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    sckeethPosted new reply in Electrical2/22/2008, 8:21 AM

    Well I went back and continued my search for all j-boxes and and checked everything associated with these two circuits. When I took out the receptacles 11 out of 12 of them eit...

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    sckeethPosted new reply in Electrical2/20/2008, 10:27 PM

    My mistake I mis read that yes there are 3 wire homeruns. Sorry for the confusion.

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    sckeethPosted new reply in Electrical2/20/2008, 8:56 PM

    To answer sportbilly the voltages from what I saw were fine both sides were 120. 220/221 there are no 3 wire homeruns and all the neutral connections in the panel were solid I c...

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    sckeethPosted new reply in Electrical2/20/2008, 11:19 AM

    if it was a fault on the poco side more than the 1 circuit would be affected.

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    sckeethPosted new reply in Off Topic (Non Trade)2/20/2008, 9:44 AM

    Im only 10% gay, you guys who got more are a bunch of homos! just kidding about that homo part.

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    sckeethPosted new reply in Landscaping2/20/2008, 9:35 AM

    I had my slopes at my house done twice and it was great except for the fact that the weeds outgrew the the grass and wildflower mix and choked everthing out, and the 500 dollar ...

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    sckeethPosted new reply in Electrical2/20/2008, 8:49 AM

    What I should of stated in my first post is that while I have been doing this for years (short compared to most here) I have never ran into this situation before. I have only r...

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    sckeethPosted new reply in Electrical2/19/2008, 11:02 PM

    That possibly could be why everything is "fine" I pulled off all the wire nuts and re twisted everything so that could be the reason everything is fine. At least for the moment ...

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    sckeethPosted new reply in Electrical2/19/2008, 10:52 PM

    what would make the gfi burn like that and then once removed everything was fine. I have never seen anything like that before have you.

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    220/221Posted new reply in Electrical2/22/2008, 6:53 PM

    My question is if there was a loose connection in the service wouldn't the whole house have a problem not just one circuit. I'd say yes, unless the stars were aligned jus...

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    JamesNLAPosted new reply in Electrical2/15/2008, 9:17 PM

    I enjoy keeping my nose clean (and a few other parts as well). I honestly just can't stand most of the trash that lingers in the bars. And besides I have a wife who can inflic...

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    sckeethPosted new reply in Electrical2/12/2008, 7:58 AM

    They bought the house that way. That's how they got a good deal for 650k.

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    sckeethPosted new reply in Electrical2/11/2008, 8:55 AM

    And the best is if you need more outlets, just remove the GFI and hard wire in a plug strip. And if you want to add a outlet for a microwave just run an extension cord through y...

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    sckeethPosted new reply in Electrical2/11/2008, 8:51 AM

    Then in the kitchen, he took out the gfi's on the counters and hard wired the hockey puck lights by running them in the wall and into the box.

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    mickeycoPosted new reply in Electrical7/26/2008, 6:18 PM

    Something I never knew. Rhode Island reciprocates with North Dakota. :blink: Thank goodness, because there's a lot of electricians back and forth between Rhode Island and North ...

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    sckeethPosted new reply in Vehicles1/25/2008, 9:09 AM

    Cole My range is around 30k-60k. No, I have not been there yet, don't know what areas to really look in. I found a real estate agent who sent me a bunch of listings but have no...

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    sckeethPosted new reply in Vehicles1/23/2008, 9:02 PM

    Hey cole I see you are from Dallas where are some decent areas there. I'm looking to buy a condo or two. If we get one I will be calling you for some work.

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    sckeethPosted new reply in Business1/23/2008, 8:46 PM

    The bonding I believe is 150 to 200 bucks for two years. I have a GL for 1 million for 1,000 bucks per year. And don't forget about registering your DBA with the city that's...

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    sckeethPosted new reply in Electrical1/17/2008, 5:45 PM

    ''He throws in Which is good if you don't plan on working there all the time." What I meant was if you are going to only work in that city one time and didn't want to by a 125 d...

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    sckeethPosted new reply in Electrical1/17/2008, 9:29 AM

    I am in so. cal and I did a house in Burbank, I called the city and they told me that I could pay .70 cents per 1,000 for a one time license fee. Which is good if you don't pla...

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