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09-15-18, 12:32 PM
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Posted By bartleby

Thanks geochurchi. Makes sense, but what doesnít...

Thanks geochurchi. Makes sense, but what doesnít make sense is Iím looking at the package right now and the main selling point is ďplug-in or direct wireĒ. What could they possibly mean then if the...
09-15-18, 11:37 AM
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Views: 556
Posted By bartleby

Thanks for the replies. The solution is probably...

Thanks for the replies. The solution is probably obvious, but the issue I have is how I take an external lamp wire to a behind drywall junction box. Is there a faceplate or something that would allow...
09-14-18, 07:35 PM
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Posted By bartleby

It is actually advertised as direct wire as it...

It is actually advertised as direct wire as it has one of those Christmas light plug connectors that stabs the wire when attached. Pulling that off leaves simple lamp wire.

Im fine plugging it in,...
09-14-18, 06:42 PM
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Views: 556
Posted By bartleby

Under cabinet lamp wire hardwiring

I have spent an hour trying to research this and canít get a definitive answer. I have undercabinet led puck lights that have a plug that can be removed to hardwire. The problem is I canít seem to...
03-08-15, 04:34 PM
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Views: 1,223
Posted By bartleby

Talking Thanks all for your help. I instinctively would...

Thanks all for your help. I instinctively would have been a lot more leery, but I spent a couple months researching and the sign industry is a very vocal group. If there is a good product they let...
03-07-15, 06:08 PM
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Posted By bartleby

The plug is an L5-30. The power supply says...

The plug is an L5-30.

The power supply says 110v-120v 30 amp 50-60 hz. It doesn't say anything about wattage and after looking in the manual there is no additional detail.

If it helps, this is...
03-07-15, 02:05 PM
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Posted By bartleby

Thanks for the quick reply all. I was afraid of...

Thanks for the quick reply all. I was afraid of this answer though... I've started looking at my setup to see how I'm going to get a #10 line in. Times like this I wish my basement wasn't finished.
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03-07-15, 01:10 PM
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Posted By bartleby

15 amp 120v to 30 amp 120v?

I just bought a new laminator that has a 30 amp 120 v power supply. It will be placed in my garage for the time being, which has a normal 15 amp 120v circuit running throughout. My dryer is also...
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Views: 6,230
Posted By bartleby

Yeah, as I went piece by piece in my mind it...

Yeah, as I went piece by piece in my mind it dawned on me that I am ultimately ripping everything down. The only thing I will be able to save is the storage, but I guess it's better than nothing. The...
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Posted By bartleby

Oops, had an inaccuracy. I meant that he will be...

Oops, had an inaccuracy. I meant that he will be using TJI joists for the rafters not LVLs.
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Posted By bartleby

Yeah, sounds like a teardown is probably in...

Yeah, sounds like a teardown is probably in order. This was actually my original plan when I bought the home, but I've had the neighbor come over numerous times trying to talk me into saving it. At...
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Posted By bartleby

Yeah, I am thinking I will probably raise it a...

Yeah, I am thinking I will probably raise it a bit where it meets the house.

If it were my house I would definitely tear it down and build it right. Unfortunately, this is an investment property,...
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Posted By bartleby

Here are a couple fresh pics. The first is just...

Here are a couple fresh pics. The first is just to give you a little perspective. Do you think the pitch will be okay, or should I still lower the front?

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Here is a close up of where the...
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Posted By bartleby

I really appreciate your help. The beam is...

I really appreciate your help.

The beam is actually 2x6's, so can I still use the 9 1/4" LVL's to sandwich it after jacking it up? Should I bolt it every foot or so?

The header on the opening...
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Posted By bartleby

Yeah, it's pretty scary. I'm just thankful he...

Yeah, it's pretty scary. I'm just thankful he didn't build the house.

To qualify, I'm no framer, but I have a fair amount of experience with framing if that makes sense. If I sound like I don't...
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Posted By bartleby

These aren't the best pics, but hopefully they...

These aren't the best pics, but hopefully they help. This first shows the cross support beam. You can even somewhat see the sag in this one. 13571

This one shows the support posts. As you can see...
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Posted By bartleby

Repair car port or tear it down?

I have a home that I am fixing up and I have a situation I have never dealt with that I am hoping to get some input on.

The home has a lean-to 2-carport attached to the home. It wasn't done...
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