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Old 09-02-2013, 04:21 PM   #16
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Emergency kill switch for workbench?


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No doubt, just stick a receptacle tester in there that has the GFI tester in it, when there's an issue just press the little black button and the circuit will trip....lmao
This WAS a joke by the way. Didn't want someone to take me seriously on this.

diyer111: yes, that looks fine and a hell of a lot cheaper than the $300 push button the OP was going to buy.


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