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Old 10-22-2010, 06:49 PM   #16
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It is a well water pump switch. The neighbor has one and I wish I did.

It says 220 on the label, I know you can see that.

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230...... 1/3 HP. lol. Nice 180* turn-around, irc....

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Okay everyone, thanks for the responses. Now that you point out the well, I feel a bit foolish...

Anyway, I guess I'll be digging this up in the spring. And I'll be careful not to dig through the wires.

Oh, also no idea what "NEC" means.
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Okay everyone, thanks for the responses. Now that you point out the well, I feel a bit foolish...

Anyway, I guess I'll be digging this up in the spring. And I'll be careful not to dig through the wires.

Oh, also no idea what "NEC" means.
NEC is the National Electric Code... basically all the minimum rules and guidelines you must follow when doing electrical work
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Old 10-26-2010, 06:06 AM   #20
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BEFORE YOU DIG, TURN OFF THE BREAKER CONTROLLING THE SUBMERSIBLE PUMP - you've got lots to learn about owning a house so no sense electrocuting yourself before you learn more don't be afraid to ask questions, either,,, most of us got learned from others - VERY few of us learn anything by ourselves

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