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We can however, offer the following:

* Never touch plugs, switches or electrical appliances with wet hands.

* Switch off and unplug electrical appliances before inspecting or cleaning them.

* Avoid using adaptors and never plug one adaptor into another.

* If you fit a plug yourself, make sure you wire it properly and always fit the right size fuse.

* Use short, undamaged flexes. Never join two pieces of flex together.

* Check plugs and flexes regularly. Look out for damage and loose connections and get any faults put right at once.

* If you have heaters that are controlled by a timeswitch, make sure they are always kept clear of any combustables.

* Never hang anything over convector or fan heaters.

* Use an RCD (residual current device) if working outside.

* An RCD (residual current device) should be used for all circuits in a grow room.

* If in any doubt consult a qualified electrician and do not attempt to do it yourself!

We have several members qualified & retired (Oldtimer1 - niceone - Themadhippy) who have many years experience with electrics. If you are in any doubt over an electrical issue, either post your concerns, or contact them directly. We can not promise a reply straight away so please be patient.

Be safe.

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