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    nice product. I always used the snap in type...

    nice product.
    I always used the snap in type from the other direction and usually worked fine. This will allow you to feed completely from inside the box not worrying about getting the connector in...
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    That lug is in need of replacement and other...

    That lug is in need of replacement and other damage may exist. Looks like it may have come loose when the wire was installed as the lug is twisted.

    POCO should be responsible for the wire , but...
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    Also Consider using the Alimiconn connectors and...

    Also Consider using the Alimiconn connectors and use the torque screwdriver. The are the only accepted connector by many insurance companies other than the old TYCO standard that you need to rent...
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    I think some of those electronic thermostats are...

    I think some of those electronic thermostats are pulsed width. That could be your problem. Many of those pulsed width have a continuous setting too.
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    I Don't know if I would accept patches unless...

    I Don't know if I would accept patches unless the roofer will provide the same long term warranty that came with the original roof.
  6. 20 year veteran of the electrical field!, well I...

    20 year veteran of the electrical field!, well I hope it was one of his workers that did it and not himself. ( really does not change much other than some piece of mind. )

    I suppose neither will...
  7. Looks to me like the only solution is to remove...

    Looks to me like the only solution is to remove and replace the conductors with new as per plan and standard practice. Was this ec a newbie or what. :?
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    It also is about knowing your tool. If you use it...

    It also is about knowing your tool. If you use it often you will get a feel for when the tool is giving a bogus result. Use the megger on known wires. or compare with another megger that is known to...
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    Partnerships and Corporate contruction entities...

    Partnerships and Corporate contruction entities are formed all the time. The license holder usually holds a great portion of the risk.
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    I thought I had a good Idea. I have a good repoir...

    I thought I had a good Idea. I have a good repoir with my inspectors. They would be pleased to back me up.
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    I like the idea of getting the AHJ involved. Just...

    I like the idea of getting the AHJ involved. Just be careful of the issue of code upgrades. Most insurance companies to not cover upgrades if not expressed in a additional rider on the policy. You...
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    When all else fails , Blame it on Voodoo or...

    When all else fails , Blame it on Voodoo or Gremlins. :p ;)
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    Because they think us sparkys are less then they...

    Because they think us sparkys are less then they are and we will just rip them off.
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    Lift the ground from all areas of the light. Make...

    Lift the ground from all areas of the light. Make sure no metal is touching the light. Then repeat with extension cord with no ground as a test.
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    Voodo that's it... So is this a new problem or...

    Voodo that's it...

    So is this a new problem or one that just surfaced?
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    Ok agreed for the most part. Yes the EC -...

    Ok agreed for the most part.

    Yes the EC - C-10 must only employ Certified electricians working on circuits over 50va ( I recall) . However there is no rule that states a General contractor needs...
  17. How is this any different than installing a...

    How is this any different than installing a laundry circuit. The homeowner may never install one.
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    Not really, The thread went in another direction....

    Not really, The thread went in another direction.

    I was wondering about Mud ring for the Lo Vo stuff and sleeve for the NM.
    I had always thought the chase was fire rated and could not have mud...
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    Did you use Tamper proof or a AFCI.... :lol: ...

    Did you use Tamper proof or a AFCI.... :lol:


    Oh yea NY still on the 2008!
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    I have seen fireplace chase fully drywalled and...

    I have seen fireplace chase fully drywalled and firetape, conduits sleeved . Never know why.
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    I wish. Thanks

    I wish.

    Thanks
  22. I don't know the percentages. A customer may not...

    I don't know the percentages. A customer may not have a phone company line but they may use a Cable phone or internet. Those can still feed through the hardwired lines.
    As you stated the code...
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    No. If we did that I'd be out of some of the...

    No.

    If we did that I'd be out of some of the service work I do during the off season around here.
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    Oh no, no help here today?:ohmy:

    Oh no, no help here today?:ohmy:
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    Agreed Agreed. Those backstabers...

    Agreed




    Agreed.

    Those backstabers keep me in biz during the slow non construction months.
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