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#58308 - 11/05/05 12:47 PM Peace at last (The war is over)
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#58309 - 11/05/05 01:41 PM Re: Peace at last (The war is over)
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Redsy, this is wonderful, you are right, Peace at Last.

Or the Parties over

Roger
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#58310 - 11/05/05 01:47 PM Re: Peace at last (The war is over)
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No peace yet. There's still a battle raging...
"Each outlet is backwired for speed and accessibility."

steve

Edit-Unless they are backwired with pressure clamps.

[This message has been edited by stamcon (edited 11-05-2005).]
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#58311 - 11/05/05 01:49 PM Re: Peace at last (The war is over)
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Now the war will be if you should rotate clockwise or counter clockwise. And what happens if you go to the southern hemisphere?!?
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#58312 - 11/05/05 01:57 PM Re: Peace at last (The war is over)
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Boy...thats just bitchen!
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#58313 - 11/05/05 04:12 PM Re: Peace at last (The war is over)
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I'm running out to Times Square to kiss me a dame.
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#58314 - 11/05/05 04:14 PM Re: Peace at last (The war is over)
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If the outlets can rotate continiously in one direction, that would imply that there has to be slideing contacts inside between the outlet and the wiring connections in the back or side of this device. Another point that could go bad and fail.
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#58315 - 11/05/05 04:55 PM Re: Peace at last (The war is over)
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Alas a creative design indeed.... I signed onto their mailing list and hopefully can get a sample or something... I also asked if these are UL listed

Randy
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#58316 - 11/05/05 05:02 PM Re: Peace at last (The war is over)
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Looking at this is making me dizzy & confused. Not a good combination for electrical work.

Dave
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#58317 - 11/05/05 06:36 PM Re: Peace at last (The war is over)
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I didn't catch that at first, "UL compliant".

With wording like that, I doubt its UL approved.
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