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    15 KVA ISOLATION TRANSFORMER GROUNDING

    HELLO TO ALL. I HAVE ATTEMPTED TO UPLOADED A COUPLE OF FILES TO CLARIFY WHAT I AM TRYING TO UNDERSTAND BUT BEING PROMPTED THEY ARE TO BIG. IF ANYONE CAN SHOW ME ANOTHER WAY, I WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATIVE. THANKS.

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    What kind of files are you trying to upload? Maybe you can provide a link instead of the files. I think that your Shift key is stuck.
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    trying to send links to images

    Quote Originally Posted by infinity View Post
    What kind of files are you trying to upload? Maybe you can provide a link instead of the files. I think that your Shift key is stuck.
    file:///C:/Users/tld38/Desktop/15%20KVA%20TRANSFORMER.pdf
    file:///C:/Users/tld38/Desktop/15%20KVA%20TRANSFORMER%20GROUNDING.pdf

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    Your links did not work. Are these personal files or can you point us to a place on the internet where we can view the information?
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    15 kva isolation transformer

    Quote Originally Posted by infinity View Post
    Your links did not work. Are these personal files or can you point us to a place on the internet where we can view the information?
    Hi Infinity, I was able to copy and paste on the links I posted then I was able to open them in new window. I did reply to moderator of this forum for any other suggestions as to be able to do this. as I stated in an earlier post, My file was 420kb, which is larger than the allowed 140kb on this forum. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tld38 View Post
    file:///C:/Users/tld38/Desktop/15%20KVA%20TRANSFORMER.pdf
    file:///C:/Users/tld38/Desktop/15%20KVA%20TRANSFORMER%20GROUNDING.pdf
    Those links point directly to files on your computer's hard drive. Your browser knows to try to resolve a "file://" link directly on your computer instead of through the Internet. Others cannot do this!
    You apparently tried to use the "insert from URL" option instead of "insert from file". The latter requires the Forum to download and host the file, which it will not do for large files.

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    Just snap a photo of the file and post it that way.
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    15 KVA ISOLATION TRANSFORMER GROUNDING

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    Quote Originally Posted by tld38 View Post
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    I moved this here, please post comments in this thread instead of opening a new one.
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    15 kva isolation transformer grounding

    The sketch image appeared upright before I uploaded, but after upload it showed image rotated 180 degrees. Not sure what caused this, sorry.

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