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Pre Xmas Panic...not For Me!

General Chat Area Today, 06:14 PM
New seasonal section for what customers THINK are a major PANIC and left unattended Xmas will NOT happen and it will HAVE to be cancelled Todays call......all the outside lights have gone off , so the dog cannot see when it goes out for a pee!
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Topic Got Locked. Japanese Water Heater

Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Electrical Forum (Electrics) Yesterday, 10:46 PM
Thank you for looking in. I'm a complete novice , I bought an electric water heater from Japan to go under a sink with no hot water supply. The machine States 220v 50mhz 3000w Question is will this work off a good quality 13 amp plug? Or is a higher amp needed? Thanks a lot
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Kosnic Led Emergency Bulkheads

Welcome to "Your Reviews" - Please Read... Yesterday, 10:21 PM
Well I have to say I am very impressed, well made, easy to install & all worked first time, plus they do not cost a small fortune.     The whole range of these LED boards come as standard with the EM charge indicator & the connector for connecting to the emergency module....
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Just Fleeing From Strictly

General Chat Area Yesterday, 10:16 PM
So its tune the guitar , and its the Rock Island Line  segway into Wabash Cannonball , then a few of Woody 's I think.
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