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01-01-21, 05:32 PM
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Posted By cplum

Yes, it was built in 1976. So the bathroom...

Yes, it was built in 1976.

So the bathroom receptacles need to be on their own 20 amp circuit. Ok, so let's say I run 14/2 on a new 15 amp breaker to service fan and lights. That still doesn't...
12-30-20, 01:24 PM
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Posted By PJmax

I don't know of any extension cords that come...

I don't know of any extension cords that come with right angle plugs.
I have replacement plugs and caps on all my extension cords. Some are right angle plugs.
I use the right angle plugs on jobs...
12-18-20, 06:09 PM
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Posted By Zorfdt

There's no issue with using a 200A panel as a...

There's no issue with using a 200A panel as a 100A sub. Or a main lug 200A (as long as you're in the same building). Higher-rated panels are often used as subpanels as they give you the spaces you...
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Posted By Marq1

Composite or plastic is only for finish, not...

Composite or plastic is only for finish, not structural so your limited to PT or cedar!
11-17-20, 06:22 AM
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Posted By joed

I would take the power feed to the thermostat and...

I would take the power feed to the thermostat and connect the line side. Then take the load side to the heater. Turn the stat on the heater all the way up.
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