Originally Posted by Hiyu
Sound advice, not to worry will do my homework and buy the best,safest gear out there. Name of the game is to enjoy in safety....
It should be UL listed. You wouldn't believe the crap I've seen even out of famous name stores.
I once bought a heavy gauge extension cord only to find out that the polarity was reversed within the cord. Always wondered how many were like that. I worked but was not safe and I only discovered it because I was using it to remote an outlet during troubleshooting on a house and using a plug in tester that showed if things were properly wired.
We've done so much, for so long, with so little, that we can now do the impossible, overnight, with nothing.
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