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Old 03-12-2011, 07:48 AM   #46
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Originally Posted by Stubbie View Post
And to this day I have never had a problem finding my way out of a bathroom with the lights out....
Sorry, nothing constructive to add, but LOL!!!


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Old 03-12-2011, 03:25 PM   #47
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ok, thanks, i am really wet behind the ears with this forum stuff. will do.
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Old 02-01-2015, 03:07 PM   #48
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Hello, from new member

I know this is an old post, so sorry to resurrect it on here (although Google pulled it up right away with my search keywords). It was helpful enough to make me want to join the forums. I know the NEC code has even been updated since this old post but I really appreciate the back-and-forth between knowledgeable posters that always help to sharpen everyone's insight and is a win/win for readers searching for help. I was happy to see that even the main topic posters learned some things from each other along the way even though they have been in the industry for years. It's always good to challenge "the way it has always been done" when regulations are constantly being updated. Also, I have been in the telecom installation business for 15+ years and have likewise seen changes in standards come about on a regular basis for the work I do, so I know how important it is to try to stay on top of the constantly changing regulations/standards. I like to consider myself an avid DIY'r mainly because I enjoy the work/challenge of making something myself. I also don't want to pay someone to do something I could easily do without "professional" assistance. I know that many things require experts and I'll gladly hand those over but for more basic things - I want to DIY every time.

I also wanted to single out Stubbie, InPhase277 and idoelectric for their individual inputs to this post. Very helpful and constructive.

~Still Learning


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