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  • #16
    Re: Extension cords

    Woussko,
    What the heck? You don't like my idea of testing right hand to left hand with a GFCI tripping as the indicator? Go Figure.
    Jim Don

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    • #17
      Re: Extension cords

      Jim

      I like your way as long as I'm not the tester

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      • #18
        Re: Extension cords

        Years ago I wired a 19 gallon electric hot water heater in my shop for washing clothes and a shower I had in there,since I was only going to use it probably once a week or so I decided to wire it with a light switch so that I could turn it on and off as needed. I also wired in a receptacle to put a 7 volt light in line so that I could tell when the switch was on or off. After a month or so of using it I turned the switch off and the light did not go out.Power was leaking threw the switch!!!
        Morel of the story , don't ever trust a light switch they can
        and do leak threw occasionally. Always throw the breaker.

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