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#112179 - 04/21/01 06:28 PM Down/Up
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Here's another Viewpoint from Virgil('66)

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#112180 - 04/22/01 03:33 AM Re: Down/Up
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and no 'line' either! good job Virgil!


so which is better, grounds together or apart??

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#112181 - 04/22/01 06:00 AM Re: Down/Up
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Actually, this way you could plug in 2 Right-Angle plugs!!

Hey, We might be onto something here!


Bill

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#112182 - 04/22/01 05:07 PM Re: Down/Up
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Two wall warts would fit as well!
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#112183 - 04/25/01 06:29 PM Re: Down/Up
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I love it!! I was a dyed in the wool grounds up man. Virgil, you have succeeded in swaying me. Market them as "Grounding Protection in Either Direction" you'll make a bundle. (I sent a copy of your pic to our salesman @ GE Supply and asked him to find me some). It's GROUNDS OUT for me!!

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