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Old 16-05-2022, 09:57   #10
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Re: Wet plug socket to dry out

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Originally Posted by Rillington View Post
Thank you for the replies.

It has been three months since the issue that caused the socket to get wet enough for it to trip was fixed. However I don't know if three months is enough time for the socket to dry out sufficiently so that it doesn't cause everything to trip when it is switched on, or shortly after it is switched on.

Unless you live in a very wet cave, under a waterfall, or underwater, then I would assume it has dried out by now.


Whats the worst that can happen? It just trips.
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