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Posted By cfelty79

To my fellow electricians and all the good people...

To my fellow electricians and all the good people asking us questions on this site have a great holiday weekend be safe and God bless. I'm going to be leaving soon so I won't be able to help until...
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Posted By cfelty79

The eyeball trim works in either can and like...

The eyeball trim works in either can and like pjmax said that's what I would do but with the eyeball trim it's going to stick out a little bit and the other way using sloped can and led bulb and trim...
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Posted By cfelty79

Ok I understand what your saying. I missed that...

Ok I understand what your saying. I missed that big time. I didn't pay enough attention to the unfinished picture and text explaining the picture. Pjmax is right about everything I'm sorry about that...
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Posted By cfelty79

Ray is right about looking foreign but since you...

Ray is right about looking foreign but since you said new york that's NEC and just the wires on the surface is a problem by itself because it has to have mechanical protection like wire mold or...
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Posted By cfelty79

Please note that when you use a traditional...

Please note that when you use a traditional recessed light set up when you put the trim in there is a special flood style bulb that is made just for that application so don't use a common like 60...
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Posted By cfelty79

Pjmax is right in everything he told you now what...

Pjmax is right in everything he told you now what I think is you have a traditional recessed can behind the led trim. That is just a trim light combo and you can change it just like any other bulb in...
07-01-17, 12:05 PM
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Posted By cfelty79

I agree with toyln it's a dangerous situation and...

I agree with toyln it's a dangerous situation and the problem you're having is what toyln said and the correct way to repair it is by doing exactly what toyln said. Last thing is I also agree that...
07-01-17, 11:53 AM
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Posted By cfelty79

Most panels are set up like like the one guy said...

Most panels are set up like like the one guy said every other breaker is like leg a next one below it is leg b and then a again. If the house is older you won't have afci breakers and possibly no gfi...
07-01-17, 11:44 AM
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Posted By cfelty79

Putting gfi outlets in the kitchen and bathroom...

Putting gfi outlets in the kitchen and bathroom is a good idea and running dedicated circuits to like your microwave or coffee pot toaster thing like that need to be split up a little because...
07-01-17, 11:33 AM
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Posted By cfelty79

I recommend only grounding places where it's...

I recommend only grounding places where it's needed. Like if you know where your computer is going to be then yes that circuit should be grounded but most house hold items like vacuum cleaner...
07-01-17, 11:08 AM
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Posted By cfelty79

Max is right that's not necessary and if you were...

Max is right that's not necessary and if you were just adding a simple circuit and only 1, then the inspection part of it wouldn't be a big deal but with your situation you DO need a permit and...
07-01-17, 10:44 AM
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Posted By cfelty79

No problem buddy have a good holiday weekend

No problem buddy have a good holiday weekend
07-01-17, 10:37 AM
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Posted By cfelty79

Ray is right and most likely you will need to run...

Ray is right and most likely you will need to run additional wires to the fan location to make it work like you want to.
07-01-17, 10:33 AM
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Posted By cfelty79

I agree with the other guys and from the way it...

I agree with the other guys and from the way it sounds you should try and do something either yourself or call someone soon because that could potentially be dangerous if it's left as is for too long
07-01-17, 10:18 AM
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Posted By cfelty79

Let's say your new outlet has been added and and...

Let's say your new outlet has been added and and now you just need to tie it in to a power source and it's the source in your picture.The white goes on the side with the other whites and the black...
06-29-17, 05:36 PM
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Posted By cfelty79

Thank you. I forgot about that. I haven't seen...

Thank you. I forgot about that. I haven't seen them in a while but I have seen them and I think they have a black or body the few times I have seen them. Sir he is right so just make sure you check...
06-29-17, 05:07 PM
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Posted By cfelty79

Also like the one guy said it doesn't matter if...

Also like the one guy said it doesn't matter if you add 1 switch or 4 because you're basically just extending the travelers a little longer with each new switch you add
06-29-17, 05:04 PM
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Posted By cfelty79

In a 4way system you have a feed at one end and...

In a 4way system you have a feed at one end and switch leg at the other, this is key- at the 4way switch you only have what's called travelers and those you can't mess up as long as one cables 2...
06-29-17, 12:23 PM
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Posted By cfelty79

I'm sorry I missed the new light part of it. What...

I'm sorry I missed the new light part of it. What I said before will make things work like it used to and what your asking over all can be done but you need to find a neutral in that box. A hot isn't...
06-29-17, 11:28 AM
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Posted By cfelty79

What is the sub panel for, are you remodeling or...

What is the sub panel for, are you remodeling or something? Depending on what all this is for you might not need as much as you think when it comes to amps. You have many options and they can mean...
06-29-17, 10:58 AM
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Posted By cfelty79

I didn't know sorry about that. I don't recommend...

I didn't know sorry about that. I don't recommend it normally but he has both screws being used already and with the load only being one outlet with a pencil sharpener that the only reason I made the...
06-29-17, 10:40 AM
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Posted By cfelty79

When I say new romex I mean the new wire you...

When I say new romex I mean the new wire you haven't ran yet btw
06-29-17, 10:32 AM
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Posted By cfelty79

To tap into that take the neutral from New romex...

To tap into that take the neutral from New romex and hook it to the neutral side of the outlet by stabbing in in the little holes in back and take the black wire from New romex and put it under the...
06-29-17, 10:21 AM
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Posted By cfelty79

Also why are you wanting to add a new switch into...

Also why are you wanting to add a new switch into the system please be more specific.
06-29-17, 10:18 AM
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Posted By cfelty79

In the kitchen hook the red wire to the old wire...

In the kitchen hook the red wire to the old wire right next to it using a wire nut then put the black and white wire to the screws at the bottom of the old 3way switch and leave the single wire...
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