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  1. jakethepeg
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    Hi,

    Just had a new cooker installed to existing cooker switch. Electrician used the existing cable as this was only 3 years old and in perfect condition.
    Have noticed the orange neon on the switch takes a second to go out after switching off. Not sure if it was doing this before, but think it should go out immediatelyy.

    Any thoughts.

    Cheers
     
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    a bit of capacitance retaining a voltage in the cable. nothing to worry about.
     
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    Can't beat good old MI cable for holding a charge tho :cheesy:
     
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