Does anyone know what the world record is for the number of plugs in
I just tried, so far I have 43. I started with one of those things
that makes one duplex outlet into 6 outlets. Added 3 three ways and 3
power strips with six each. Each power strip has 3 three ways in it.
Thats 43. I might start to stack power strips in the other 3 way but
I just ran out of power strips and 3 ways. Back to Home Depot !!!!
Isn't it difficult to deal with all the plugs today? I also have a lot,
maybe not 43, but still substantial number of low power "things" needing
power. Cell phone Computer, printer, scanner, TV, PDA, digital camera,
external hard drives (3), AM/FM radio, fax, phone answer machine... I
hate wall warts.... I still barley draw 600 watts from the one office area.
I'd like my shortwave radio there too, I guess I have to make a trip to
Home Depot as well...
<Fun___HappyHolidays___Happy.Newyear.too.com> wrote in message > Does anyone know what the world record is for the number of plugs in
I will as soon as I get more 3-ways. Right now I have 42 electric
heaters plugged in, plus all of the 80,000 christmas lights on my
lawn...... Of course I was sure to use a 20 amp circuit, none of those
wimpy 15 amp ones.
If it's a contest then I think outlet strips must be disqualified! Anyone
can plug in unlimited outlet strips and have the number of end product
usable outlets multiply exponentially. The rule must the contestant has to
stick with 3-ways, 6-ways and related items.
On Wed, 21 Dec 2005 04:27:28 -0600,
No record, but next to my bed, I have two VCRs, two clock-radios (one
with a good radio and one with a good clock, one CD player, one
receiver/amp, one boombox-tape copier, two lamps, one wireless
speaker, one distribution amp for audio and video, one powered AM
antenna behind the shelves, the power for my amplified TV antenna, the
power for the tv, which used to be plugged into a vcr when all I had
was a monitor, and the electric blanket.
At any one time, I don't use more than 250 watts, I think.
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me know if you have posted also.
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