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Try a camping supply store. They may have what...

Try a camping supply store. They may have what you are looking for. I would imagine your difficulties lie with the fact battery powered lamps would not last very long and therefore not be economical...
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Replaced both switches on saturday and the...

Replaced both switches on saturday and the brakelights work again. Funny how I guess I should have known better using the digital meter instead of the analog one. Coulda saved two days of head...
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Since I'm using a digital meter it is showing...

Since I'm using a digital meter it is showing 12v, However My analog meter is showing less than 1v guess I shoulda used the analog meter to start with. As for both failing at the same...
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That's the part that has me stumped both switches...

That's the part that has me stumped both switches show continuity, but that is w/a digital meter so it really isn't that reliable. So I Finally removed the front switch and tied the 2 wires together...
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'98 Wide Glide Brake light

My Brake light stopped working. I have replaced and tested the lamp, it is OK , I have tested the rear brake light switch and it shows continuity when the peddle is pressed. If I put a jumper across...
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Question No Theory's?

No Theory's?
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Hot 'Fridge

I have a Frigidaire Side-by-Side with through the door Ice and water (model FRS26H5ASB4). Awhile ago i noticed that the door style that separates the fridge from the freezer compartment (where the...
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Nope, warranty is up about 10,000 miles ago. The...

Nope, warranty is up about 10,000 miles ago. The brakes looked good when I replaced them, But I had a hard time getting them back together the first time. When the wife said they were making noise I...
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Msargent. Thx I will pay close attention to the...

Msargent. Thx I will pay close attention to the spindle assembly.
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bejay, That's what I thought Just wanted to...

bejay,

That's what I thought Just wanted to some confirmation. Thx for the info, I'll look at it again tomorrow when we get home.
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04 Intrepid Brakes

Tell me if my thinking is correct or not. I Just did the brakes for the wife and now the outer pad on the left front disc is worn to almost nothing. If the outer pad wears first it's the hardware...
05-04-05, 06:57 PM
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If the circuit breaker is triping without the...

If the circuit breaker is triping without the pump running then the pump is not the culprit. I would lean toward the wiring or the pressure switch.
04-11-05, 05:58 PM
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All of my halogens (120v) are on dimmers

All of my halogens (120v) are on dimmers
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'99 Chevy Suburban Fuel Injectors 5.7 Vortec

I just found out I have a bad Injector, but I was told that it was a poppette valve injector and they want to replace the entire CPI unit ($750) :wall: . Can't they just replace the faulty injector...
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Whirlpool Washingmachine

I have 2 yearold Whirlpool EXtra Large Capicity washer Model LXR6432JQ1 that does not spin unless you open the lid a close it again during the spin cycle. If left alone it drains and completes the...
02-19-05, 07:49 PM
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There is nothing in the NEC that would prevent...

There is nothing in the NEC that would prevent this type of installation as a matter of fact it is quite common. However it could be possible it is a code issue locally, but I doubt it.
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THX for All the info I appreciate your time.

THX for All the info I appreciate your time.
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Dex-cool

Is it common for DEX-COOL to plug up a radiator (5yrs old)? I have a 99 Chevy Suburban 5.7l and developed a leak around the oil cooler when I took the radiator to the radiator shop to fix the leak...
03-31-04, 02:42 PM
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diyguy. Your surgeprotector should be on a...

diyguy.

Your surgeprotector should be on a two pole breaker(for this exact reason) not two single pole. that is why you felt the tingle.
03-27-04, 08:53 PM
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If the neutral wire is shared, as in a multiwire...

If the neutral wire is shared, as in a multiwire branch circuit it can carry current if only one of the circuits is turned off. In a multiwire circuit two hots from different phases are used with one...
03-27-04, 08:41 PM
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I would just like to point out that the...

I would just like to point out that the electrical print is rarely ever followed. the electrician usually just "CODES" out the kitchen paying special attention to the kitchen detail drawing. There he...
01-30-04, 02:32 PM
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The commercial grade mechanical clamp style...

The commercial grade mechanical clamp style backstab receptacles are great. it is the spring loaded backstab type that tend to fail over time and under load.
01-29-04, 07:19 AM
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Ampacity of the 220v circuit suplying the saw and...

Ampacity of the 220v circuit suplying the saw and dust collector and the actual combined ampacity of the two tools.
01-29-04, 07:14 AM
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I'm not busting your chops GreenJacket, but this...

I'm not busting your chops GreenJacket, but this comment is misleading.

Voltage has no bearing on sharing a junction/device box. 110/220 circuits share boxes all the time.

Wiring from two...
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