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McKay    3,695

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Amperage? Is that an American word? 18 months of Electrical training and I havent encountered it once, called it ampage or just generally "current"

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Detection    2,256

Amperage? Is that an American word? 18 months of Electrical training and I havent encountered it once, called it ampage or just generally "current"

hehe just reminded me, my gf calls "Fuses" - "Amps" :p

I`m forever on her case about it, but she insists that everyone, including the hardware shops know what she means / call them the same...

I'm just like... no, they know what you mean, but they don't call them that too :)

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jwjw1    93

Amperage? Is that an American word? 18 months of Electrical training and I havent encountered it once, called it ampage or just generally "current"

not sure if its just an american slang..but its nothing really unknown. could be how one once to referance it...amp,ampere,ampacity. I've maintained my Union Journeyman Electrical License for over 20 years and still hear term amperage when doing walk-thurs in Nuclear Plants and Power Plants.

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http://www.cerrowire.com/ampacity-charts

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Cute James    337

I left not long after

I hope you still continue to see your daughter though, yeah?

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Jeston    393

I hope you still continue to see your daughter though, yeah?

Not sure how you deduced it was his daughter...

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LUTZIFER    473

Everyone seems to think it's the toasters fault. Has nothing to do with the toaster, it's the bread.

Some bread is thicker than others, sometimes the bread has a bend in it, etc. etc.

Well sometimes the piece of bread is also too small and people don't realize till it's done and it's no where near the top or it slipped down the grate at the bottom, or it just simply got stuck. Either way, it was the bread or human error that did it, not the toaster.

And about getting shocked, personally I highly doubt you'll get a shock from it whether it's on or off.

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Simon-    490

If you look at the video its actually plugged in and presumably on.

Funny that it is a local ad for Metro Trains Melbourne and I only found it from Neowin LOL I don't watch a lot of TV

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pes2013    85

Amperage? Is that an American word? 18 months of Electrical training and I havent encountered it once, called it ampage or just generally "current"

Then 18 months of electrical training has been a waste of your time.

http://oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/amperage?q=amperage+

And please, don't go to anyone's house to fix "electrical issues"

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Richard C.    286

I've never had to do this, my toaster pushes the toast out with so much force it literally jumps out the top on when it's done.

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Detection    2,256

I hope you still continue to see your daughter though, yeah?

lol not my daughter, thank ****, she was pure concentrated evil

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Draconian Guppy    12,625

At least a few people here have common sense.

what so common about common sense :p?

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AJerman    762

I, uhh..... I've just got a toaster oven, guys. :shiftyninja:

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