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Old 07 February 2013, 14:14   #11
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Spot on 2.50 for a 3m length from B&Q, Tie wrap them onto the handles perfect working area. Just need to find a way to heat it!!
Get rid of that dust and then one electric fan heater should do it, don't be tempted to put a second in on the same extension lead or you'll melt it. I learnt the hard way
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Old 07 February 2013, 17:25   #14
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don't be tempted to put a second in on the same extension lead or you'll melt it. I learnt the hard way
Did I mention I'd done that?.....
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if using extension lead at high current draw always make sure it is fully unwind - if not you will issues

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Old 08 February 2013, 04:23   #16
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if using extension lead at high current draw always make sure it is fully unwind - if not you will issues

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Yep, mine has welded the plug in the wall socket and melted the lead
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Yep, mine has welded the plug in the wall socket and melted the lead
Additional heat then!!
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Spot on 2.50 for a 3m length from B&Q, Tie wrap them onto the handles perfect working area. Just need to find a way to heat it!!

Work harder, generates more heat !!!!!!
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Actually the angle grinder was glowing by the time I had finished
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