Originally Posted by Rob Keeble
Dad used to get after me for setting a power tool on the bench with the cord hanging over. He always told me that if I was going to have the tool plugged in to set it on the floor because that's where it will probably end up anyway & better to set it there on purpose then have it get there by accident. Otherwise wind the cord up & set the tool at the back of the bench where it won't get bumped off. His thought was he made a living with these tools & the down time usually cost as much or more than the tool that had to be replaced.
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