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Old 02-22-2009, 12:44 PM   #1
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People use electricity in England?

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People use electricity in England?

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Britspark, we need pictures of the inside of your van.

Why do you need to see my van mr shunk

Is this going to turn into my vans bigger than yours thread
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Think of it as tool **** Search "Tool bag photos". We have all been sharing who carries what and what one likes over the other.


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[quote=MDShunk;60919]People use electricity in England?

Yes, but it is lot different to what we are used to in North America. In the UK, wiring in residenses is single phase two wire. 240 volt to ground.

Receptacles and lights are never on the same circuit.
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