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Old 01-03-2011, 03:48 PM   #16
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no wiring for the central vacuum


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Old 01-03-2011, 03:53 PM   #17
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no wiring for the central vacuum


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=General;561844]The difference is that you said the OP wasn't willing to do it correctly and buy the $213 devide because he wasn't willing to pay to have it wired. I refuted that by saying it might cost a lot more than $213 to rewire it, he could do it correctly with the linked to device for $213.
No, I didn't say that. You said an x-10 device was somehow less proper than a $213 device, which is not necessarily true. YOU said the OP may balk at the cost of spending more than $213 yet YOU said:

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"Some people are willing to pay in order to do something correctly instead of with makeshift items pieced together."


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This just happened minutes ago, pay more attention to what you post...
how about you hopping off the horse. It's pretty high.

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Sure it would be much different.
No, it wouldn't. Both are simple remote controlled relays.


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Not when the recommended equipment both switched the power supply which could be harmful to the vacuum and isn't sized correctly to even be used with a central vacuu
m.obviously the user would have to make sure they used equipment designed to carry whatever load is present. You got those specs on hand? So far OP hasn't tossed out any numbers. as to switching the power to the vacuum; isn't the the intent? If it can harm the vacuum, how about posting something that will support that claim.

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