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05-16-17, 12:31 AM
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Posted By jefferson17

Hey Denver, Sorry - I thought I had posted...

Hey Denver,

Sorry - I thought I had posted a response earlier but this didn't seem to happen.

You can TOTALLY DO THIS. It will definitely be helpful to have help for the PVC portion. Try to...
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Posted By jefferson17

Do you have a link to the product you purchased?

Do you have a link to the product you purchased?
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Posted By jefferson17

I can only tell you my experience with waterfox...

I can only tell you my experience with waterfox for perhaps 2.5 - 3 years - sheer joy. Love it. I'll have to try 64 bit FF now that it's been around a while.
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Posted By jefferson17

>> I take it that your "gasp" is your opinion...

>> I take it that your "gasp" is your opinion that you dislike chrome/IE

LOL. Oh I like Chrome well enough. IE is ok I suppose; it was behind the times for a very long time. I don't see a...
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Posted By jefferson17

Are you using the DOCSYS features? If yes, I'm...

Are you using the DOCSYS features? If yes, I'm curious as to your experience.
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Posted By jefferson17

Purchased! Thanks for the heads-up. Now I...

Purchased! Thanks for the heads-up. Now I merely need to make time for it, if I can find the time to make the time to take the time. This could make for some cool reading while we're in Europe...
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Posted By jefferson17

>> I use Firefox. Off-topic - but you may...

>> I use Firefox.

Off-topic - but you may wish to consider trying out Waterfox (essentially a 64 bit firefox). FF now has 64 bit but that wasn't always the case and WF allowed me to enjoy all...
05-15-17, 07:17 PM
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Posted By jefferson17

Hi Chandler, Too funny! Actually, YES I...

Hi Chandler,

Too funny! Actually, YES I did mean to write "Outlets" and not "receptacles". The former is a term in common usage, with the same meaning as receptacle. You don't need to believe...
05-15-17, 06:48 PM
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Posted By jefferson17

>> You are correct, ARC Fault breakers are needed...

>> You are correct, ARC Fault breakers are needed in MA. I was going to grab some UF wire (https://www.lowes.com/pd/50-ft-12-2-...e-Roll/1098053)


IF (and If is the big question) the PVC jacketed...
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Posted By jefferson17

Hi Chandler, It's interesting that I'm the...

Hi Chandler,

It's interesting that I'm the only person who thinks that ACFI is worth mentioning or discussing - on a thread where the OP is clearly looking to modify and / or add a circuit? ...
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Posted By jefferson17

There are a LOT of Cadet 3 models. Is this the...

There are a LOT of Cadet 3 models. Is this the same? ...
05-15-17, 12:18 PM
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Posted By jefferson17

Actually PVC can and is used for cold water in...

Actually PVC can and is used for cold water in some areas. CPVC is required for hot water because of the max water temperature for PVC.

Wow! No kidding? Ok well I just learned something. ...
05-15-17, 11:42 AM
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Posted By jefferson17

Ok now I'M CONFUSED. So this is a vertical or...

Ok now I'M CONFUSED. So this is a vertical or horizontal WASTE LINE from your sink/shower/toilet that is leaking? Sorry but I totally assumed from what you wrote that the PVC pipes were supply...
05-15-17, 11:26 AM
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Posted By jefferson17

I meant the PVC Jacketed version of MC - thank...

I meant the PVC Jacketed version of MC - thank you for catching that.
05-15-17, 11:19 AM
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Posted By jefferson17

Please count me out of any more discussion on...

Please count me out of any more discussion on this thread (UN-subscribing). I've provided a lot of detail and support as to the relevant code and how it's interpreted by experts.

It seems to me...
05-15-17, 10:43 AM
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Posted By jefferson17

There are a few possible options, some of which...

There are a few possible options, some of which depend on what your municipality allows. There are special connectors required for each option. It's not a huge deal but you can fail an inspection...
05-15-17, 10:16 AM
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Posted By jefferson17

IMO, that is very pricey for PEX work. We've...

IMO, that is very pricey for PEX work. We've done a LOT of renovations have several houses and multiple rental units. Here is what I would call a generous estimate of costs for "Service 1 - 8...
05-15-17, 09:48 AM
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Posted By jefferson17

Ok so first it is great that things are back to...

Ok so first it is great that things are back to normal.

It looks to me like the primer/glue that you used may be the wrong type. If the "PVC" was a SUPPLY LINE" then it's typically CPVC, not...
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Posted By jefferson17

We've done a ton of renovations over the last 15...

We've done a ton of renovations over the last 15 years, and have multiple rental units. We want happy tenants and don't need late night calls about toilet issues. IMO, the best toilets are Toto. ...
05-15-17, 09:16 AM
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Posted By jefferson17

PJmax, With all due respect that is not...

PJmax,

With all due respect that is not correct - at least certainly not to my understanding and I've wired two houses pretty much from scratch with a best friend who's been a professional...
05-15-17, 05:39 AM
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Posted By jefferson17

Actually, the NEC code refers to receptacles as...

Actually, the NEC code refers to receptacles as "receptacles", "outlets" and "receptacle outlets". It is also true that the lights are "outlets". I thought I had differentiated clearly that the GFI...
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Posted By jefferson17

You could indeed use Silicone. It would be a...

You could indeed use Silicone. It would be a permanent fix and will actually withstand even ponding water. I can say this from personal experience - we had a bunch of bees that decided to make...
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Posted By jefferson17

>> Note: technically, you are supposed to change...

>> Note: technically, you are supposed to change the breaker to a 15 amp ARC FAULT once you modify it
>> Only if his locale is under the latest NEC edition.


It's likely his locale would. Most...
05-15-17, 04:41 AM
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Posted By jefferson17

Totally cool that you found it. A GFI isn't...

Totally cool that you found it. A GFI isn't required for the lighting in the bathroom so you may be able to replace that, if it doesn't protect any other application that would require GFI...
05-15-17, 04:32 AM
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Views: 965
Posted By jefferson17

The OP's in VA, right? Why would we wish to...

The OP's in VA, right? Why would we wish to dismiss out of hand something that could be quite literally a code violation, and result in a possible safety hazard or worse? This isn't about a...
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