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I've a Type C electric socket that not holds solidly in a wall slot.

It uses metallic lateral ears and a pair of screws which controls their angle to hold itself into a wall socket.

Wall socket is concrete.

Is there any way to fix it solidly into this wall socket?

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    A photo or two would be a tremendous help toward getting folks up to speed on your problem. – Michael Karas Mar 28 '15 at 11:20
  • Use spacers. – Mazura Jul 27 '15 at 2:22
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You can use a 90 degree, type C plug

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And then fasten to the wall, with a couple of cable clamps

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A clamp close to the outlet and it will be difficult to remove, and clamps down or along the wall will keep it safe.

Hope this helps

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