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Old 11-27-07, 01:27 PM
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Additional Lighting

I currently have power on a dedicated breaker going to my outdoor bar. How can I tap into that power and install a light in my daughters playhouse (junction box?)?
 
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More info......

Is the playhouse also outdoors, Is it a "Structure" or prefab,
wood or plastic, How far from the Bar..

Anything is do-able, But considering you mentioned "DAUGHTER" ----I have to think twice before answering anything where the safety of a child is involved.
" what good is a light if she sits down on a chair and gets shocked, or stands up and tears the wiring.?"
 
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If a child can tear wirring with her head I'd like to meet her she has a damng good future in wrestling.
 
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Old 11-28-07, 06:30 PM
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Originally Posted by burkej62 View Post
If a child can tear wirring with her head I'd like to meet her she has a damng good future in wrestling.
I doubt it too, But hey "Schmitt Happens"

I was more considering my neighbor , who ran electric out to his shed and burned down the yard when the wind blew it over...There is NO MARGIN of error when a child is concerned.
 
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tmarshall, even if such a thing is possible, we can't tell you much without a lot more details.

But in similar circumstances, we've recommended a battery-operated light, like one of those stick-on fixtures you see advertised on late-night TV. It will be much simpler, much cheaper, and much, much, much, much safer.
 
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