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BS EN 60335-1:1994 Safety of household and similar electrical appliances. General requirements (incorporating CENELEC amendments A11, A12, A13, A14, A15 and A16, and corrigenda January 1995, February 2002, April 2002 and July 2009) (Withdrawn)

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1994

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Document History

Superseded by BS EN 60335-1:2002+A15:2011. Partially supersedes BS 3456-1:1969, BS 3456-101:1987 and BS 3456-201:1990. Amendment 8913 dated October 1995 - Indicated by a double sideline. Amendment 9475 dated May 1997 - Indicated by a double sideline. Amendment 10168 dated January 1999 - Indicated by a sideline; see national foreword. Amendment 10353 dated January 2000 - Indicated by a sideline; see national foreword. Amendment 13050 dated August 2001 - Indicated by a double sideline. Amendment 13654 is Corrigendum No.1. dated 8 February 2002 - Correction to header of Table 2 and general typographical errors. Amendment 13840 is Corrigendum No.2. dated 19 April 2002 - Deletion of text from 30.2.3. Amendment dated 31 December 2009 - Implementation of CENELEC corrigendum July 2009; Alignments of BSI and CEN publication dates.

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