On Fri, 15 Dec 2006 09:49:35 GMT someone who may be Alex Coleman
Only the bit between the ceiling rose and lamp holder. As has been
said, the cable can carry far more then the masses stated in the
Wiring Regulations or by the manufacturer.
In the fittings themselves one could only ignore the strain relief
fittings if they were frictionless ideal pulleys in the Newtonian
model. However, they are not frictionless ideal pulleys.
David Hansen, Edinburgh
I will *always* explain revoked encryption keys, unless RIP prevents me
Yes. And with suitable design precautions taken when designing pylons
and their wires. With only professionls allowed to mess with them.
OTOH I am talking about Joe Soap and domestic use.
Good old Joe may see a very heavy lampshade (intended for a standard
lamp) and think it must also be ok on his home-installed lampholder. It
could be too heavy. And in this case we are talking about potentially
dangerous mains electricity.
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