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Created On: 27 March 2019 04:05 PM
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 27 March 2019 04:05 PM
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chrispearson

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Lisa, please don't forget to pull the main fuse before you go home.
 27 March 2019 04:23 PM
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gkenyon

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Nope, this one's later

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 27 March 2019 05:07 PM
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chrispearson

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Fuse must still be in.
 27 March 2019 05:14 PM
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broadgage

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Originally posted by: chrispearson

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Lisa, please don't forget to pull the main fuse before you go home.


Not the DNO cut out fuse I hope !
 27 March 2019 05:21 PM
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Lisamiles

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Fuse has to stay in for a bit longer as I can't get the wretched thing out and need one of the tech guys with a very large screwdriver but they all went home early...

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 27 March 2019 06:33 PM
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chrispearson

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And there I was feeling so pleased with myself for posting within a minute of the notice that the forum was now locked.

Of course Lisa's last post had to have been before the locking, else she couldn't have posted it.
 28 March 2019 07:04 AM
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ebee

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It is probably just residual voltage in the system that is keeping it alive.
Rather like an RCD test with the outgoing circuits not disconnected thereby holding voltage until decay and skewing the results.

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 28 March 2019 12:38 PM
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RB1981

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Or perhaps it's the UPS.

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 28 March 2019 02:18 PM
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Legh

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Lol .... Perhaps they're still voting?

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