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Look what your local power company can do for you!!

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by The_blue, Jul 6, 2003.

  1. The_blue

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    Anyone fancy a guess to what this is (was)

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    A representative from your power company heard that your house was full of equipment and consuming too much energy and as a result he broke into your house when you weren't home and opened up your equipment and took a lighter to it?
     
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    A control board from a sub ?????????
     
  4. The_blue

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    Correct :)

    Guess the Sub forum kinda gave it away a bit ;)


    It's the Sub that came with my Yamaha HTIB45 :(

    East midlands electric have already replaced most of my electrical goods due to the 70 year old overhead cables that run to my house loosing the negative:rolleyes:

    Not spotted the sub was dead till i tryed to play a film and it didn't sound quite right, did the test and no sub. Picked it up and could hear a rattle inside :eek: After a shake the top off the cap fell out followed by the tranny :(
     
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    Losing the neutral in a TNCS (PME) system has the potential to be very very dangerous, quite lethal in fact.

    Steven.
     
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    I know :zonked:

    The microwave, arial amp, door bell, sub, HCPC, Normal PC, Pond UV, Water pump and boiler can all vouch for that ;)


    Its a TT system by the way :) Fitted in august 1933 by the coal board :rolleyes: as the houses were powered by the local pit in those days
     

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