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Do you take steps to protect your Personal Computer and video game consoles? You don't want to lose all your "vidya" because of a lightning strike or power surge, do you?
Talk to your local service technician and ask about whole home surge protection by Eaton. You can have it purchased from Elliot Electrical Supplies.
Eaton’s Complete Home Surge Protection Type 2 Devices (CHSPT2 Series) protect your home electronics from the damaging effects of electrical surges. They provide premium surge protection for AC power and cable at the point of entrance to the home. Protection at this location can reduce surges entering the home to an acceptable level for your home electronics and appliances.
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>now even electrical companies shill on /v/
Mike is a retarded contractor. His plans are always "scrap it all and do it all again, use this expensive as fuck MDF instead of I beams." The most expensive possible way to do the projects short of making all your studs out of gold

Also, yeah, I have those surge protector power bar things. Figure they might help. Although the one outlet I didn't have it for was the one my router was plugged into and one power outage ago I needed a new one.

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