Anet A8, Omni m505, Power supply cover

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Anet A8, Omni m505, Power supply cover by Jhedstrom Apr 11, 2016
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Cover for Anet A8 Powersupply 110mm wide and 50mm thick
Hole for standard 220V powerswitch 22 x 30 mm
Hole for standard powerplug with fuse 27 x 30 mm
This is the improved sturdier version.

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Do you have the link for the power plug and switch please?

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I think everyone should have a fuse on incomming mains and a switch that cut both phase and neutral, you have othervise 50% chanse of cutting the mains to the printer, depending on witch way you turn the plug...