- 28 Jan 2011
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Exactly - that's one of the possible interpretations of the ambiguous statement, but I have a feeling that holmslaw probably means the other one. It's hard to tell since, in response to my request for clarification, he merely repeated his previous, ambiguous, sentence!It is a common misconception thatIt is a common misconception that class 2 fittings do not contain exposed metallic parts, and if they do, they must not be earthed.
 class 2 fittings do not contain exposed metallic parts.
 if they do, they must not be earthed
Which can mean that "they must not be earthed" is also a mis-conception