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  1. Well I guess you have to install a code compliant...

    Well I guess you have to install a code compliant light fixture that will work with the customers specs.
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    Looks like the switches were in an existing wall...

    Looks like the switches were in an existing wall that someone removed and just jury rigged the rest.
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    I could only guess.... Maybe when the technician...

    I could only guess.... Maybe when the technician made up the equipment they left their plyers/ cutters at home and couldn't cut the conductors to their proper length?:)
  4. Like Ok Larry Fine said. Just remove the white...

    Like Ok Larry Fine said.
    Just remove the white portion of the housing stick your tiny hands in there remove the access cover to the j-box portion of he housing and pull the splices through the...
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    Nice catch!! I forgot to add that part. That is...

    Nice catch!!
    I forgot to add that part.
    That is how I usually trouble shoot them.
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    We are expected to disconnect and reconnect the...

    We are expected to disconnect and reconnect the service drop.
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    From my experience the intermittent trip is...

    From my experience the intermittent trip is usually caused by a neutral ground fault.
    Over tightened clamps, pinched neutrals, not necessarily down to the copper.
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    I believe I came across the same scenario about...

    I believe I came across the same scenario about three years ago. All the equipment grounds were black. The panel was located in the basement.
  9. Use them on F/A and emergency light circuits all...

    Use them on F/A and emergency light circuits all the time.
  10. Maybe you/ contractor could fur out the wall or...

    Maybe you/ contractor could fur out the wall or just move the electrical panel forward enough to clear the plumbing?
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    They were popular in some of the developments in...

    They were popular in some of the developments in my area in the 60's.
    Fun to chase out, they electricians would install them in ceiling boxes, switch boxes and troughs.
    A lot of them would burn out...
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    I would have installed all GFCI CB's on the right...

    I would have installed all GFCI CB's on the right as well, extend the neutrals if necessary to remake right angles.
    I don't know about hack, probably too lazy to get some thwn from the truck.
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    I was a "square D only" about 20+ years ago. One...

    I was a "square D only" about 20+ years ago. One time I needed to do a service replacement on the fly. The closet distributor carried Siemens. The design was so much more practical than the square D...
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    There was only one electrical supply house in the...

    There was only one electrical supply house in the area that carried square d. I was told that they couldn't carry other brands or square d would shut them off.
    The supply house just closed it's...
  15. Y:)You beat me to my point.

    Y:)You beat me to my point.
  16. Most tile heat programmable T-stats can be...

    Most tile heat programmable T-stats can be programmed to sense ambient air temp.

    The tile may not have to be torn up. Standard procedure when a sensor fails is to cut out the group line and set...
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    If he wants it to be cord connected couldn't he...

    If he wants it to be cord connected couldn't he just box the whip and add a cord. (I know it would be a bit combersom though)
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    I need to pay better attention. I missed the main...

    I need to pay better attention. I missed the main part on the first post.
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    I was Square D electrician, I started use the...

    I was Square D electrician, I started use the Eaton BR series a few years ago. I like the smaller AFCI CB's, they are easy to work with and readily available in 90 perscent of the supply houses in my...
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    I apologise, no code reference. I mount...

    I apologise, no code reference. I mount electrical meters on remote pedestals often hundreds of feet away and never worried about a separate disconnect. Maybe you would need a separate disconnect if...
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    I tried to edit before your response :)

    I tried to edit before your response :)
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    P&S Ooops. P&S trip after being energized the...

    P&S
    Ooops.
    P&S trip after being energized the first time not re-energized.
  23. Yeah baby!:thumbsup:

    Yeah baby!:thumbsup:
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    CFL's can do the same

    CFL's can do the same
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    I thought that at first too. It may be an...

    I thought that at first too.
    It may be an optical illusion they seem to be on lined up properly on the clapboard.
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