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Starter switch part?

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Re: Starter switch part?

Postby memzey » 22 Jun 2016, 14:40

No worries. Better safe than sorry I think. I wired up my old shed with lightning and a number of sockets and I've changed the plugs on more domestic items than I care to remember so I'm not a complete noob but never something as beefy as this which did not have standard domestic wiring before. The planer thicknesser this is going on needs a dedicated 32 amp circuit :shock:
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Re: Starter switch part?

Postby Tusses » 22 Jun 2016, 14:44

cool .. you used a Kite and Key for your shed power supply ?? !!! :D

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Re: Starter switch part?

Postby memzey » 22 Jun 2016, 18:39

Lol! Typo of course but would be an interesting way of doing it! Back to the future anyone?
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