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  1. nickblake
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    Had a close one today just wondering if any one has had the same experiance with this make of lamp its an everready candle lamp , what happed was i was just installed an outside light and , went to push the lamp into the holder and it exploded covering me with very small fine pieces of glass ,hadnt even wired it into the supply , luckly i wear specks so missed my eyes but it was all in my hair and face in all the years ive been working in the trade ive not had one go like that before had a few break but this one exploded with a bang
     
  2. telectrix
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    must have been filled with sheep fart
     
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  3. Andyfm
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    I`ve heard of quite a few exploding gls type lamps which were bought from tescos
     
  4. nickblake
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    it was mine after it happend ill tell you
     
  5. Rockingit
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    7/8kw Xenons. Now there's a big bang for you! Full welding style safety mask, heavy gauntlet gloves, some places even insisted on a chest plate too. You try to then actually change the bulb wearing that lot!!!
     
  6. wirepuller
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    Did have a spate of linear T/H's a while back which exploded when first switched on....bit embarassing if the client was watching!
     
  7. supasparxs
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    I hope you are going to update your risk assessment?
    You'll need to wear full PPE when changing a lamp


    :)
     
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    i had a couple of MR16's explode on me. just happened that the pub landlord had removed the faulty ones and taken the transformers out with them. MR16's don't like 240V up'em.
     
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  9. wirepuller
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    I saw a sparky connect a bell transformer the wrong way round once...230 on the 8v side........oh dear,BIG bang!
     
  10. Knobhead
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    Only 6.6KV whats wrong with that?
     
  11. Geordie Spark
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    :eek:mg_smile: Can ye translate that into Geordie please hinny??? :winkiss:
     
  12. ruston
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    Yee gotta ga reel canny an loook oot man.
     
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  13. ruston
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    Cos if yee divent yee mite git an involuntary evacuation of the bowel.
     
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  15. Geordie Spark
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    That's canny that lyke bonny lad !!!! :icon4:
     
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