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  1. Wildge

    Wildge Funster

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    :Sad: Help please.......Know I have read on here not long ago about a gadget (supplied from some nice people via ebay) checking ? ehu bollard/connectors or something similar.
    At the time was having problems logging in to aforementioned site and now can't find the post ???

    Any help would be appreciated..............I don't think it was a very expensive toy.:Wink:
     
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    it sounds like you are referring to a polarity tester to check if there is an earth or reverse polarity which is quite common in France.
    We carry a short reverse polarity adaptor for when we detect a problem.
     
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    Thanks for quick reply............no we have a polarity tester, this was to do with problems either in van or on bollard............ but being a great believer in each man to his own job I know very little about electrics :Eeek:
     
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    Probably a Volt Stick. I posted a cheap gadget. You just put it near a live wire and it beeps so you can tell if the loss of volts in inside or outside the MH.

    Something like this.....

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NON-CONTA..._Measurement_Equipment_ET&hash=item2c7181d131
     
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    Thanks Brian ...............Just found your post .............after much poring over threads :Rofl1:
    It was indeed a Volt stick.
     
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    Very useful item. I bought two of them for about £2 each from China. One for home and one for MH. Came very quickly too.
     
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