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11-22-20, 03:49 PM
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Posted By Tolyn Ironhand

The only way to connect the wires to the main...

The only way to connect the wires to the main panel is with feed-through lugs as Pattenp mentioned, or from a breaker. You may not put two wires under a single lug.

If the sub-panel is in the same...
11-22-20, 02:51 PM
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Views: 213
Posted By pattenp

Not unless the panel has feed through lugs.

Not unless the panel has feed through lugs.
11-20-20, 11:21 PM
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Views: 121
Posted By Astuff

Generally a new panel should have new breakers. ...

Generally a new panel should have new breakers. Some panels specifically mention that. They are not that much and provide peace of mind.
11-11-20, 02:24 PM
Replies: 17
Views: 361
Posted By pattenp

Using the 70A breaker in the main panel to feed...

Using the 70A breaker in the main panel to feed the 100A main breaker subpanel is okay.
11-11-20, 01:08 PM
Replies: 17
Views: 361
Posted By pattenp

The 70A breaker protects the feeder and the 100A...

The 70A breaker protects the feeder and the 100A breaker becomes a disconnect. In the picture if the main panel has the first disconnect then the neutral is to be bonded.
11-10-20, 07:45 PM
Replies: 17
Views: 361
Posted By pattenp

Color is not marked. The conductors must have the...

Color is not marked. The conductors must have the type and size printed on it.
11-10-20, 02:45 PM
Replies: 17
Views: 361
Posted By joed

NO you can ot strip the insulation off a cable...

NO you can ot strip the insulation off a cable and use in the inside conductors. The conductors must be marked..
11-10-20, 08:22 AM
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Views: 361
Posted By CasualJoe

I would just use a short straight piece of...

I would just use a short straight piece of conduit between the main panel and the new subpanel. Then run 4 THHN conductors to feed the new subpanel. I would also take the time to clean up that mess...
11-09-20, 05:42 PM
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Views: 361
Posted By joed

It is permissible to mount panels sideways in...

It is permissible to mount panels sideways in Canada.
11-09-20, 04:32 PM
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Views: 361
Posted By PJmax

If you are going to use a conduit..... you...

If you are going to use a conduit..... you wouldn't even use a cable or a cable dismantled.
You would use four individual THHN wires.

I agree a picture would be helpful........
11-09-20, 12:15 PM
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Views: 361
Posted By CasualJoe

Some pictures might be helpful. In the US we...

Some pictures might be helpful. In the US we cannot mount panels horizontally, but I think it is permissible in Canada.
10-29-20, 08:58 AM
Replies: 6
Views: 265
Posted By tomf63

Put the water heater on a catch pan, set both on...

Put the water heater on a catch pan, set both on a raised pad, plumb the drain from the catch pan to the floor drain with CPVC.
04-26-20, 10:40 AM
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Posted By Shadeladie

I'm not familiar with hot tub pillows, but if...

I'm not familiar with hot tub pillows, but if it's denigrating, it's the fabric used (reminds me of bonded leather) that's falling apart and can not be fixed. IMO, it needs to be replaced. Not sure...
12-09-19, 11:00 AM
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Views: 378
Posted By XSleeper

Google Zbrick. You can order cartons from Home...

Google Zbrick. You can order cartons from Home Depot.
12-09-19, 09:52 AM
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Views: 378
Posted By marksr

Sounds like a brick paver or maybe quarry tile. I...

Sounds like a brick paver or maybe quarry tile. I have the latter under my stove, mine are about 6" square and 1/2" thick.
12-09-19, 09:52 AM
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Views: 378
Posted By Marq1

They make lots of thin brick faux stone, finding...

They make lots of thin brick faux stone, finding one that matches and is the correct size will be the challenge!

Is it intact and can be re-mortared in place?
11-08-19, 11:08 AM
Replies: 6
Views: 383
Posted By Pilot Dane

It looks like that section has a home made bend...

It looks like that section has a home made bend in it. You aren't going to find that anywhere. There are corrugated, flexible pipes though I hate them. They work but the corrugations are great a...
11-08-19, 10:59 AM
Replies: 6
Views: 383
Posted By Zorfdt

I see two options: 1) Cut the drain pipe on...

I see two options:

1) Cut the drain pipe on the wall-side of the elbow, then try to unscrew it from the wall. It's hard to tell, but it looks like there's pipe dope sealing the threads of it. ...
07-17-19, 12:15 PM
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Posted By Pilot Dane

If you replace the cable I would use galvanized...

If you replace the cable I would use galvanized steel cable. Most versions of it have higher fatigue resistance than stainless steel cables and should withstand the repeated flexing better.
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