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Re: Solution for both RCBO and Surge Protection

Postby Roger Ramjet » Wed Apr 15, 2015 1:50 pm

iammike wrote:The funniest reply I got in one of those major stores was, you don't need separate Surge Protectors as Safe-T-cut will take care of that 5555555

You might like to point out that Safe-T-Cut don't say that, and if you look on the shelves in both Thai Watsadu and HomePro you'll find the surge protection cut out switches from Safe-T-Cut. http://www.safe-t-cut.com/en/products/s ... evice.html
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Re: Solution for both RCBO and Surge Protection

Postby iammike » Wed Apr 15, 2015 2:00 pm

Thanks RR.

Will go and look on Friday in my local shops.

Thanks again, much appreciated


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Re: Solution for both RCBO and Surge Protection

Postby canopy » Wed Apr 15, 2015 6:59 pm

iammike wrote:RCBO's yes but MOV's no, I have been looking for them in around 5-6 shops (Mum and Pop and the Big name stores) and nothing to be found.


Ah, yes. What you need to do is ask them to open the catalog and order it for you. Always works for me. The "good stuff" is rarely stocked as it is expensive and slow movers.
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Re: Solution for both RCBO and Surge Protection

Postby iammike » Wed Apr 15, 2015 7:17 pm

canopy wrote:
iammike wrote:RCBO's yes but MOV's no, I have been looking for them in around 5-6 shops (Mum and Pop and the Big name stores) and nothing to be found.


Ah, yes. What you need to do is ask them to open the catalog and order it for you. Always works for me. The "good stuff" is rarely stocked as it is expensive and slow movers.


Good one.

Thanks !!!


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