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03-27-07, 05:00 PM
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Posted By joshmack

Thanks alot Dave....that should do it for this...

Thanks alot Dave....that should do it for this little project then. Take care.
03-27-07, 03:13 PM
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Posted By joshmack

Insulating a 3/4" suction line?

Hey. I'm insulating a 3/4" refrigeration suction <i guess?...> line, but I seem to have gotten one size too big. The box said that it works for 3/4", but I'm guessing that meant 3/4 ID <plumbing...
02-27-07, 06:01 PM
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Posted By joshmack

Good call....have to remember that one.

Good call....have to remember that one.
02-24-07, 08:38 PM
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Posted By joshmack

Number 4 copper's only good to 95 amps @ 90...

Number 4 copper's only good to 95 amps @ 90 degree C temp. rating. W/out factoring in the voltage drop, you'll need number 3 copper. Number 2 aluminum will get you there as well.
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Posted By joshmack

Found the problem: bad brake light switch @ the...

Found the problem: bad brake light switch @ the pedal.....replaced it, and the lights work like a champ! Also, the shifter safety switch activates normally now....2 birds w/ one stone. The old...
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Posted By joshmack

Thanks Michael, I'll look into it.......and...

Thanks Michael, I'll look into it.......and thanks to everyone.
02-23-07, 06:57 PM
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Posted By joshmack

This will probably come down to negotiation, as...

This will probably come down to negotiation, as John mentioned. Either you or the other party, if they feel more comfortable with it, could get 2 or 3 estimates to use as a solid starting point.
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Posted By joshmack

Actually, there isn't a click when I depress the...

Actually, there isn't a click when I depress the brake pedal, but <was> previously a click when I tried to shift out of Park, and the shifter button wouldn't press in all the way, so it couldn't be...
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Posted By joshmack

Thanks for the idea....I've actually got them...

Thanks for the idea....I've actually got them working again, wiggled some wires by the fuse block <under dash> and they started working again....amazing lol. Just hope I can find the loose...
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Posted By joshmack

Brake lights won't work

Hi guys. I have a 94 Camry who's brake lights just quit. I've checked all the fuses I could find, and they all had continuity. I'm thinking it might be a relay?.... I'm looking for another fuse...
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Posted By joshmack

Thank you all very much for the advice!

Thank you all very much for the advice!
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Views: 987
Posted By joshmack

Gutter hanging question

Hi guys. I'm putting new gutters across the front of the house. I've already installed some about a year ago, as a makeshift solution to divert some water getting into the carport. Now I'm ready...
02-07-07, 02:03 PM
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Views: 1,662
Posted By joshmack

A word of caution regarding the screw-in...

A word of caution regarding the screw-in adapter....this WILL allow you to plug in 3-prong plugs, but WILL NOT provide ground protection unless the circuit is wired in metal armored cable, with all...
02-07-07, 01:53 PM
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Posted By joshmack

Yes, you should follow them back to the box that...

Yes, you should follow them back to the box that they come from....in this case, probably a switch box <assuming the light was on a switch>, and remove them.
02-06-07, 01:56 PM
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Posted By joshmack

I definitely will. I spoke with a county...

I definitely will. I spoke with a county inspector this morning, and the POCO this afternoon....both said that it would be okay to pull the meter and temp. in the new 200A MCB panel w/ the existing...
02-06-07, 03:15 AM
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Views: 941
Posted By joshmack

Lee.....thanks for the advice. I'm going to stop...

Lee.....thanks for the advice. I'm going to stop by the county office after work....I'm just a little unsure on how they'll view the swap-out....I want to put a 200A MCB panel next to the <existing>...
02-05-07, 04:55 PM
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Posted By joshmack

What brand of panel is it?.....most 2-pole 20A...

What brand of panel is it?.....most 2-pole 20A breakers are not that expensive...
02-05-07, 04:46 PM
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Posted By joshmack

Do you plan on having 2 switches for the fixture...

Do you plan on having 2 switches for the fixture <one for fan, one for light>? If so, you probably don't have enough switched wires in the fixture box....
02-05-07, 04:37 PM
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Posted By joshmack

New service

Hi guys. I'm looking for a little feedback, as I'm ready to put in a 200A service for my house. Do any of you have experience with changing services while the residence is still occupied? I'm...
02-04-07, 07:07 AM
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Posted By joshmack

Fan speed question

Another quick ? .....I've looked @ the manufacturer's specs, and with my current 10KW heat strip, it says I can run the fan motor on either medium or high....which will heat the house better <deliver...
02-04-07, 06:27 AM
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Posted By joshmack

Thanks Ed......I was pretty sure that was the...

Thanks Ed......I was pretty sure that was the case. I've just bought this system, but messed up and went with an under-sized heat strip <10 KW>. I'll probably just go ahead w/ the 15 KW strip, but...
02-03-07, 07:41 PM
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Posted By joshmack

Electric > Heatpump?...

Hi guys.....quick question: can you convert an existing split system <all electric> to a heat pump, or do you need to buy a HP condensing unit?

Thanks
02-02-07, 06:49 PM
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Posted By joshmack

Also could be a hot-neutral or hot-ground...

Also could be a hot-neutral or hot-ground short....either in a cable, fixture or switch location.
02-01-07, 04:22 PM
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Views: 985
Posted By joshmack

lol....Okay, just don't want to see you make an...

lol....Okay, just don't want to see you make an expensive decision......I know sometimes you have to do what you have to do. Wish I could help you out w/ the voltage regulation part, but somebody in...
02-01-07, 04:14 PM
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Views: 1,734
Posted By joshmack

This, to me, is purely preference. I've...

This, to me, is purely preference. I've installed all of the brands, except the Sqare D Homeline. In the case of my last install <a subpanel for my own home>, I chose a GE panel, based mostly on...
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