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    I have a corded Milwaukee deep cut band saw (...

    I have a corded Milwaukee deep cut band saw ( made pre Milwaukee ChiCom ownership), and a Milwaukee 18V model, like them both but the 18V is the go to tool just because of being ready to use if the...
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    Anyone who comes after you should be thankful...

    Anyone who comes after you should be thankful there are no surprises in the future. Critters/creatures/insects don't belong in there.
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    If the location is allowed by the NEC, what about...

    If the location is allowed by the NEC, what about flat cable under carpet squares?
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    The bus stabs are similar, the width of the CH &...

    The bus stabs are similar, the width of the CH & QO frame breakers are the same, the only difference is the way they attach to the rail. Not a example of good workmanship in the OP's photo, the rust...
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    3-wire is acceptable for existing installations,...

    3-wire is acceptable for existing installations, installations done since the adoption of the 1996 NEC are required to be 4-wire, it was a change long overdue.
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    For a crazy price on a high AIC breaker, found...

    For a crazy price on a high AIC breaker, found this by accident, odd place to be selling them too.


    ...
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    One reason I like recessed w/ shower trims on...

    One reason I like recessed w/ shower trims on them, simple, & enclosed,+ out of the way.
  8. Our host here offers study materials, get it, &...

    Our host here offers study materials, get it, & hit the books when it arrives.


    http://www.mikeholt.com/
  9. Thread: soup wells

    by norcal
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    Are they cord & plug connected or hard wired? ...

    Are they cord & plug connected or hard wired? Would a serving line be classified as a kitchen? Or is a kitchen defined as a place where food is prepared? The last two questions are for the members...
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    I have used a pneumatic impact w/ a 1" socket a...

    I have used a pneumatic impact w/ a 1" socket a few times, did well for the few times tried it, the impact was handy as was the air supply, but could see the issue brought up by other posters though...
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    Came across a house that the dryer circuit was...

    Came across a house that the dryer circuit was run w/ 10/3 NM AL, but it was a low baller special, Zinsco/Sylvania service panel, & everything else as cheap as possible. It of course was inspected &...
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    Cord & plug connecting shutter fans.

    Can these shutter fans be cord & plug connected? Here is the product in question: http://www.grainger.com/product/DAYTON-Exhaust-Fan-1HLA5?functionCode=P2IDP2PCP They (3 of them) need to be...
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    Years ago at a apartment complex in Houston, TX...

    Years ago at a apartment complex in Houston, TX they used ENT to connect the A/C condensing units, never saw that before or since. :( Correct me if am wrong, but believe that unincorporated Harris...
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    If you call em "Marrettes" your most likely a...

    If you call em "Marrettes" your most likely a Canukistani, if you call em wirenuts, your not.:D
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    Does GE still use proprietary ballasts of their...

    Does GE still use proprietary ballasts of their own manufacture?
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    Try this:...

    Try this: http://jerrypeck.com/IFCN/Other%20It..._page-2014.pdf
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    Appliance or not it must be listed for cord and...

    Appliance or not it must be listed for cord and plug connection to use it that way

    And yes I know some areas ignore that.


    Pretty common around here to have cord and plug connected attic...
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    If it's 60 degree NM it is scrap metal IMO, white...

    If it's 60 degree NM it is scrap metal IMO, white NM-B is what I call "bootleg wire". :D
  19. I try to avoid ChiCom products but it's hard,...

    I try to avoid ChiCom products but it's hard, 'nuff said.
  20. Thread: Zinsco breaker

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    The bar had one-way screws & was used in early...

    The bar had one-way screws & was used in early Zinsco panels which IIRC were still using plated copper bus bars, that panel is much "newer" then that, because it has the infamous Zinsco aluminum...
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    The one on the left is a locking connector, the...

    The one on the left is a locking connector, the plug on the right is a TwistLock® plug. Like Romex®, Twistlock® is a registered trademark. :)



    A pin & sleeve plug is visible in the background...
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    Pretty much everything from Harbor Freight is...

    Pretty much everything from Harbor Freight is disposable.
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    For stainless perhaps suggesting buying a Harbor...

    For stainless perhaps suggesting buying a Harbor Freight KO set may be in order, if ruined no great loss unlike a Greenlee, or Klein, set.
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    Here is a 200A 2 gang Pushmatic panel list price...

    Here is a 200A 2 gang Pushmatic panel list price in the 1971 ITE Speedfax was $201.00


    http://i197.photobucket.com/albums/aa308/RFM959/Picture130.jpg
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    Bulldog Pushmatic, was the orginal name later,...

    Bulldog Pushmatic, was the orginal name later, ITE Pushmatic.
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