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#189331 10/01/09 11:57 PM
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Pix 1 is yet another water heater in the shower. I think that the concept is that the electrical cord is in the way, so you have to remove it before showering. That makes it safe, right?

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Pix 2 is a great way to save on the cost of a new battery terminal clamp.

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Haha, did i get everyone looking at that site now??


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vise grips work well for a battery terminal also laugh

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If they'd just unwrap the cord on that power strip and run it over top of the rod; they'd be able to leave the water heater plugged in during their electrocution (oops, I meant to say "during their shower").

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It looks like that clamp is shorting between both terminals!


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