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02-04-17, 05:06 PM
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Posted By rcash54

OK, that makes sense Larry, so long as the other...

OK, that makes sense Larry, so long as the other lights are daisy chained from the first light. Not sure how the electrician wired it, but I will try and find out.

The switch is around the corner...
02-04-17, 04:11 PM
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Views: 757
Posted By rcash54

Sorry, I guess I should have been more specific. ...

Sorry, I guess I should have been more specific.

All four flood lights are located on the back of the house, and light up the back yard. One on each corner and two spaced equal distance...
02-04-17, 11:21 AM
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Views: 757
Posted By rcash54

Add motion sensor to flood lights

I have four exterior flood lights that are controlled by one switch, inside the house. When I turn the switch on they all come on. I'd like to add a motion sensor to turn them all on.

Is it...
02-02-17, 02:05 AM
Replies: 3
Views: 494
Posted By rcash54

Wow, that was quick Ray...thanks. There is...

Wow, that was quick Ray...thanks.

There is no other obstruction, but the concrete butts right up to the stucco at the bottom of the wall, so there's no place to dig without busting up the, special...
02-02-17, 01:34 AM
Replies: 3
Views: 494
Posted By rcash54

Subpanel In Basement Garage

My garage is in the front of my house, front half of the basement under the main living floor above. My breaker panel is all the way at the back of the house, and is located on an exterior wall...
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Views: 583
Posted By rcash54

"I would say not as the light switch kills power...

"I would say not as the light switch kills power to them when in the off position. So, those light transformers only receive power when the switch is "on". The other power supplies you mentioned by...
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Views: 583
Posted By rcash54

Recessed Halogen Light Power Suplies

Hi all, been a while since I posted anything, but I'm still here. ;)

The other day I was going around my house and unplugging as many of the computer, cell phone, and tablet power supplies as I...
02-08-14, 04:19 PM
Replies: 12
Views: 1,123
Posted By rcash54

Thanks guys...appreciate the comments!

Thanks guys...appreciate the comments!
02-07-14, 05:09 PM
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Views: 1,123
Posted By rcash54

Well, I finally finished this project, and it...

Well, I finally finished this project, and it didn't turn out too bad. The wife is very happy with it, so I consider it a "win". lol

Here are a couple pics of the finished product. Cutting that...
01-31-14, 12:40 AM
Replies: 12
Views: 1,123
Posted By rcash54

Right, I do admit that those edge trims look...

Right, I do admit that those edge trims look interesting, but I've decided to go for the miter joint after all. I am shimming out the sides of the structure so that 5 full pieces fit exactly and then...
01-30-14, 11:00 AM
Replies: 12
Views: 1,123
Posted By rcash54

Thanks Chandler! Cutting these large tile...

Thanks Chandler!

Cutting these large tile has certainly been a challenge. I have a borrowed tile saw that is not large enough to accommodate the length of these, so I built a alternate sled out of...
01-30-14, 12:40 AM
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Views: 1,123
Posted By rcash54

OK, I've uploaded three pictures. One of the...

OK, I've uploaded three pictures. One of the entire fireplace with one of the tiles leaned up against it...a close up of the tile and a side shot of the tile, so hopefully you will be able to see the...
01-29-14, 08:50 PM
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Views: 1,123
Posted By rcash54

Difficult Tiling Situation

I have a unique situation with my tile job. We purchased this ceramic tile that has a sculpted pattern throughout, to install around our fireplace. The tiles are 13x40 inches, and we are installing...
01-11-14, 11:34 AM
Replies: 14
Views: 12,748
Posted By rcash54

I agree with you guys about the quality thing. I...

I agree with you guys about the quality thing. I only do woodworking as a hobby, and necessity for my home remodeling. My actual career is completely opposite from woodworking, but when all of this...
01-10-14, 07:25 PM
Replies: 14
Views: 12,748
Posted By rcash54

Well, I sanded it as far as I dared and then...

Well, I sanded it as far as I dared and then re-stained it. Most of the blemishes disappeared but some remained. Not so bad as before, though...it's acceptable. I also decided to put some molding on...
01-10-14, 09:53 AM
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Views: 12,748
Posted By rcash54

I agree with everyone that more sanding is needed...

I agree with everyone that more sanding is needed but my worry is about the rest of the piece. I'd like to sand out the same imperfections prior to staining but I've inspected it closely and cannot...
01-09-14, 10:00 PM
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Views: 12,748
Posted By rcash54

Problems staining oak plywood

I am building a fireplace surround and mantel for my fireplace. I used oak plywood for the main carcass and when I began to stain the first section I noticed several dark horizontal lines that...
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Posted By rcash54

Ventilated Floor Joists

Not sure if this is the correct forum for this question, but it appeared to be the closest to my situation.

My house is a two story home with the main living area on the second floor, and a two...
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Views: 15,769
Posted By rcash54

OK, some good ideas that help a lot. One of the...

OK, some good ideas that help a lot. One of the reasons to use furring strips was in case we wanted to hang a picture or something up there, and also to run some speaker wiring behind the sheetrock....
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Views: 15,769
Posted By rcash54

Sheetrock over chimney brick.

I hope this is in the right forum. If not, please feel free to move it.

I am in a bit of a quandary with applying sheetrock over my chimney brick. We have a real fireplace in our LR with brick...
Replies: 4
Views: 1,037
Posted By rcash54

You are a very wise man, Obi-Wan Ron! lol I...

You are a very wise man, Obi-Wan Ron! lol

I removed the field wire and installed the resistor and all was good. So I then reconnected the field wire with the resistor in series and it works...
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Views: 1,037
Posted By rcash54

Right now if I just go into programming and view...

Right now if I just go into programming and view the programming location without making changes, it displays a 3 in programming location 25 segment #4. However, yesterday, when I changed that 3 to a...
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Views: 1,037
Posted By rcash54

Chime Only Zone

Hey guys, my alarm has been up and running great so far, thanks in large part to everybody that helped me with all of my issues and to learn the Cadxx install manual. Now that I know mostly what they...
Replies: 5
Views: 921
Posted By rcash54

I've tried the *7 command several times, but it...

I've tried the *7 command several times, but it wouldn't work. I'll keep playing around with the options to see if I can get it to work.

Thanks MrRonFL
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Views: 921
Posted By rcash54

Ok, that makes sense, but will that then allow...

Ok, that makes sense, but will that then allow the panel to auto clear, or restore the faults that are tripped from testing them, or if they should ever get tripped in use?

Or, are these not meant...
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