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01-25-14, 01:39 PM
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Thanks, but the guy's talking about stray dogs...

Thanks, but the guy's talking about stray dogs and agricultural buildings. I just want to know whether there is a risk of grounding a bed to electrical ground, in the specific conditions I described....
01-25-14, 12:15 PM
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Views: 799
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Grounding question: Is this dangerous?

I'm interested in the idea of making a "grounding sheet" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8wPqh4DNfwg) (no judgements!). Which is a means of connecting a grounding wire from a bedsheet to the ground...
10-30-12, 10:09 PM
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Views: 830
Posted By BuckyGunts

Where to install heater thermostats?

I need to install thermostat controls for the 240v baseboard heaters in the stairwell of our 3-story building (The heater is already installed, but people keep playing with their built-in thermostat...
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As mentioned, the contractor was planning to use...

As mentioned, the contractor was planning to use foam (for doors and windows), along with the dry-mix mortar. The problem is that he put wood shims under the apron (skirt) to level the tub, and the...
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Possible to fix poor acrylic tub install after the fact??

My problem is that my contractor did not read or care about what the manual for my tub said, and only did the bare minimum to install my acrylic tub. This meant just shoving two small wedge-shaped...
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Views: 8,484
Posted By BuckyGunts

Elsewhere in the instructions, they advise the...

Elsewhere in the instructions, they advise the use of mortar, but its not listed as obligatory. I regret now that I did not pour through the instructions closely enough, while the contractors were...
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Views: 8,484
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I'm not sure why that would be entertaining, or...

I'm not sure why that would be entertaining, or imply the tub is unusually crack resistant. (Though it is a bit better quality than some cheaper models I saw at Home Depot, where I found I could bend...
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So without the frame (what you call "listings"),...

So without the frame (what you call "listings"), I guess I should stop standing on the edge of the tub?!

I have a 14" access hole on the side of the tub, so it *might* be possible to force mortar...
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Gunguy: As I learned, "alcove" is just a fancy...

Gunguy: As I learned, "alcove" is just a fancy name for describing what is your standard 60" rectangular bathtub. It looks like this here...
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Contractor did not install frame for acrylic tub. Now what?

I recently had an alcove-type (3 sides open) acrylic tub installed by a professional contractor. His workers may not have read the manual, where it states you must build a lumber frame to go around...
05-08-12, 08:26 PM
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Thanks for the reply, Zorfdt. Just to clarify...

Thanks for the reply, Zorfdt. Just to clarify something, I don't intend to install the motion sensor in a wall switch outlet, per se. I need it to control what is basically a (hanging) lamp with a...
05-08-12, 08:55 AM
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Will this PIR motion sensor switch work with a light fixture?

I would like to get this PIR motion sensor switch...
04-20-12, 08:10 AM
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Views: 31,154
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Hi. No, the diagram does not show a white wire...

Hi. No, the diagram does not show a white wire connected to the switch; only black and red. There is a bundle of 3 white (neutral) wires shown, one of which goes to the receptacle outlet. Sorry if it...
04-19-12, 08:33 PM
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Views: 31,154
Posted By BuckyGunts

How do I bypass switch on an electrical outlet?

Hi. I have an electrical outlet that was wired in circuit with a light switch, so anything plugged in to that outlet goes off when you shut the ceiling light. I would like to bypass the switch...
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