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PJmax: thanks for your reply and comments. I...

PJmax: thanks for your reply and comments. I appreciate the clarification on the amperage. Also, the subwoofer is powered with 150 Watts.

manden: the fuse is clear, but I believe it is a...
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Posted By sab11

Subwoofer Fuse and Fuse holder

I have a subwoofer and it blew a fuse. I also managed to crack the holder while installing a new fuse.

I am planning to replace the fuse and install a new fuse holder.

the fuse is 2.5a and...
01-31-16, 08:10 PM
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Posted By sab11

I am looking at 2 zones, each with its own...

I am looking at 2 zones, each with its own transformer as they are on opposite side of the house. Each zone will run approximately 4 lights and will be mostly up-lighting trees although there is a...
01-31-16, 08:36 AM
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Posted By sab11

Landscape Lighting/Transformer Quality Brand

I am looking to do some landscape lighting this summer and am having some difficulty finding information on what brand offers decent quality products. All the brands I have come across so far seem...
12-28-15, 08:15 AM
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Posted By sab11

After reviewing all the information I sent them,...

After reviewing all the information I sent them, the company agreed that the heating cable appears to be functioning fine and it is likely a "nuisance tripping" issue.

They sent me a...
11-19-15, 02:01 PM
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Posted By sab11

Another update.. I used a 500 VDC megger and...

Another update..

I used a 500 VDC megger and checked the insulation resistance:

1) between black and ground - Greater than 550 MOhms
2) between white and ground - Greater than 550 MOhms

It...
11-13-15, 09:38 AM
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Posted By sab11

A bit of an update.. I heated my floor up to...

A bit of an update..

I heated my floor up to 82 F (28 C) today and checked the resistances, usually I run it at 77 F (25 C) but figured a higher temp may help expose a problem if there is one. I...
11-12-15, 11:29 AM
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Posted By sab11

I agree about the end-of-life vagueness. I asked...

I agree about the end-of-life vagueness. I asked the company about it and was not told much beyond a generic statement.

I have switched the 2 thermostats and the 240V system continues to trip the...
11-12-15, 10:59 AM
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Posted By sab11

The original thermostat was also an Easy heat...

The original thermostat was also an Easy heat warm tiles thermostat. It was a GT-2 model which was the model made prior to the FG one I have in there now.

That original thermostat just randomly...
11-11-15, 09:21 PM
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Posted By sab11

All the trouble shooting I have done has been...

All the trouble shooting I have done has been when the floor is cold. I will test out the resistance values when the floor is warm and see if there is a difference.

The thermostat is a FG...
11-11-15, 05:56 PM
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Posted By sab11

Thanks for you reply PJmax. I used at...

Thanks for you reply PJmax.

I used at Mastercraft Digital Multimeter (Product #52-0060-2 from canadian tire in canada).

It's highest ohms setting is 2000K which is what I used when testing for...
11-11-15, 04:08 PM
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Posted By sab11

Thanks for your reply ibpooks. I used the...

Thanks for your reply ibpooks. I used the existing thermostat sensor that is already under the tile. I made the assumption it would function with the new thermostat(same brand, just newer model...
11-11-15, 12:19 PM
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Posted By sab11

In-floor heating thermostat GFCI problem

I have a 240V dedicated circuit installed in my bathroom for in-floor heating. I have a GFT 2118 cable kit from warmtiles installed under tile. It was installed in 2009 and ran perfectly until 2015...
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