Funz wrote:Good to have kids who are observant and know what the inside of the plug should look like.
I think I would not have thought twice why the plug could be hot. Actually I would have thought that it is normal for it to be a bit warm to the touch. Even I were to open up the thing I won't know if it was properly assembled.
Elder boy went to the hardware shop to buy a new plug and the extension head to connect the wire and I now have a brand new one extension
I too think it is good to pick up such skills.
He fixed the Europace steamer that short circuited some time ago when he extended the wire for me.
Only downside, I can't buy new electrical appliances so readily now