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    Saved (again) by the Ground-Fault Interruptor



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    Re: Saved (again) by the Ground-Fault Interruptor

    Post by rodneyk915 on Sat Sep 03, 2016 11:21 pm

    I hadn't thought of these before. I just ordered 2 because of this thread. Thanks for the info Very Happy


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    Re: Saved (again) by the Ground-Fault Interruptor

    Post by eickmewg on Sun Sep 04, 2016 6:27 am

    Based on sKiZo's previous description and recommendation, I have my stereo stuff going through one of these. About a month ago, we had a lightning strike out on the patio that rocked the house and even knocked some things off an adjacent bookshelf. That strike took out a TV and cable box in the master bedroom, and a desktop computer and an almost brand-new printer in the den. The strike shut down the GFI and all the stereo gear came out unscathed. The next morning I found where the strike hit. It turned out to be a mop with an aluminum handle rod leaning up against the patio fence; blew that mop to smithereens! Total replacement costs over $500.

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