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05-08-14, 11:43 AM
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Posted By mholland

Thanks for the tips guys. House is 2 stories...

Thanks for the tips guys.

House is 2 stories and ~2700 sq ft. I am thinking #8 wire for the compressor to be better safe than sorry. At this point, I don't have any idea of the actual compressor...
05-07-14, 07:22 PM
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Posted By mholland

2 or 3 Wire Romex for Central Air Condenser?

Hi,

I currently have the walls open around my main box for some renovations I am doing and while the walls are open, I want to pre-run wiring for adding central air in the future.

For the...
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Views: 2,107
Posted By mholland

While no first hand knowledge, I have heard that...

While no first hand knowledge, I have heard that the quality of dimmer matters to reduce/remove buzzing.

e.g., see the reviews for the expensive Lutron DVELV-300P here -> Lutron DVELV-300P-WH...
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Posted By mholland

Allowed to modify recessed lighting can?

Hi all,

I am working on installing some recessed lights in my kitchen. Unfortunately, the space between the drywall ceiling and the next floor is only 7 inches (no insulation) so I am forced to...
01-01-14, 10:17 AM
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Views: 831
Posted By mholland

Thanks

Thanks guys! An assumption I made that I didn't even realize was an assumption is what got me.

Turns out I had accidentally identified the power source as one of the switch cables. I corrected...
12-31-13, 12:57 PM
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Posted By mholland

Insight needed for wiring 2 fixtures and 2 switches to 1 source

Hi all,

I am new to electrical work and am replacing a bathroom fan which is on a switch loop. There is also a light fixture on another switch loop connected to the same power source. The fan...
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Views: 7,115
Posted By mholland

Success!

Hey Pilot Dane - Thanks for the tips, they were a big help.

I picked up a Dewalt angle grinder off amazon with some metal cutting wheels (was good timing as they have $25 off $100 for Dewalt stuff...
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Posted By mholland

How to remove stovepipe from ceiling?

Just moved into a house built in '61. The previous owner had removed a wood burning stove and covered the pipe in the ceiling with a decorative plate. I removed the decorative plate and the pipe in...
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