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02-28-14, 10:50 AM
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Posted By naval194

I forgot, in case this makes a difference, I am...

I forgot, in case this makes a difference, I am in California - LA County - City of Hawthorne
What does AHJ stand for ?
02-28-14, 10:47 AM
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Posted By naval194

I only need 240v - I already have other 120v...

I only need 240v - I already have other 120v lines wired for the garage from the main panel

Thanks for the reply - the Conduit is an issue based on how my foundation is run, its would be a pain to...
02-28-14, 09:23 AM
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Views: 3,780
Posted By naval194

100 sub panel to attached garage

Hi,
I am sure this has been posted but so far I just keep seeing variations to my particular situation so I thought I would just ask.

I have an attached garage which is about 60 feet from my...
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Posted By naval194

I just read my lights in more detail, I believe...

I just read my lights in more detail, I believe the transformers are part of the recessed lighting, but do I need another one for the dimmer
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Posted By naval194

Transformer

Yes, the dimmer was for low voltage.
Transformer, hmmm, I don't have one, by your comment I am guessing I need one? Can you let me know how I should install it ?
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Posted By naval194

Recessed Lights keep flickering

Hello,
I have installed 5 - 75 watt electronic low voltage remodel recessed lights. I wired the lights with by tapping the ceiling fan so the power goes to the fixtures first, then we have a wire...
07-28-06, 07:00 PM
Replies: 4
Views: 864
Posted By naval194

Compatability Advise

Hi,
I recently installed a new American Standard heating system in my house in So. Cal and based on recent heat I was thinking of adding air. I live about a mile from the beach so I don't expect...
01-31-06, 10:54 AM
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Views: 889
Posted By naval194

Ground Wire

Hi,
Is there anyway to groud outlets without running the groud from the main breaker box? The breaker box and the garage are at the two opposite ends of my house. My house was built in the...
08-15-05, 12:43 PM
Replies: 2
Views: 1,293
Posted By naval194

Finding Structural Engineers

Hello,
I am thinking about tearing down some walls to open up my kitchen but I need to find an engineer to tell me if the walls are load bearing, how do I find one? I know I could call a general...
06-17-05, 08:52 AM
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Views: 1,074
Posted By naval194

Hey Jay, Thanks for the response. I figured...

Hey Jay,
Thanks for the response. I figured a new unit was the next step, I live in the LA area near the ocean so I am uncertain about installing a air unit. I have heard there are some dual...
06-15-05, 12:40 PM
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Views: 1,456
Posted By naval194

New Windows...but what kind

Hi,
I am looking to replace my windows in my 1950 home in California. I have seen a variety of windows but need honest advise. Are the cost of Fiberglass windows worth it compared with vinyl. ...
06-15-05, 12:36 PM
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Posted By naval194

Moving/Replace Furnace

Hi,
This is my first posting so be nice. I recently bought a 1950 house in California, I think it came with the original furnace. Additionally, I am hoping to move the unit into the garage. Is...
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