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10-08-06, 10:13 AM
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help with leakage in basement

I've just started to get water seeping up from the basement floor near the drain for the washer and kitchen sink.

I've attached a picture. The water only seeps up when water is going through the...
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Posted By seezar

This link should help: ...

This link should help:

http://homephonewiring.com/clr-code.html
Replies: 18
Views: 1,714
Posted By seezar

I'll agree with you, WEP and MAC filtering are...

I'll agree with you, WEP and MAC filtering are worthless, but WPA can be pretty secure for the time being as long as the PSK is not under 20 characters and preferably random. The only way to hack WPA...
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Posted By seezar

I have to disagree with this. 100 base-T only...

I have to disagree with this. 100 base-T only uses 2 pair.
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Posted By seezar

Just to elaborate: Line 1 white with blue...

Just to elaborate:

Line 1
white with blue = green = tip
blue with white = red = ring

Line 2 (if present)
white with orange = black = tip
orange with white = yellow = ring
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Views: 976
Posted By seezar

assistance with coax splitters

I recently ran quad shield RG6 throughout the house. There are currently a total of 7 runs all wired back to my wiring panel. The wiring panel is not right next to where the cable enters the house so...
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Posted By seezar

Now to just to clarify, I assume you are going to...

Now to just to clarify, I assume you are going to be running cat5e as regular cat5 is pretty much obsolete at this point.

But think about this, even if you dont run into problems mixing voice and...
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Posted By seezar

Actually, for 10 Mbps and 100Mbps, only 2 pair of...

Actually, for 10 Mbps and 100Mbps, only 2 pair of the cat5 is actually used (in fact you can find cat5 patch cables that are only wired with 2 pair).

Even that being the case, it is still not...
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Views: 1,113
Posted By seezar

I'm in the midst of some rewiring and happend to...

I'm in the midst of some rewiring and happend to take apart one of my flourescent fixtures. In mine there is a grounding screw on the fixture itself that the ground from the incoming power is...
08-20-05, 08:21 PM
Replies: 1
Views: 713
Posted By seezar

Question want to rewire some shoplights, need assistance

I have 4 rows of shoplights in my basement. They are all on a dedicated breaker and are controlled by a single lightswitch.

What I would like to do is setup a 4 gang box so each row is controller...
08-19-05, 06:42 PM
Replies: 2
Views: 865
Posted By seezar

I'm not experiencing any problems and though...

I'm not experiencing any problems and though there is a chance of it causing interference I realize it probably wouldnt be noticeable if at all. If anything, my reason would be more cosmetic as it...
08-19-05, 06:33 PM
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Views: 865
Posted By seezar

is there a minimun distance to the basement floor for wiring?

I want to reroute wiring between 2 outlets in the basement.

Here is a picture of the setup of my ongoing structured wiring project:

http://www.seezar.com/pictures/wiring/wiring3.jpg
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Views: 913
Posted By seezar

I have to chime in here, I've found this to be...

I have to chime in here, I've found this to be one of the most helpful forums on the internet. None of the replies you received were flames in any way, just people trying to be helpful based on your...
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Views: 46,488
Posted By seezar

The four wires you see are for 2 separate lines...

The four wires you see are for 2 separate lines (each phone line uses 1 pair) Since you only have 1 pair coming into the house, the other pair is not used for anything.

I've found this site...
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Posted By seezar

This "data" cable that goes from the phone jack...

This "data" cable that goes from the phone jack to your DSL modem is simply a phone cable, there really is nothing special about it. Any phone cable that has rj-11 jacks on both ends will work.
07-29-05, 10:24 AM
Replies: 16
Views: 19,143
Posted By seezar

I'm not an expert by any means, but I've spent...

I'm not an expert by any means, but I've spent alot of time on this site and doing my own research on electric.

Basically it boils down to even if that 14ga short run can handle 20A without a...
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Views: 829
Posted By seezar

Your internet bandwidth looks fine. If you are...

Your internet bandwidth looks fine. If you are running win xp then I'd do as what was suggested and upgrade to at least 256mb of ram. Win xp does alot of disk swapping with only 128megs.
07-25-05, 06:09 PM
Replies: 2
Views: 794
Posted By seezar

Thanks, I ended up finding the problem going with...

Thanks, I ended up finding the problem going with your advice. My assumption with this was that the light switches were in the middle of the circuit and I had outlets on both ends of the circuit that...
Replies: 2
Views: 1,213
Posted By seezar

You can use RJ-45 jacks for phone as a phone plug...

You can use RJ-45 jacks for phone as a phone plug will fit into them but I would really advise against that and use RJ-11 jacks (they will still hold up to 3 lines).

Reason being is that even...
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Views: 1,267
Posted By seezar

I just rewired my house for phone and ethernet...

I just rewired my house for phone and ethernet (coax is run as well just not terminated yet).

Now, the questions is how are the builders running your phone lines? Are they running seperate runs...
07-22-05, 10:57 AM
Replies: 2
Views: 794
Posted By seezar

Odd issue with 2 switched lights

I have an odd problem with a couple lights. In my downstairs hallway there is a ceiling light controlled by one switch. In the upstairs hallway there is also a ceiling light but that one is...
Replies: 5
Views: 990
Posted By seezar

Cat5 cable wouldnt be a different gauge wire than...

Cat5 cable wouldnt be a different gauge wire than the phone cable you already have. Cat5 is 24 guage. In fact if your phone cable happens to be really old it could actually be 22 guage wire(thicker)...
07-21-05, 09:38 PM
Replies: 3
Views: 936
Posted By seezar

Check the outlet just before the one that isnt...

Check the outlet just before the one that isnt working, problem could be there.
Replies: 5
Views: 990
Posted By seezar

Also, the wiring scheme on cat5 does not match up...

Also, the wiring scheme on cat5 does not match up to the same colors on telephone cable.

The correct wiring diagram is as follows:


white with blue = green = tip
white with orange = ...
Replies: 5
Views: 990
Posted By seezar

cat5 cable will work in this application but as...

cat5 cable will work in this application but as what is said it isnt going to gain you any benefit unless the current wiring is somehow faulty.
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