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Old 21st June 2008, 02:42 AM   #11
dnsey is offline dnsey  United Kingdom
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I consider this to be a dangerous practice but it obviously passes safety standards as these things are still on sale, proberly considered like a wall wart in this regard
If you consult the instruction manual, it will probably say something to the effect of:
'Disconnect from power supply when not in use; do not leave unattended'.
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