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This price slightly beats the price of the FP deal we had for it in June. -brisar

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Staples [staples.com] has the Staples 2-Outlet 1500 Joule Home Entertainment Surge Protector with Coax for $5.25. Shipping is free. Excellent reviews.
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Put the tape to block the light
FYI. It has a bright blue light at the top and no on/off switch.
you mean cable cutters who watch OTA TV, like myself.

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This was a front page deal a few months ago at $5.84, now slightly less.
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FYI. It has a bright blue light at the top and no on/off switch.
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FYI. It has a bright blue light at the top and no/off switch.
Are you saying there is an on/off switch or no on/off switch? Thanks.
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Are you saying there is an on/off switch or no on/off switch? Thanks.
No on/off switch. Thanks corrected.
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FYI. It has a bright blue light at the top and no no/off switch.
Thank you for this detail! I was thinking of using this for a ceiling mounted projector outlet but that would be a no-go if it has a light.
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Thank you for this detail! I was thinking of using this for a ceiling mounted projector outlet but that would be a no-go if it has a light.
Put the tape to block the light
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if the outlet doesn't have a ground, blue light won't be on but there will be no surge protection either.
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In what scenarios do one needs to use plug in a coax cable to this?
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the sad losers that still subscribe to cable?
you mean cable cutters who watch OTA TV, like myself.
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you mean cable cutters who watch OTA TV, like myself.
no OTA tuner?
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FYI. It has a bright blue light at the top and no no/off switch.
you've spelled the 'on' as 'no'... it might confuse some people
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In what scenarios do one needs to use plug in a coax cable to this?
Not everyone has a fiber optic feed for their internet. For those that have a coax feed into and throughout their home or place of business this could come in handy providing the signal strength is strong enough to overcome any impedance created by the device.
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