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Default leccy on de fiddle....Teehee!!

On Sat, 30 Sep 2006 03:16:46 +0100, p.mc wrote:

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He must have wired it up wrong, or put the leads in the wrong terminal on
the meter.

I've just tried an old one, but instead of the wheel rotating back, it just
turns back a bit then stops, as if this meter has some kind of anti rewind
thingy.
Is this possible?


So here you are, telling everyone you've actually committed an offence, and
with all the necessary info to trace you as well.

The various companies have fraud teams dedicated to tracking down people
who dishonestly abstract electricity. I reckon there'll be an application
for disclosure before too long.

Enjoy your weekend.

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