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KennyKen

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the Sheath doesn’t look stripped. Looks like someone has put black heat shrink over the top. Strange.
 
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Hello Ken

The orange outer sheath has been taken off completely on this 240v cable, the black sheath is the nylon protection
 

Wilko

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Hello Ken

The orange outer sheath has been taken off completely on this 240v cable, the black sheath is the nylon protection
Sorry don’t have AS to hand, but “insufficient impact protection” as the heat shrink is most likely not rated/intended to replace the cable sheath in that way.
 
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