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07-01-15, 04:32 PM
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Posted By snrusnak

Thanks! They said the methyl bromide MIGHT...

Thanks!

They said the methyl bromide MIGHT corrode metal, so best not to use on my 1 year old trailer that I've used 3 times (essentially perfect condition). The wood is all unfinished. I was...
06-30-15, 07:33 PM
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Posted By snrusnak

Thanks for the responses! I'm not sure why...

Thanks for the responses!

I'm not sure why it says I live in FL, I live in MS!

Yes we started noticing the "sawdust" after we brought it into the house. It is definitely active.

I got kind...
06-29-15, 05:36 PM
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Posted By snrusnak

Need help with powder post beetle problem in furniture

Hello everyone, I'm in need of some help from someone with either experience or knowledge on my issue.

My father in law is a woodworker and recently retired to Arkansas. He made us a couple of...
01-21-14, 08:35 PM
Replies: 18
Views: 2,311
Posted By snrusnak

I understand. I appreciate the concern. I...

I understand. I appreciate the concern.

I don't know if it's the same for commercial but for example I can pull a permit on my house(acting as the contractor) even though I'm not licensed. Only...
01-21-14, 06:27 PM
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Posted By snrusnak

Thanks. All points well noted. At this...

Thanks. All points well noted.

At this point I'm gathering info. We'll see where it leads. If the owner can't pull the permit and do the work then that answers the question and a contractor...
01-21-14, 11:07 AM
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Posted By snrusnak

Wow. I completely understand that I am not...

Wow. I completely understand that I am not currently knowledgeable enough on the subject to do this myself. I've been on many many forums and often get responses like this about how I need a...
01-20-14, 05:18 PM
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Views: 2,311
Posted By snrusnak

Ok so maybe when I talk to them again I can...

Ok so maybe when I talk to them again I can figure out what they are using and do a load calculation.

A load calculation is simply the total watts to be fed off the panel, correct?

So for my...
01-20-14, 08:33 AM
Replies: 18
Views: 2,311
Posted By snrusnak

Thanks for the feedback. I'll get in touch with...

Thanks for the feedback. I'll get in touch with the owner and the other tenant again in the upcoming weeks and find out what the service to the building/his panel is. I'm assuming single phase...
01-17-14, 10:37 AM
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Posted By snrusnak

The landlord is fine with it. I understand,...

The landlord is fine with it.

I understand, but I guess my question is is this an acceptable way of wiring this unit?
01-17-14, 09:40 AM
Replies: 18
Views: 2,311
Posted By snrusnak

Question about installing a sub panel off another sub panel

Hi, I just first off want to say I'm definitely not a pro electrician but have some knowledge and have done some wiring, etc.

I am renting a warehouse space that does not have it's own electric. ...
08-09-13, 08:36 PM
Replies: 12
Views: 1,692
Posted By snrusnak

Yep! Thanks :) Funny how things seem so...

Yep! Thanks :)

Funny how things seem so simple AFTER you understand them lol
08-08-13, 04:26 PM
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Posted By snrusnak

Thanks! Why do some fixtures have a ground...

Thanks!

Why do some fixtures have a ground and others don't? For example the ceiling fans have grounds...
08-07-13, 07:22 PM
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Posted By snrusnak

I finally just got around to fixing this light. ...

I finally just got around to fixing this light. Decided jut to replace with a $5 single regular light bulb fixture(since it's the garage and don't need a lot of light at that area). It's amazing...
07-16-13, 05:44 AM
Replies: 12
Views: 1,692
Posted By snrusnak

It does use 4' bulbs. Where would I buy the...

It does use 4' bulbs. Where would I buy the ballast? I assume the ballast is the box inside the light fixture?
07-15-13, 06:47 PM
Replies: 12
Views: 1,692
Posted By snrusnak

Thanks for the tips. I did mark the white wire...

Thanks for the tips. I did mark the white wire with black electrical tape.
I figured it was the fixture maybe I'll test it. And replace. Thanks for the help.
07-15-13, 05:34 PM
Replies: 12
Views: 1,692
Posted By snrusnak

Flourescent light sometimes won't work

Hey all, I am no electrician by any means but I have a little knowledge and I'm kind of stumped here. I have basic home wiring knowledge, wiring light fixtures, changing outlets, etc. I have run a...
03-16-13, 03:44 PM
Replies: 7
Views: 1,046
Posted By snrusnak

All done, everything works as it should, thanks...

All done, everything works as it should, thanks for the help. I ended up just wrapping a piece of black electrical tape around each end of the redesignated white wire(couldn't find a sharpie). Now...
03-16-13, 10:33 AM
Replies: 7
Views: 1,046
Posted By snrusnak

Ok will do, I will switch the black and...

Ok will do, I will switch the black and redesignated white. Going to go run the wire now...

Thanks again.
03-16-13, 06:38 AM
Replies: 7
Views: 1,046
Posted By snrusnak

Thanks for the responses! So it sounds like the...

Thanks for the responses! So it sounds like the wiring I drew up is correct. I did intend to put a piece of black electrical tape at each end of the white wire since I'm using it as a hot, but...
03-15-13, 06:41 PM
Replies: 7
Views: 1,046
Posted By snrusnak

Household wiring question

Hi, first of all thanks for looking at my issue.

I found the previous owner of my home did a number on some things. He screwed up the wiring in the garage(was using a bare ground as a switched...
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Views: 251,153
Posted By snrusnak

Hi, I realize this thread is very old, and the...

Hi, I realize this thread is very old, and the last reply was months ago, but I have something similar going on.

My boss recently gave me a poulan pro 295 20" saw, and the clutch cover/chain brake...
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