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  • Fox Mulder's Avatar
    1 Hour Ago
    Nothing like that. In areas like Motijheel, Fakirerpool, Arambagh, etc. this is a common nuisance during Eid Holidays. The day prior to Eid or on the Eid day, voltage spikes are witnessed, and electricians are in high demand. I don't know what causes this, but it's a common phenomenon in the years I have lived in Dhaka.
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  • Ahnaf_i7X's Avatar
    6 Hours Ago
    I think we need a FBI Special Agent to find out what's going on. I wonder who it could be:rolleyes:
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  • rummoi's Avatar
    7 Hours Ago
    rummoi replied to a thread Buy from USA in Shop - Gadgets
    is it possible to bring mobile/ebook reader?
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  • furiousTaher's Avatar
    13 Hours Ago
    wait really.... is there something going on... like shoe factories using more electricity for the cow-skins?
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  • Manzoor's Avatar
    13 Hours Ago
    They usually look like this. Mostly same for average cases. But your mileage may vary. Remove your front panel see how it looks like. Oh, just ask for case switches at the small shops carrying cables, converters etc.
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  • Fox Mulder's Avatar
    15 Hours Ago
    This is actually a very common occurrence during Eid Ul Adha. I remember TVs and Fridges refusing to turn on due to the stabilizers picking up high voltage from the wall sockets and electricians having a really high demand during this period.
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