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J. V. 03-23-2009 01:27 PM

Sub Panels Made Sticky
 
We get several questions each week and sometimes each day regarding sub panel installations.
Would it be possible to make a sticky post with the most important information, then we will not have to explain this procedure over and over again. Just the basics, then we can concentrate on each individual circumstance as needed.
Thanks John :thumbsup:

Gigs 03-23-2009 09:14 PM

If we are doign this, we could do a whole FAQ.

jbfan 03-24-2009 09:17 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Gigs (Post 249094)
If we are doign this, we could do a whole FAQ.

What we talk about then?:jester:

Termite 03-24-2009 10:16 AM

I moved this over here to the suggestion box so the boss man will see it!

J. V. 03-24-2009 11:49 AM

Just a suggestion. I think it would be helpful. IMHO.

YerDugliness 03-24-2009 03:59 PM

Yeah, a "Sub-Panel" Sticky!!
 
Good move, KCT! I have frequent questions regarding sub panels, read every thread regarding their usage, and also use the search feature. When I do that, I usually have to go through a whole slew of topics before I really find the few, if any, that are germane to the issue at hand.

I like the idea of ONE thread regarding "sub panels", post all your Q's right here, ladies and gents, no need to wade through irrelevant thread after irrelevant thread to find the info you need. It might become one mega-thread, but at least it would be a great place to start, and I think it would be more useful if it were a sticky-thread rather than a "read-only" FAQ.

Just my $.02 worth and in these economic times, that's not worth much (as if it ever were??)!!

Dugly :cool:


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