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Good info thanks..... I do like everything...

Good info thanks..... I do like everything grounded....these flourescent fixtures are becoming scarce now but I am saving about 20-30 bucks over the LEDs. I like the light from them also.
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Yes it appears that they wound the solid copper wire then taped over it I should have peeeled all that back. Can you tell me if that is fabric insulation? That wiring was done when the house was...
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Need advice Installing new under cabinet light to two wire setup

I am installing a new under cabinet light and instructions say that "If you only have two wires (black and white) then consult an electrician". I am replacing a light that had been on those two same...
04-29-18, 11:11 AM
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Need advice on repairing drywall

I need to repair drywall near one of my windows. I would like to know the best way to do this and what materials I will need.

Should I use self setting filler or the mix yourself kind?
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06-21-17, 01:50 PM
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Question on conversion of garage light switch box to electrical outlet

I have a shortage of electrical outlets in my cellar and garage. I would like to convert the light switch shown to an electrical outlet. Is there any reason I cannot just install an outlet (GFI)? The...
10-14-16, 05:54 PM
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Need help with Honeywell T87F thermostat

I have a T87F 1859 3 9324 (I assume it was built in the 24th week of 1993). The room temp indicator seems to be stuck on 72 since I know it went below that last night yet when I checked it around 3am...
09-23-11, 06:55 PM
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Posted By Clicker2

Actually I think I found the answer right here on...

Actually I think I found the answer right here on this site

Check the Sizing of the Hole

Check the size of the electrical box. There are many different sizes and styles of wall plates that can...
09-23-11, 06:51 PM
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I don't think so because I compared it to the...

I don't think so because I compared it to the larger plate. Are there only two sizes? That seemed to be all they had.
09-23-11, 06:36 PM
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Outlet Covers

I went to Loews and bought an outlet cover which apparently is about 1/4 inch larger top and bottom than the existing cover which broke in the middle. The existing cover could be as old as 1957. I...
06-07-11, 03:25 PM
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So I gather that you are saying the GFCI is...

So I gather that you are saying the GFCI is sensitive enough to detect a voltage change due to a short while the breaker is unable to detect the voltage change. Is there any way I could use GFCI and...
06-06-11, 03:36 PM
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Trying to convert 2 prong to 3 prong outlets (BX wiring)

My house was built around 1957 and I have the old 2 prong outlets. My wiring is BX.
I thought BX was supposed to ground itself back to the panel but when I use a circuit tester it indicates open...
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