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01-07-14, 08:34 AM
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Posted By Posternine

Too late now but 10-5 sjoow from a small wall...

Too late now but 10-5 sjoow from a small wall mounted subpanel would have probably worked. I'm pretty sure that would have been code compliant but wait for Nash to respond if you consider it.
01-07-14, 08:23 AM
Replies: 19
Views: 1,243
Posted By Posternine

If you have enough play on the cable I'd say...

If you have enough play on the cable I'd say remove the box and install an old work box near it then patch the existing hole.
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Posted By Posternine

For the most part the drivers are built in. When...

For the most part the drivers are built in. When you install the install program identifies your hardware and usually sets it up as part of the install. Any drivers you don't have are generally...
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Posted By Posternine

Then it isn't a switch. It is probably a loose...

Then it isn't a switch. It is probably a loose connection somewhere. It could be in a switch box or a receptacle box or at a light. Any backstabed wires need to be moved to the screws. All wire nuts...
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Posted By Posternine

Are the receptacles and lights on the same...

Are the receptacles and lights on the same breaker?
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In the Navy we used Devcon epoxy, rubber gasket...

In the Navy we used Devcon epoxy, rubber gasket material, and a worm gear hose clamp on low pressure steam lines. It should be considered last resort and temporary.
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Views: 562
Posted By Posternine

You don't need anohm meter to test a (SPST)...

You don't need anohm meter to test a (SPST) switch. Just turn the breaker off, remove the two wires from the switch, wire nut them together, and turn tjhe breaker on. If the light lights it is the...
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Posted By Posternine

There are cheaper services out there such as...

There are cheaper services out there such as Majic Jack or Net Talk. Basically it is just an easy way to do VOIP.
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You can't splice it so you would have to replace...

You can't splice it so you would have to replace it. Can the connections on both ends be opened so you can replace the cord?
01-06-14, 10:36 AM
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Posted By Posternine

Is it a GFCI breaker? ...

Is it a GFCI breaker?

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01-06-14, 07:29 AM
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Posted By Posternine

Thinset is not formulated for 3/4" thick. For...

Thinset is not formulated for 3/4" thick. For that you need a different formulation and a an old time pro. Thick-Set/Thick-Bed - The Tile Council of North America...
01-06-14, 07:00 AM
Replies: 22
Views: 8,244
Posted By Posternine

Both physical size and file size can be reduced...

Both physical size and file size can be reduced using a free image viewer such as IRFan view but there is a simpler way.

Save at Photobucket. Click the gear on your preview thumb. Choose get links...
01-05-14, 08:11 PM
Replies: 7
Views: 1,270
Posted By Posternine

While it is always safest to shut off power with...

While it is always safest to shut off power with proper precautions you can add and remove breakers with out shutting off power.
01-05-14, 05:27 PM
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Views: 8,244
Posted By Posternine

Here is how to add pictures....

Here is how to add pictures. http://www.doityourself.com/forum/electrical-ac-dc/458765-how-include-pictures.html
01-05-14, 05:23 PM
Replies: 22
Views: 8,244
Posted By Posternine

Sifting through the extraneous code I believe...

Sifting through the extraneous code I believe this is the other picture:

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01-05-14, 01:25 PM
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Views: 5,860
Posted By Posternine

Yes. Two red and two green on one screw and two...

Yes. Two red and two green on one screw and two black and two yellow on the other screw.



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01-05-14, 11:58 AM
Replies: 22
Views: 2,021
Posted By Posternine

Plan "A": Put the subpanel on the wall and run...

Plan "A": Put the subpanel on the wall and run two cords.
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Posted By Posternine

1/8" plastic coated steel cable makes a good...

1/8" plastic coated steel cable makes a good messenger line (guy line). Note: The messenger line must be grounded. The UF must be marked sunlight or UV resistant, most is.
01-04-14, 07:25 PM
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Posted By Posternine

It's just called a GFCI receptacle not switch and...

It's just called a GFCI receptacle not switch and yes you need one. It should be weather resistant. Also it should have an in use cover unless fully protected from weather.
01-04-14, 07:20 PM
Replies: 9
Views: 716
Posted By Posternine

You probably don't need a fused disconnect if it...

You probably don't need a fused disconnect if it is supplied by a 30 amp breaker or fuse. Just an unfused 30 or 60 amp A/C disconnect.
01-04-14, 06:18 PM
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Posted By Posternine

If it is a non contact tester that means nothing....

If it is a non contact tester that means nothing. The only wires you need to concern yourself with are the two on the switch. Turn off the breaker. Using a multimeter (preferably analog) or test...
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Posted By Posternine

You misread what he wrote. He meant they pay for...

You misread what he wrote. He meant they pay for monitoring out of ignorance that they don't have to He wasn't writing you were ignorant. However I suspect he lives in a lightly populated area where...
01-04-14, 01:33 PM
Replies: 18
Views: 8,931
Posted By Posternine

Ask your electrician friend for his Amprobe...

Ask your electrician friend for his Amprobe (clamp on amp meter) and how to use it. Basically it just goes around a single insulated wire and tells you how many amps is being used.

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Posted By Posternine

If you mean non contact tester it is meaningless...

If you mean non contact tester it is meaningless for this. You need to use a test light, multimeter (preferably analog), or a solenoid tester. Lights will work just fine without a ground. Ground is...
01-04-14, 07:23 AM
Replies: 18
Views: 1,586
Posted By Posternine

Most whole houses can get along fine on a 100 amp...

Most whole houses can get along fine on a 100 amp panel or even 60 amps. Will there be electric heat, electric dryer, and electric water heater in the addition? Have you done a load calc. Just so we...
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