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You say the bottom section is working. Does this...

You say the bottom section is working. Does this include the fan?
11-26-05, 07:00 AM
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Yes you can add a breaker to this panel. I've...

Yes you can add a breaker to this panel. I've done the same for modular homes and such. But why a 60 amp breaker for the type of usage you are going to use? And you say you will only be using 120...
11-26-05, 06:48 AM
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Posted By weebee

This reminds me of a problem I had a few years...

This reminds me of a problem I had a few years ago that drove me nuts. I had about a 75 foot service going to a swimming pool outlet that was tripping the GFIC breaker constantly. I did everything I...
11-26-05, 06:39 AM
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Posted By weebee

Thats what I get for jumping on the forum without...

Thats what I get for jumping on the forum without my first cup of coffee! Now that I reread it. It makes perfect sense. And you are right.
11-26-05, 06:37 AM
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Posted By weebee

No, you'll need to replace the cord. Where is the...

No, you'll need to replace the cord. Where is the damage at on the cord? If it's near the heater you may be able to just cut out the damaged area and reattach it to the heater. But make sure you do...
11-26-05, 05:55 AM
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Posted By weebee

You will need to use the proper fittings that...

You will need to use the proper fittings that mount the conduit to the box, conduit connectors. Usually the box and fitting come as separate pieces. I don't recall seeing boxes with conduit...
11-26-05, 05:51 AM
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Posted By weebee

It's always best to replace a damaged cord. If...

It's always best to replace a damaged cord. If just the outer jacket is damaged, then you can do so. But, it would be much better to have a electrician look at it.
10-27-05, 12:22 PM
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Posted By weebee

But then again. It is getting more and more...

But then again. It is getting more and more common seeing a four wire plug and recepticle up on the cook top and ranges. So keep this in mind as well.
10-26-05, 05:16 PM
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Posted By weebee

Bare in mind that connections for heating...

Bare in mind that connections for heating elements make sure you use the proper crimp on connector. I usually use ones designed for this purpose. They tend to be made beefier and made from stainless...
10-26-05, 05:12 PM
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Posted By weebee

All these years I've spent a fortune on my...

All these years I've spent a fortune on my linemans gloves when I could have used dish washer gloves!!!! Now I'm mad!!! Really though any electrician that would have said that needs his head closely...
10-26-05, 05:05 PM
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Posted By weebee

There are many variables on size of wire for...

There are many variables on size of wire for appliances. Would need to know state/county codes. Check with your local code enforcement officer for the info on that. As far as giving yourself "a...
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Could be for that reason. But also check these as...

Could be for that reason. But also check these as well. Is there a cooling fan and is it running? When you change bulbs of this nature great care should be taked not to touch the glass part with your...
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Posted By weebee

I have a Ipaq, and a optional keyboard that folds...

I have a Ipaq, and a optional keyboard that folds up to a compact size. Nice PDA. I wouldn't have purchased it though (company supplied it) because of the cost. But they are very good units.
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Posted By weebee

Probably one or more of things, such as....

Probably one or more of things, such as. Inductance from the close proximity of the fan motor, vibration, not getting a solid ground, dimmer switch (if you are using one).
09-24-05, 02:46 PM
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Posted By weebee

This is another reason to have a "wiggy" as well...

This is another reason to have a "wiggy" as well as a digital multimeter. A solenoid style voltage tester would not have shown this voltage and given you a more comfortable feeling about this...
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Posted By weebee

Sounds like a bad winding in the transformer that...

Sounds like a bad winding in the transformer that is opening when it gets hot, cools down and starts working again, eventually it will quit altogether.
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Posted By weebee

There is little concern needed really. You have...

There is little concern needed really. You have the bulb removed so there is no danger of it causing a fire or anything such as that. I've replaced many of these types of lights, and they are pretty...
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Posted By weebee

Is the tab that activates the switch broken off?

Is the tab that activates the switch broken off?
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Posted By weebee

The pump and motor comes as one unit. Not hard to...

The pump and motor comes as one unit. Not hard to replace. You can change it out without pulling the dishwasher out if you like. But they're much easier if you do pull out the dishwasher and flip it...
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Posted By weebee

Could be, or the pump is no longer among the...

Could be, or the pump is no longer among the living. Check to see if the electrical plug at the pump is loose. And if possible check for voltage at the pump or from the timer to the pump. Are you...
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Posted By weebee

OK, well, if I knew that from the get go I would...

OK, well, if I knew that from the get go I would have known your problem! You will need to use a T in there. Piercing valves are meant for copper only. Let us know how you make out. Don't get wet!
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Posted By weebee

This is a copper line you are trying to pierce,...

This is a copper line you are trying to pierce, not PVC right?
I've installed numerous water line kits and once in a while you'll get a difficult case. If all else fails. Get another piercing valve....
02-29-04, 05:12 AM
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Posted By weebee

Yes, you could also invest in a solenoid type...

Yes, you could also invest in a solenoid type tester like a "Wiggy"
You are picking up phantom voltages. A solenoid tester will take accurite voltages of a known value, not just a glowing neon. Not...
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Posted By weebee

Back off the fitting where the water line...

Back off the fitting where the water line connects at the piercing valve just enough to see if there is really water coming out of the valve as well.
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Posted By weebee

After you punctured the line did you back the pin...

After you punctured the line did you back the pin out? You have to turn the handle back the other way intill it stops. More then likely the piercing pin is blocking the water flow. Also, once you do...
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