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    Moving from old socket to faceplate

    This is a discussion on Moving from old socket to faceplate within the Cabling and faceplate help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; No, you'll be alright, just don't use your teeth!...

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      Re: Moving from old socket to faceplate

      No, you'll be alright, just don't use your teeth!


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      Re: Moving from old socket to faceplate

      Or get someone else to use their teeth and give the number a call at the same time Seriously, voltage is 50V DC which will tingle if held with wet fingers, the ring voltage is 100V AC so you feel that one a little more
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