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Old 11-05-2022, 23:00   #6
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Re: Wet plug socket to dry out

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Originally Posted by Rillington View Post
Generally how long does it take for a plug socket to dry out sufficiently for it not to trip all the electrics when it is switched on?
Generally longer than it takes to go to B&Q and buy a replacement. Iíve only got a wall socket wet once, with a very well-aimed mug of coffee. No hesitation, I just swapped it out for a new one.

So long as you know what youíre doing of course Ö.
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