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10-22-20, 09:10 AM
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Thanks Norm but my communication with this guy is...

Thanks Norm but my communication with this guy is just annoying. He is the master of double speak and not answering the simplest of questions. I've just asked him to respond yes or no if there should...
10-22-20, 08:40 AM
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Views: 325
Posted By ednu99

Thanks for the reply, but the drip leg shown is ...

Thanks for the reply, but the drip leg shown is 12' up in the ceiling certainly not at any low point.

I'm reluctant to get the local gas company involved for several reasons, hard to explain. I'm...
10-22-20, 08:22 AM
Replies: 6
Views: 325
Posted By ednu99

Is this a correct heater installation?

I've raised this issue with the contractor who installed the furnace for us, but everything I see and read indicates this isn't quite right. He's saying the drip leg shown in the pictures is...
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Posted By ednu99

Thanks, The existing was actually 8" so I was...

Thanks, The existing was actually 8" so I was able to find duct reducers, 8 to 6" and 6 to 4" at a local big box store.
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Posted By ednu99

Mr Heater venting

I have a metal building that previously contained a gas furnace and range with approximately a 10" roof protrusion vent. I'm in the process of installing an 80,000 btu NG ceiling mounted BIG MAXX Mr...
05-20-20, 06:25 AM
Replies: 4
Views: 325
Posted By ednu99

You mention using spray foam which certainly...

You mention using spray foam which certainly would help in filling any gaps, but would you also use the Foam Joint Tape over seams? I'm going to start collecting materials today.

I have no current...
05-19-20, 07:41 PM
Replies: 4
Views: 325
Posted By ednu99

Thanks for the reply. There is a 6' door opening...

Thanks for the reply. There is a 6' door opening with no doors so hopefully the room will warm comparable to the larger area.

I was considering 2" rigid foam as it was readily available locally...
05-19-20, 05:24 PM
Replies: 4
Views: 325
Posted By ednu99

Insulation for a concrete block wall room

We have a large steel building that has an 8X11 concrete block wall room with a concrete floor added to one end. It currently has zero insulation so Im looking at options to insulate it as in...
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Views: 351
Posted By ednu99

Thank you for the replies, going to look at these...

Thank you for the replies, going to look at these suggestions today.
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Views: 351
Posted By ednu99

It's a KitchenAid model KBFS20EVBL3 I...

It's a KitchenAid model KBFS20EVBL3

I checked the manual and there is no mention of a drain or condensation pan that needs to be emptied. I'm certain there is no "drain" going out anywhere. I...
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Views: 351
Posted By ednu99

KitchenAid bottom freezer dripping water to floor

My KirtchenAid bottom freezer refrigerator has started leaking water onto the floor. If I open the freezer compartment and pull out the sliding drawer there is water frozen on the bottom of the...
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Views: 597
Posted By ednu99

Thanks PJ, I did consider a door bell...

Thanks PJ, I did consider a door bell transformer, it was just that having either a plug-in or external mount transformer outdoors didn't seem like a good solution. Sounds like I need to...
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Views: 597
Posted By ednu99

I understand the low voltage design but why not a...

I understand the low voltage design but why not a solution that incorporates a transformer that could be installed in a junction box. The camera could then be mounted to the JB with no visible...
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Views: 597
Posted By ednu99

POE would work but I was really looking for a...

POE would work but I was really looking for a wireless transmission so no cables would need to be run as cable routing in this case would be extremely difficult.

If I can power the wireless...
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Posted By ednu99

Camera with a hard wired power source

Im looking for an exterior security camera to monitor a building entrance. There is a 120 Volt AC power source available at the location we wish to mount the camera. The problem is most cameras Ive...
11-26-18, 10:42 AM
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Views: 1,918
Posted By ednu99

It does not have a hot water feature and I've not...

It does not have a hot water feature and I've not observed any water leakage into the interior.

Is it possible the start capacitor could be causing the problem, an electrician I know mentioned...
11-26-18, 06:54 AM
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Posted By ednu99

Water fountain tripping GFCI

We have a water fountain that trips the gfci breaker immediately when plugged in. I don't think the breaker is faulty as we have two water fountain coolers and I've switched them around and the one...
06-14-18, 07:18 AM
Replies: 4
Views: 523
Posted By ednu99

We have considered going with led but just don't...

We have considered going with led but just don't have the funds at this moment for a complete upgrade so we were trying to get by for a couple more years with the HID.

I've actually recommend...
06-13-18, 05:18 PM
Replies: 4
Views: 523
Posted By ednu99

Metal Halide - ballast/capacitor question

2 years ago we replaced all 64 of our metal halide bulbs and our reading went from around 35 ft candles to about 65. We then replaced all the capacitors and the readings went to around 100.

Since...
04-29-18, 06:50 AM
Replies: 6
Views: 469
Posted By ednu99

I understand this is a code requirement but I'm...

I understand this is a code requirement but I'm just curious about what the reasoning is for requiring a disconnect switch on the circuit, especially if mounted withing the same box.
04-28-18, 11:57 AM
Replies: 6
Views: 469
Posted By ednu99

Thanks Ray, "You will need a disconnect...

Thanks Ray,

"You will need a disconnect where it enters the shed. A simple light switch will work for that. "

I'm assuming I can mount a 2 gang box on the inside of the shed, with a switch and...
04-28-18, 10:35 AM
Replies: 6
Views: 469
Posted By ednu99

Another outbuilding circuit question

We need a 120V circuit to an outbuilding that sits only about 20 feet from the house. The circuit will only be used for a battery charger so the amperage draw will be very small. From what I've read...
10-17-17, 07:25 AM
Replies: 4
Views: 653
Posted By ednu99

LED lights see voltage

This might be more of an electronics question but I'll start here. I have an LED worklight that glows slightly even when switched off. When unplugged from the receptacle the led's go completely off....
05-14-17, 10:18 AM
Replies: 4
Views: 1,604
Posted By ednu99

Thanks Ray, The reason I used pdf is that the...

Thanks Ray, The reason I used pdf is that the drawing was done in AutoCad Lite. I'm used to sending it to a plot device, a PDF in this case but I'll try exporting to a JPEG file next time. Thanks...
05-14-17, 08:09 AM
Replies: 4
Views: 1,604
Posted By ednu99

Thanks, the UF feeder has a gfci breaker in the...

Thanks, the UF feeder has a gfci breaker in the service panel so I'm guessing the existing GFCI receptacle isn't necessary? These are existing so they come from different directions.
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