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WoodYewToo

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I would add that if you are using mains outside I would make sure you have a protective RCD on your supply to the tool. You may have this as part of your electrical installation anyway, but if you have an older system it is worth having an extension or socket with a built in RCD. Vastly improves the chances of you getting a shock.


Errr... I'm guessing that's not quite what most people are aiming for. :)
 

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I was aware but posted this from my mobile which I don't normally do and couldn't see the option so assumed you could only edit if nobody else had subsequently posted (otherwise it could mess up the sense of the thread). This appears to not be the case, it's just the option is hidden.

Anyway, corrected now thanks. I should read what I post more carefully!
 

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