Counterfeit electrical products are a growing problem that can have serious consequences. The U.S. Customs and Border Protection and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement reports fiscal year 2008 seizures totaled more than $272.7 million in counterfeit and pirated goods, a 38 percent increase in domestic value over fiscal year 2007.
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After removing the screws which hold the outlet in place, gently pull it out of the box. Use your wire strippers to cut back each wire to expose 1/4″ to 1/2″ of copper wire. Using your flathead screwdriver tightly screw the wires into the new outlet. Screw the outlet back into the box with the
Never put metal objects in outlets or appliances. Don’t plug too much stuff into one outlet. Never mix water and electricity. Stay away from power lines. Stay away from transformers and substations. Read More!