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    Exactly. I have one as a back-up to my volt...

    Exactly.
    I have one as a back-up to my volt con. but I still would use it.
  2. Ditto- Low vo guys generally know nothing about...

    Ditto-
    Low vo guys generally know nothing about running conduit. They use those offset couplings because they don't know how to use a bender amongst other things.
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    Ok so what is so bad about the wiggy?:?

    Ok so what is so bad about the wiggy?:?
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    You ever think that those could be used...

    You ever think that those could be used internally for a sign or some other signaling device.
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    And what is wrong with that. There are legitimate...

    And what is wrong with that. There are legitimate uses for those.
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    Electrical shock can do many things. You don't...

    Electrical shock can do many things.
    You don't have to visually see damage for there to be damage or symptoms. So many think you need to see burns.
    You don't

    You can wake up the next day and...
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    AFCI breakers are known to be warm due t the...

    AFCI breakers are known to be warm due t the electronics in them.
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    Bridgeport makes these. ...

    Bridgeport makes these.

    http://www.bptfittings.com/Home/ProductDetail?id=00781747944562



    No confusion as to what they are intended for.
    Tell the overzealous inspector to pound sand. (...
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    What you did is perfectly acceptable, My...

    What you did is perfectly acceptable,
    My question is do you really need separate circuits. There is a potential that someone may get caught off guard by two circuits on a single strap and have some...
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    some AFCI breakers do not have any GFI sensing...

    some AFCI breakers do not have any GFI sensing and will allow shared neutrals Or you can use a 2 pole version.
    This is for cubicles in a non dwelling and are not required.
    I have heard many AFCI...
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    A faceless GFCI... :lol:

    A faceless GFCI...
    :lol:
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    Something could have faulted line to line. ,only...

    Something could have faulted line to line. ,only tripped one leg. This happens sometime with a two pole common trip. Then when the main was opened it was reset.
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    Yes that is correct. part of it is in that oval...

    Yes that is correct. part of it is in that oval box on the cord
  14. Basically no switch, The switch is just wired for...

    Basically no switch, The switch is just wired for power no switch leg.
    Could be Zwave or ?

    I could not find a violation. I was just thinking of some motion sensors that require a switch to turn...
  15. Don't know what brand module. Cannot see behind...

    Don't know what brand module. Cannot see behind canopy.
    I don't think there is a violation.
  16. Yes , The neutral and Grounding conductor must be...

    Yes , The neutral and Grounding conductor must be separate at a sub panel. The grounding conductor cannot carry current except in a Fault condition. That is why you must now run a new wire to the...
  17. I am confused, You are in Spain. They have 120v...

    I am confused, You are in Spain. They have 120v receptacles? Thought all was 220 or something.


    Your profile states you are a Engineer, what type may I ask. Electrical?
  18. Yes that works when the dimmer is in the switch. ...

    Yes that works when the dimmer is in the switch.
    The installation I am speaking of is where there is a remote module placed in the fixture canopy or space in the fixture box itself.
    There is no...
  19. Dimming or switching modules - disconnect switch

    I was wondering about the proper use of box mounted dimming or switching modules in a fixture canopy. If you were to use these new wireless modules to provide dimming and switiching of wall sconces...
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    Damage of Electrical equipment can be a problem. ...

    Damage of Electrical equipment can be a problem.
    I have seen failed switchgear , burned neutrals, burned breakers. Can I prove beyond doubt it was the harmonics. probably not. Just my experience.
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    There is nothing wrong with those t stats. Don't...

    There is nothing wrong with those t stats. Don't know whom told you this.


    To each his own



    Right on. That could be the issue. or wired incorrectly .
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    Really only one device can transmit at a time....

    Really only one device can transmit at a time. seems odd.
  23. yes agreed. Gee another make it up as you go...

    yes agreed.

    Gee another make it up as you go code enforcer.

    Why have a code.
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    The CA test is not as tough as some of the...

    The CA test is not as tough as some of the Masters tests out there.
    Heck the General electricians test is open book from my understanding.
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    What brings you to this epiphany?

    What brings you to this epiphany?
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