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Old 06 March 2010, 01:52   #54
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USA kettle lead
I've absolutely no idea what this means
A "kettle lead" is the UK terminology for an IEC C13 mains cable. First used in Kettles in the UK over four decades ago. A USA one has the USA type plug on one end.

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if you want to plug a US thingy in a 240V thingy, you could slaughter a fluorescent lamp. At least that's what I did for one of my computers.
Please explain how that works? Do all fluorescent lamps usually have 240v to 110v AC->AC step-down transformer in them?
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