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45A Cooker Switch & 13A Socket

45A Cooker Switch & 13A Socket
Average Customer Rating:
2.5 out of 5
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1 of 2(50%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for LAP 2-Gang 45A DP Cooker Switch & 13A Switched Plug Socket w/LED Pol. Chrome
Review 1 for LAP 2-Gang 45A DP Cooker Switch & 13A Switched Plug Socket w/LED Pol. Chrome
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4 out of 5
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5 out of 5
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5 out of 5
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Would you recommend this product? Yes
Overall Rating
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4 out of 5
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Cooker switch
22 Nov 2015
By
, Newport Gwent
" Purchased for customer very pleased with quality and looks great on new tiled walls "
Review 2 for LAP 2-Gang 45A DP Cooker Switch & 13A Switched Plug Socket w/LED Pol. Chrome
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Would you recommend this product? No
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Difficult to fit
22 Mar 2016
By
, Exeter
" The switch only justs fits inside a metal box, there is no tolerance. If the box is only slightly distorted then there is no chance of getting the switch to fit. The only way is to let in the box by 5 mm and do not plaster up to the edge of the box or if you have then scrape the plaster back. Obviously you cannot do this if metal box is already installed flush to the edge. And the screws are rubbish, they stripped very easily. The brass terminals are quite narrow so that there is not much thread for the screws. In fact if the terminal is full of wire then it is impossible to get the screw in as the dome on the end of the screw is deeper than the depth of screw thread on the terminal. If you have hours to spare and are very patient then I guess they might be OK. Strictly for the DIYer. (who should not be doing it as it is in a kitchen and therefore covered by Part P) "
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