If they are anything like the Aldi ones, then there is a way of changing
the codes sent by the remote to stop this problem.
Having changed the remote, you have to 'teach' each socket to respond to
the new codes but that is easy to do.
"Colin Jackson" <cojack6ATbtinternetDOTcom> wrote in message
Chap in the same barrack room as myself, many years ago, turned the
fluorescent lights off with an air rifle.
Couldn't turn them back on, though.......
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