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02-19-06, 05:43 PM
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Posted By alittle

Or you could use a pnuematic switch (around $50...

Or you could use a pnuematic switch (around $50 at Lowe's) for the waste disposal. Remover the switch, connect the two wires going to the switch together with a wire nut and put a blank cover on it....
02-15-06, 01:41 PM
Replies: 5
Views: 4,841
Posted By alittle

I think you may be able to omit the couplings...

I think you may be able to omit the couplings --Do what PATTBAA said but just slip the 2" inside the 2-1/2". I use a similar setup for u/g services into a meter socket. Of course I don't glue it as...
02-11-06, 06:14 AM
Replies: 3
Views: 1,018
Posted By alittle

If your home isn't too old (3-5 years max) the...

If your home isn't too old (3-5 years max) the permitting office might could help you.
01-29-06, 06:21 PM
Replies: 3
Views: 1,815
Posted By alittle

It would be easier to use an old-work box. Flood...

It would be easier to use an old-work box. Flood lights aren't that heavy.
01-22-06, 01:02 PM
Replies: 21
Views: 4,987
Posted By alittle

I'm not sure that is the perfect solution....

I'm not sure that is the perfect solution. Unplugging these size cords sometimes results in getting your fingertips on the energized male plug prongs. People tend to get their fingertips under the...
01-16-06, 10:20 AM
Replies: 8
Views: 10,167
Posted By alittle

12 won't fit in the backstab holes anyway.

12 won't fit in the backstab holes anyway.
01-15-06, 05:09 PM
Replies: 7
Views: 1,600
Posted By alittle

U. /\ .... doesn't really matter as long as, at...

U. /\ .... doesn't really matter as long as, at some point, the wires are lower than the point where they enter the weatherhead.
01-12-06, 07:40 PM
Replies: 10
Views: 1,172
Posted By alittle

I can't visualize what you mean by "aluminum...

I can't visualize what you mean by "aluminum splicers". I think I would have used split bolts (2 per wire) rated for copper and taped them up with Scotch 70 to create a smooth surface, then finished...
01-09-06, 04:55 PM
Replies: 20
Views: 8,443
Posted By alittle

The inspector was fishing for the job? You...

The inspector was fishing for the job? You should have let him do it then negotiate how much of a discount you could get for not telling the City Manager or mayor.
01-08-06, 03:01 PM
Replies: 3
Views: 1,860
Posted By alittle

whatkindawiresareyoutalkingaout-electricaltelephon...

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01-06-06, 11:17 AM
Replies: 20
Views: 3,079
Posted By alittle

The 36" above the roof is a minimum. Make sure...

The 36" above the roof is a minimum. Make sure the point of attachment for the drop is high enough to provide the necessary clearances from the ground for the service drop (12' over residential...
01-05-06, 06:35 PM
Replies: 5
Views: 883
Posted By alittle

10/3 is certainly O.K. for that distance. Is it...

10/3 is certainly O.K. for that distance. Is it on a 30 amp breaker? That is pretty standard.
Could also be something wrong with the dryer. Perhaps some packing/blocking material partially blocking...
01-05-06, 06:32 PM
Replies: 20
Views: 3,079
Posted By alittle

2" Rigid is only required if the service drop...

2" Rigid is only required if the service drop actually attaches to the mast.
01-04-06, 06:19 AM
Replies: 10
Views: 4,418
Posted By alittle

That depends.

That depends.
01-04-06, 06:08 AM
Replies: 21
Views: 5,114
Posted By alittle

It doesn't actually reference a distance from the...

It doesn't actually reference a distance from the sink.

210.52 (C) (1) Wall counter spaces. A receptacle outlet shall be installed at each wall counter space that is 300 mm (12 in.) or wider....
12-30-05, 08:05 AM
Replies: 3
Views: 1,468
Posted By alittle

I interpret what you are saying as the wires come...

I interpret what you are saying as the wires come through the attic, down through the fir downs (rather than through the top plates) and then down to outlet or switch boxes. If there is not enough...
Replies: 5
Views: 912
Posted By alittle

Are you talking about a roll up door or a...

Are you talking about a roll up door or a sectional door?
Replies: 2
Views: 2,805
Posted By alittle

You are correct in saying that all models now...

You are correct in saying that all models now state that you need 2.5" clearance. I found this out when I bought a new "regular" Genie screw drive unit for my other garage door. Turns out I was...
12-22-05, 10:57 AM
Replies: 16
Views: 1,310
Posted By alittle

Now you are saying he pulled the meter. So he...

Now you are saying he pulled the meter. So he changed out the meter base/panel with an underground service. That's a whole lot different than changing out the panel without pulling the meter. I HAVE...
12-22-05, 06:47 AM
Replies: 18
Views: 2,899
Posted By alittle

"Make sure of the following: - no low voltage...

"Make sure of the following:
- no low voltage in the same holes as the 110 wiring.
- Low voltage should be run seperate (at least a foot or two) from the high voltage. They can cross at 90 degree...
12-21-05, 01:32 PM
Replies: 3
Views: 990
Posted By alittle

I really have never noticed if the nameplate on a...

I really have never noticed if the nameplate on a heat pump is any different.

One way to tell would be to set the thermostat to heat and set high enough for it to come on. When it comes on, go...
12-21-05, 01:22 PM
Replies: 4
Views: 937
Posted By alittle

In my area, it is not necessary to run a separate...

In my area, it is not necessary to run a separate ground specifically for the meter base. The grounding requirements apply to the panel. Since the neutral in the meter base is bonded to the meter...
12-21-05, 07:25 AM
Replies: 16
Views: 1,310
Posted By alittle

I think one thing that hasn't been mentioned here...

I think one thing that hasn't been mentioned here is that, if you are "upgrading" the size of the panel, wouldn't the wires from the meter socket to the panel and riser cables to the weatherhead (if...
12-21-05, 07:19 AM
Replies: 2
Views: 774
Posted By alittle

The breaker you have probably has both GFCI and...

The breaker you have probably has both GFCI and AFCI circuitry.
Replies: 2
Views: 4,904
Posted By alittle

Have you uncoupled the door and operated it...

Have you uncoupled the door and operated it manually?

Does the read LED on the sending beam burn continously?

As it stops, does the motor load up or does it simply stop? When an opener stops...
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