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Old 01-27-2012, 12:37 PM   #91
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Gentlemen I think it is time to quit playing with Jasin who frankly is google searching to get his answers and unfortunately has been successful trolling into the forum disrupting curiousbs' original question.

I would ask curiousb to start a new thread and direct our answers to his questions not the troll ...ignore him.

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You cannot argue with a troll there is no benefit from doing so ... as you have already seen he has a link or google answer to everything and cannot provide an accurate answer without rescinding it in his next post . His sole purpose here is to disrupt the forum.

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Old 01-27-2012, 01:20 PM   #92
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Wow this thread has my head really spinning but I think I am learning. Oh no I get it that's why my fridge died the outlet is saying 125v and my fridge says 120v. Damn I need to get a 125V fridge.
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I would ask curiousb to start a new thread and direct our answers to his questions not the troll ...ignore him.
No need to start a new thread I got my answer and made a decision. I am going to switch receptacle to a Nema 6-15 to be compliant with the 15A wiring I have in place. If I were to do it again I'd wire a dedicated 20A Nema 6-20 (240V @ 20A, 12AWG, 2 pole 20A breaker) outlet but that is more work than I care to take on for this.

As to all the folks with silly pointless comments, hit the trail. This thread should never have been more than 1 page. The useful responses get so buried in the cr*p that the forum gets serious diluted. This isn't a chat site. Its a forum.
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An outlet is ANY point in the electrical system that will use the electricity to feed something that is not part of the electrical system.

Receptacles are ONE type of outlet.

They are labeled "receptacles" on branch circuits or "receptacle outlets" NOT outlets. Article 210 NEC

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Gentlemen I think it is time to quit playing with Jasin who frankly is google searching to get his answers and unfortunately has been successful trolling into the forum disrupting curiousbs' original question.

I would ask curiousb to start a new thread and direct our answers to his questions not the troll ...ignore him.

For those wondering this forum has become one of the highest hit DIY forums on the internet because of the quality of members and the expertise of the members here.

You cannot argue with a troll there is no benefit from doing so ... as you have already seen he has a link or google answer to everything and cannot provide an accurate answer without rescinding it in his next post . His sole purpose here is to disrupt the forum.
Posting facts relevant to the discussion is not playing. Playing is what jproffer is doing.
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They are labeled "receptacles" on branch circuits or "receptacle outlets" NOT outlets. Article 210 NEC
Did you even read what I said?

Did you understand it? <---I think I see the problem here
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Did you even read what I said?

Did you understand it? <---I think I see the problem here
I am not interested in anything you have to say anymore.

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Then my job is done.

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