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11-23-14, 07:00 AM
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Posted By Drew2672

Ok great. Just so I understand, since it is not...

Ok great. Just so I understand, since it is not a sub panel, they are supposed to be bonded together and not separated. My thought by separating them would keep the sub panels bonded on the right...
11-22-14, 10:11 PM
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Posted By Drew2672

It is a 200 amp panel and only has 2 90 amp...

It is a 200 amp panel and only has 2 90 amp breakers in it that feed two separate panels. Most of the panel is empty. When I say create the neutral bar, the panel has two long vertical bars the...
11-22-14, 12:51 PM
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Views: 1,438
Posted By Drew2672

I should have added the two grounds and one...

I should have added the two grounds and one neutral are already connected to the bar on the right and it has a strap to the box. The one on the left is insulated from the box.
11-22-14, 12:42 PM
Replies: 8
Views: 1,438
Posted By Drew2672

Creating neutral bar inside main panel

I currently have a main panel outside my house that feeds 2 sub panels inside my house and nothing else. I want to add a circuit with an outlet to it in order to have a place to plug things in...
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Posted By Drew2672

There are glass doors out there that will fit...

There are glass doors out there that will fit your width for alot less than that. I just purchased two sets of doors for a two sided fireplace from one of the big box stores and they were around...
06-29-07, 06:08 PM
Replies: 4
Views: 866
Posted By Drew2672

It is continuous around a corner equaling 56"...

It is continuous around a corner equaling 56" between doors. Thanks for clarifying that and for the quick responses, I am setting my boxes while checking this posting.
06-29-07, 04:58 PM
Replies: 4
Views: 866
Posted By Drew2672

Thanks for the reply. You answered my question...

Thanks for the reply. You answered my question but to clarify my situation a little better, to the left of the entry door walking into ths bedroom is 28" to the corner. According to code, I need...
06-29-07, 04:16 PM
Replies: 4
Views: 866
Posted By Drew2672

Outlet placement

I know that code states that any wall over 2' requires an outlet. I have a room that just over two feet in either direction from the corner there is a door. If I understand this correctly, do I...
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Views: 1,051
Posted By Drew2672

I went with sconces after looking at all the...

I went with sconces after looking at all the other suggestions. Thanks for the help... Andrew
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Posted By Drew2672

Aren't most under cabinet lighs fluorescent or...

Aren't most under cabinet lighs fluorescent or halogen. I don't know how that would work on the same line with incandescent bulbs. If it would work, this could be a good option though. Thanks...
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Views: 1,051
Posted By Drew2672

Thanks for the reply. I was trying to avoid...

Thanks for the reply. I was trying to avoid wiring another switch just for the rope lighting, but the other lights in the room will be on a dimmer. I guess I'll have to look into sconces... Andrew
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Views: 1,051
Posted By Drew2672

Dimmable up-lighting

I am currently working on a lighting plan for my master bedroom and need some help. The room has a vaulted ceiling with a closet in one corner that is normal 8' ceiling height leaving a shelf on top...
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Posted By Drew2672

Thanks for the reply. I wasn't concerned with...

Thanks for the reply. I wasn't concerned with controlling it individually as much as the compatibility.
Another question, I have low voltage pendant lighting that also have internal transformers...
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Views: 925
Posted By Drew2672

Low/Line Voltage Lighting

I currently have a circuit where power comes out of the switch and goes to five recessed low voltage lamps in the ceiling. They are laid out in an X pattern with the center one over a dining table. ...
09-02-05, 03:22 PM
Replies: 7
Views: 1,360
Posted By Drew2672

Thanks for your reply. I do understand what you...

Thanks for your reply. I do understand what you mean even if my terminology isn't the best. Thanks again... Andrew
09-01-05, 03:33 PM
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Views: 1,360
Posted By Drew2672

Both the 100 amp panel and the 90 amp panel are...

Both the 100 amp panel and the 90 amp panel are next to eachother inside the house and they are both about ten feet away from the the main outside the house. The house was renovated in the...
09-01-05, 06:11 AM
Replies: 7
Views: 1,360
Posted By Drew2672

Both copper wires do run to the same pipe about...

Both copper wires do run to the same pipe about three inches apart on the pipe and about one foot in from where the water pipe enters the house.

The configuration on my house is very odd. My...
08-30-05, 05:43 PM
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Views: 1,360
Posted By Drew2672

Sub panel grounding question

I have a 400 amp main panel outside my house that feeds two sub panels inside my house. They are both fed with aluminum wire. One of the panels comes off the main feed with it's own 100 amp main...
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Views: 912
Posted By Drew2672

Thanks for the reply. I did my research on my...

Thanks for the reply. I did my research on my dimmers and had to buy a 1000 watt dimmer for one of them for that reason. Thanks again... Andrew
Replies: 2
Views: 912
Posted By Drew2672

3-way dimming

I am finishing up re-wiring my kitchen and dining room and have four lighting circuits that are going to be dimmed. One of the circuits has electronic low voltage lighting and I know I need a...
07-16-05, 11:31 AM
Replies: 6
Views: 1,158
Posted By Drew2672

No problem Roger. I just took it as talking ment...

No problem Roger. I just took it as talking ment on the same circuit anyway. Petey, thanks for the response to my question also. I was curious why it was being questioned in the first place also,...
07-16-05, 07:57 AM
Replies: 6
Views: 1,158
Posted By Drew2672

I read Roger's reply and was curious why he...

I read Roger's reply and was curious why he mentions if they are talking outlets. Can you have two different circuits running down opposite sides of a stud? I think my kitchen and living room have...
05-23-05, 07:17 PM
Replies: 3
Views: 5,547
Posted By Drew2672

The tile My Wife picked didn't have a bullnose...

The tile My Wife picked didn't have a bullnose available but these look like a great alternative. Thanks for the great idea... Andrew
05-23-05, 02:46 PM
Replies: 3
Views: 5,547
Posted By Drew2672

Ending ceramic tile on edge of step

I am getting ready to install 16" ceramic tiles in my kitchen. One end of the kitchen opens up to a step down into my family room. It is a 6' opening. This step up to the kitchen will be used...
05-22-05, 08:37 AM
Replies: 1
Views: 1,131
Posted By Drew2672

Coktop & Oven grounding

I am remodeling my kitchen in my newly purchased home. The home was built in 1965 with a cooktop and a wall oven. The wiring for each is a 40a breaker with 8/3 wire. Sometime in the early 80's...
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