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Old 05-15-2011, 05:19 PM   #136
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Dude, I had a lot of fun and zero frustration. It's like a puzzle. Not bad for a guy who used to wear yellow dishwashing gloves, eh?

How much would the bill be if I hired an electrician to do what we just did?

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Old 05-15-2011, 05:26 PM   #137
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I agree Cowboy. I’m sure other readers were snickering at us going back-n-forth with the posts. A lot of things went right and fell into place.

Good job Mike. Glad it worked out & you had fun. Good learning experience, eh?

Don’t know how much a service call would have cost you…maybe a hundred or so. Depends on the area. My bill is pay it forward.
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Guys, if you private message me your addresses, I will send you a gift from Amazon or somewhere.

Thanks again. My next project is to install a light switch timer so my porch light will turn on and off daily by itself.

I am still trying to figure out what the home builder was thinking when they did the wiring to this GFCI.
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I am still trying to figure out what the home builder was thinking when they did the wiring to this GFCI.
So am I. Chalk it up to '**it happens'. Good luck with the timer project.

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