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rodney12

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Hi all, just been asked the following:

''I have an electric fire that I have to turn on at the wall and then again on the fire. Recently have noticed that if I turn it on at the fire and not the wall it still works! Any advice?''

I'm thinking it must be a faulty socket switch, any sugestions welcome..

thanks in advance
 
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randyrat

Advice....
chuck it out, it's costing you a fortune to run....oh and get a sparky to change your socket..it's defective and potentially lethal....I wouldnt even contemplate plugging an electric fire in it. (Seriously)

Randyrat
 
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montybaber

do you know if it is connected to a fused spur or on a 13amp s/o?
 

rodney12

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not sure yet, gonna go and sort it out tonight, cheers for the replies
 
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