyone want any 13A fuses? 8-)
Those of us who do electrical work (before getting the appropriate
government body in to test and sign off etc....jeez!) despair at portable
lights and kettles etc run off 13A fuses because 'that'll work won't it'
ObClassiccmp: I saw a PET 8032 with 8050 floppy drive and printer
yesterday. Bet all of it had 13A fuses :D
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This message has been scanned by me and determined to be text based and
therefore not susceptible to virus attack. 'rah for text based emails!
Anyone heard of anything so ridiculous?!
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