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Stainless steel twin earth 2-gang switched socket with black insert, integral moisture protection gasket and in-line terminals. Double pole. BS EN 4177.

Stainless steel twin earth 2-gang switched socket with black insert, integral moisture protection gasket and in-line terminals. Double pole. BS EN 4177.
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Customer Reviews for LAP 2-Gang 45A DP Cooker Switch & 13A Switched Plug Socket Stainless Steel
Review 1 for LAP 2-Gang 45A DP Cooker Switch & 13A Switched Plug Socket Stainless Steel
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Would you recommend this product? No
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That didn't last long..
3 Jul 2014
By humptydumpty
, Southampton
"Like the other review i would prefer if it didn't have the neons but had to make do as it matched the rest of the sockets.
Unfortunately i am now returning it as it has developed a fault on the socket side.
Don't over tighten the fixing screws too as it will slightly buckle the face giving a slight dented look around the screw head.
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Review 2 for LAP 2-Gang 45A DP Cooker Switch & 13A Switched Plug Socket Stainless Steel
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Good value 30a screws only OK
9 May 2012
By russ50
, Merseyside
"The cooker socket I removed had twin screw terminals for the 6mm cables in & out whilst this only had a single screw per terminal.
Tightened up OK & socket fine.
Would have prefered a cooker socket without the neons as switches are always 'on' but you cannot disconnect them at the rear (built in).
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