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To avoid an uncessessary inaccesible fuse behind.

Yes, many do know that. But a purpose made item is better.

Have you thought about looking at this from a different perspective, rather than fixating on one particular 'solution'?
 
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Say behind a fixed integrated washing machine. It is not going to be plugged into anywhere else. The best is a 15A round pin and shuttered socket behind the washing machine. The problem is awkward manufacturers wanting to side step their warrantee obligations, otherise a 15A round pin is the best choice, which cannot be plugged into anything else.

The question was, where are these solid links available?
Why in the absolute tosh does anyone care? Plug the thing in and go live your life.
 
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Why is the appliance, which comes with and is therefore designed to have, blowing 13a fuses in the plug top in the first place?
The common response. Some fuses just fail. Not a lot, but it does happen. Best have fues easily accessible - which is common sense.
 
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Which proves you are trolling again. Surely everyone knows this right?
The only troll here is YOU. You have been provocative from the beginning.
Now back to the prime point of the thread. Do you know where these solid links are available?
 
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The only troll here is YOU. You have been provocative from the beginning.
Now back to the prime point of the thread. Do you know where these solid links are available?

No. I do not. Ebay? Alibaba? You tell me
 
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Have you thought about looking at this from a different perspective, rather than fixating on one particular 'solution'?
Will you suggest another solution.
A 15A round pin is suitale but it us the shark makers warrantees that is the problem
 

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