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2 weeks training , a good result BUT!

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19 minutes ago, bastonjock said:

I think ill borrow the pick for when im doing a lecture on safety

Actually, the pic is not so far off the way its normally done.  He's just left too long a cord.  The outlet is usually close to the ceiling so the hot water heater has a place to plug in.  It often looks like this one:

hot water plug.jpg 

Ya see if he does it the way in the OP, if a guy takes a p1ss in the shower and hits the plug hole he's gonna get quite the feedback :hystery:

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Wow.. and here I thought that I had pretty much seen it all.  🙄🙄🙄

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2 hours ago, TimL said:

Wow.. and here I thought that I had pretty much seen it all.  🙄🙄🙄

Dont believe everything you see :smile:

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5 hours ago, Jack Peterson said:

Welcome.jpg to the Everyday Philippines my friend :571c66d400c8c_1(103):

Its got a couple of lads here at work wetting themselves laughing:whistling:

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I did electrical work for a time when I was in my 20s.

Still remember what I was told first day on the job:

"There are old electricians, and there are stupid electricians, but there are no old, stupid electricians."

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You've tried the cowboys. Now try the Indians. :bonk:

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15 hours ago, Reboot said:

I did electrical work for a time when I was in my 20s.

Still remember what I was told first day on the job:

"There are old electricians, and there are stupid electricians, but there are no old, stupid electricians."

Guess that means I'm just an old electrician sob sob  boo hoo 

Having worked with voltages that can cremated the body in a nano second , I'm happy just being an old electrician :7500:

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3 hours ago, bastonjock said:

Having worked with voltages that can cremated the body in a nano second , I'm happy just being an old electrician

You could put that talent to good use here in the Philippines.  Electricians don't get paid much but cremations are bloody expensive :hystery:

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