It's plugged into one side. It was a bit tight and I didn't want to break it. :whistlingWhat's the black wire going to?
That's only because I pulled it apart and installed it the correct way. This guy had no clue how to do it properly. :laughing:
Funny you mention that. I''ve been on the web all morning and can't seem to find the correct tape for that application. I think it has to be rated for "won't melt when Red Green installs your electrical system" or some thing like that.Just needs a little tape:blink:
On your way up..... Just for discussion sake... unless you (your home)were wired within the last code cycle, I doubt you are "up to code".Look man, if that's not up to code, then I'm gonna need an electrician to come rewire my house ASAP
Agree with ya bubba :thumbsup:.... Still like to ***** though... the regulatory commisions won't listen/repond.:clap:MTN, you reminded me of those old Dennis Miller sets: "Now I don't want to go off on a rant here"
Good stuff. Anyway, your point is interesting and well taken, although I would also agree that the overall system of codes is on average a good thing that contributes mightily to the general welfare, even if it overshoots the mark sometimes