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RE: Okay, serious stuff

Grumble, grumble.....

Anyways, if you are going to continue to this stuff.... do note they have
special types of power strips, where the plugs are correctly positioned, as
well as spaced for those power transformer plugs. It also comes with an
overload protection circuit *per* outlet... so something's plugged in will
continue to work while others are stopped due to a fault/trip.

Yes, they do cost more, but isn't it worth it? Nevermind....

On another note, cyberguys (a website) also sells plug extenders, so those
bulky plugs can use a regular outlet.


> I know all of this is
> probably making Donna cringe, but it has worked fine for years.
> Kitty

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