Nah that will just blow the fuse - how boring!
You need to make the following*...
(Don't do this, it is a very very bad and unsafe thing to do, it is posted
merely for amusement purposes)
Take an 8 way extension lead
plug it into a socket in the kitchen (but don't turn it on - safety first!)
now make a cable with a 13A plug on each end
plug one end into the 8 way extension
plug the other end into a socket in your living room (but don't turn it on -
Now make another cable like the last one, plug one end into the 8 way
extension and the other end into a socket upstairs (but don't turn it on -
Now make another, plug one end into the 8 way extension, and the other into
another socket in the Kitchen (but don't turn it on - safety first!)
Now connect 4 separate cables to the shower, and terminate them all in a 13A
plug them all into the 8 way extension lead
turn on all the sockets (kitchen, upstairs and living room, them you can use
*If you have three phase in the house, you will probably kill yourself or
burn the house down faster than if you do not.
If you do this, then you are a mad fool who must be suicidal, and I take no
responsibility for you!!
Is anyone honestly going to say to themself, "Ooooh! New shower for
less than £50! I'm getting someone certified to fit it"?
Me? I'm waiting for the consumer unit special ;-) Or a tidy saving off
a 10kV 3 phase "dropper box" transformer (for my next camping trip) :-p
...but it has got plush fit plumbing so it must be good :-)
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