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    1. fa2nzg

      fa2nzg Well-Known Member

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      I have just got the george forman out and i didnt notice but the plug had dropped in the sink . If i open it up and dry it a bit will it be ok to use ! as long as i switch the swith off when i plug it in and dont touch it or am i looking for a shock and trip the power ?

       
    2. Raleoxilevz

      Raleoxilevz Well-Known Member

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      wet plug

      DO you know how to rewire a plug?
       
    3. remstation

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      yeah !!

      Is that a no then haha
       
    4. remstation

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      wet plug

      Give it a good spray of WD40.
       
    5. Jawaz

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      I aint got no wd40 !!!!
       
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      Open the plug & use a hair dryer to make sure it's completely dry before using
       
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      masoven4u Well-Known Member

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      Sh1t product. Just open it up and let it dry out somewhere warm naturally.
       
    8. Capone

      Capone Well-Known Member

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      Take the plug apart, remove the wires and then dry it.
      Then put the wires back and you should be fine.
      An easy lesson in wiring a plug is by the colours. Think of the first two letters of each of the colours.
      Brown, the first two letters is B and R that means bottom right.
      Blue is B and L that means bottom left.
      If there is another colour then it goes in the slot that is still empty.
      This only applies to modern wiring.
       
    9. Berny

      Berny Well-Known Member

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      Id never thought of it like that but quite like that way od thinking.
       
    10. Korporalegq

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      wet plug

      Being a dad to three so called graduates was the inspiration in that lesson in life when they moved into student accommodation.
       
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