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Old 08-19-2008, 10:15 AM   #16
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Thanks to all you guys for the quick reponse and the geat ideas. I had plenty of 12/2 left from the reno, so I decided to run two dedicated lines just in case. I know the 12/3 would have been good, but would have to go out and buy it. I used what I had. Thanks so much to all..
I would agree with you, If I knew you had it left over I would of stated to do the same. no need for the added expense. Good luck. BOB

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Man, you guys are a tough friggin' crowd.
"Petey, please be careful giving advice such as this. You are 180 degrees off on this as Chris stated."
Speedy petey, I tried to get him to be more safe, not less so. At the worst, he would have had an excess conductor. I have one brain f*rt and....
It's nice that we have a group of talented experts to help each other out..... pete
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Old 08-19-2008, 05:42 PM   #18
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Man, you guys are a tough friggin' crowd.
"Petey, please be careful giving advice such as this. You are 180 degrees off on this as Chris stated."
Speedy petey, I tried to get him to be more safe, not less so. At the worst, he would have had an excess conductor. I have one brain f*rt and....
It's nice that we have a group of talented experts to help each other out..... pete

Relax, it really was not that big a deal. Other than the info you posted...
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Really. I was just making a point.
You did err on the side of safety on this one, I'll admit, but what about next time. That's all I was saying.

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