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07-09-20, 08:37 PM
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Outdoor gas-powered lamppost

I'm in an older house with a gas-powered lamppost that I'm looking to disconnect and convert to a solar unit. I think I found the inner line and shut-off to it in the basement, but I'm not certain. ...
03-01-16, 11:10 PM
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Posted By geeemqu

If it's as simple as connecting copper to green...

If it's as simple as connecting copper to green on switch which I understood is standard procedure, any guess why previous electrician/person have configured this way beyond ignorance?
03-01-16, 10:59 PM
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Posted By geeemqu

Thanks. I hadn't seen blacks attached this way...

Thanks. I hadn't seen blacks attached this way to the back of a switch before. They weren't screwed on or anything else, looked like more of an internal permanent set up. If I have to cut, I'll...
03-01-16, 02:08 PM
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Posted By geeemqu

Bathroom fan timer install

I pulled out the old fan switch to find what you see in the picture, and am not sure how to rig this wiring to new fan timer unit. As a novice, I'm not familiar with the what looks to be...
01-12-16, 03:46 PM
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Views: 3,162
Posted By geeemqu

Thank you, knowledge appreciated.

Thank you, knowledge appreciated.
01-12-16, 02:11 PM
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Posted By geeemqu

Apologies for confusion, the outlet is a standard...

Apologies for confusion, the outlet is a standard 15 amp outlet, however the fuse and wiring are 20 amp (why original electrician chose this configuration, I'm not sure). So I need the converter to...
01-11-16, 11:23 PM
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Posted By geeemqu

Sauna hookup

I have a 20 amp outlet wired with suited 12 gauge wire which can be dedicated to an in-home sauna requiring these specs. In order to use this outlet as it is, though, I would need to run the...
04-24-15, 09:57 PM
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Posted By geeemqu

Patching plaster wall

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I have something of an awkward spot to patch. I have a good stud on the left to screw sheetrock cut into, however on the right, it's a corner (plaster wall), where there is no stud directly...
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Posted By geeemqu

Multiple radiators leaked on recently (12month) refinished hardwoods

Painful mistake made by a distracted lady in the house, :). Steam heat radiator water leaked at multiple radiators causing cupping in a few 6x6ft areas, plus an expansion in some form that pushed...
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