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Old 03-20-2008, 04:00 PM   #151
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Old 03-20-2008, 09:03 PM   #152
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The thread...with the moderators permission, should keep it in electrical. I have an electrical question.

Should recps be installed ground up or ground down. What about baseboard recps...neutral up or down. Enquiring minds want to know. I am so confused. Will some pro out there help me!!!


See, still electrical.

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Old 03-20-2008, 09:06 PM   #153
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Taipans, sir. The whole thread needs read to truly enjoy it. I someone would have told me three months ago that I'd be under a nurses "care". I'd of said you were crazy!!!

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Old 03-20-2008, 09:09 PM   #154
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Keep it on topic, or I'll move the unrelated threads into offtopic forum with a new title.
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Old 03-20-2008, 09:24 PM   #155
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I also find it fascinating that the most respected member on the electrical forum was kind enough to post the (innocent" pics with no problem.) Please feel free to PM me with where the "offense" has taken place.

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Old 03-20-2008, 09:34 PM   #156
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Please Read section 3E of this site ToS.

Here I will even link you to it.

http://www.diychatroom.com/faq.php?f...om_faq#faq_tos
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Old 03-20-2008, 09:37 PM   #157
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much simpler to close it....tomorrow I'll be calmer.
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First, a quick shout-out to all my good buds... Thanks for keepin' all the happy thoughts going (and coming)....

jb, hopefully I'll be in your neighborhood fairly soon, email to follow... .. Cowboy Andy, I agree with you about all Andys being good-lookin', and I'm gonna' throw in 'all around good guys'. I have yet to have one prove that wrong...
Stubbie, call me anytime you're around..... and thanks again.

I guess you could say we covered a little carpentry in this thread, what with all the "banging" and "nailing", but as far as I'm concerned, it started with and is still about all things electric. To my new friend (hopefully) Ron the Plumber, if you moved us from where we're at, I'd lose touch with all these great people who have come together for a little bit of reading about lucky happy-making real-life good stuff. Have a heart, guy... Ours was always in the right place. If someone's been offended I'm truly sorry, but you can't deny that the great people in this forum have enjoyed watching this project unfold. And I think it's because there's a piece of all of us in this.... Think of all the good stories out there just waiting to happen, bringing the cool people together. We all want to see and be a part of something happy, that's human nature. Can't we all just relax and enjoy the good stuff, brought about by the good guys and gals that make up this site? Pretty please???


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While it's possible that this thread has broken a record, the only record I care about is the one we broke last Friday night... That definitely involved electricity..... (wait... do batteries count??) Had to get that in there....
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Keep it on topic, or I'll move the unrelated threads into offtopic forum with a new title.

Captain Killathread is here.

What a freaking buzz killer. This is the coolest thread on the internet. You should feel privileged to be part of it.


The grounds are down in AZ with the exception of the switched outlets which are up to identify them.

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LOL, not to be the light of reason on this love struck thread. But I think Ron the Plumber was going to "move" this thread and all its responses to the "off topic" forum. Which means it can still be used and seen by all the members of DIY:Chatroom.

I can't find anywhere he said he was going to delete it, move to to the moon where no one can post, or even lock it.

No one needs to get upset, forum mods are suppose to keep things in order.
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Old 03-21-2008, 06:54 AM   #161
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This thread is in violations of the ToS as stated, and as of now it is closed.

Your welcome to create a new thread in the off topic forum to continue.

If you or anyone on here feel my actions was unjust then feel free to contact Nathan (Admin) of this site, and have a talk with him about it. If my action on this thread are found to be unjustified then it will be unlocked by the site Administrator.

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All unrelated post on this topic had been moved to Offtopic found here


Love Potion #9

If the title is not good let me know I'll change it, if there is others post need to be moved please tell me I'll move them.
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This thread is now opened up, please keep it on topic, all off topic post need to be posted in off topic forum

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Wow Ron... that was a lot of work on your part. Thanks for the effort!
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