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Evenin all.

Was just watching CSI New York on fiveUSA, and there was a scene where one of the CSI's had to turn the circuit breakers back on after an overeload, when she found the DB she had to stand in the BATH to switch them back on!!!

God bless the Americans and their electrical standards.:D:D
 
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Spudnik

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Yeah but they only operate at 110V so they.re safe.

 
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kung

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Did she use her hand though or the luffa ?
 
Evenin all.

Was just watching CSI New York on fiveUSA, and there was a scene where one of the CSI's had to turn the circuit breakers back on after an overeload, when she found the DB she had to stand in the BATH to switch them back on!!!

God bless the Americans and their electrical standards.:D:D

Electrical panels are prohibited in residential bathrooms see section 240.24( E ) 2005 National Electrical Code, but hacks are the same everywhere in the world just view pics on any electrical forum.:mad:

See this work of "art".... link to a very bad re-wire? - ECN Electrical Forums

The non- US forum there has some bad work too from all over.

Now for some good work.. NM Run With An Iron. - ECN Electrical Forums


BTW, the US uses 120V not 110V, "110V" on the label/data plate usually means it's a cheap import from China or Europe.:D
 
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Andy Smith

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Whats wrong with that ,i can see the second lot needs a bit of a sort LOL :p:rolleyes:
 
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Spudnik

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As when it comes to washing machines and other equipment which has a high power load it is across 230v not 110v
Ian,

I was joking...







Liking that install in the second link.
 

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Obviously they havent heard of Trunking and conduit in the colonies yet. thast for both treads
 

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