|12:32 PM - RobMcN mentioned RAL238 in post Another Attempt
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|01:25 PM - RAL238 mentioned Nealtw in post Re: How to separate bathroom fan and light
... a plastic box like Nealtw suggested would solv...
|03:21 PM - RAL238 mentioned user_12345a in post Re: GE Spectra JB600W0D1WW Range clock control
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|02:20 PM - milksnake12 mentioned RAL238 in post Re: Wire gauge and pipe width for shed
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|10:34 PM - RAL238 mentioned carmusic in post Re: Elliptical Machine - Panel sending too low voltage to resistance brake motor
I agree with carmusic. The chips don't lo...
|10:58 PM - ktownskier mentioned RAL238 in post Re: Outfitting a DIY'ers electrical tool kit
...ent multi-meter? RAL238 Which type of needl...
|12:14 AM - RAL238 mentioned LawnGuy in post Re: ITE 100 Amp Panel Arcing
...rance cable, what @LawnGuy LandSparky was sayin...
|07:03 PM - RAL238 mentioned LawnGuy in post Re: Wiring help - replacing old bathroom switches
... Follow the steps @LawnGuyLandSparky described ...
|11:37 PM - RAL238 mentioned CodeMatters in post Re: Plumbing current and grounding question
I agree with what CodeMatters suggested in post #3...
|09:16 PM - RAL238 mentioned Avery4 in post Re: Normal voltage drop under load?
...m the voltages that Avery4 has measured, I'd sa...
|11:06 PM - RAL238 mentioned curiousB in post Re: Is there such a thing as a "weak" circuit breaker?
... in my book. As curiousB said, it make sense ...
|04:22 PM - RAL238 mentioned brokenknee in post Re: Cell Booster Installation
I agree with @brokenknee . If you have a reas...
|08:28 AM - Richard Pryor mentioned RAL238 in post Re: Propane vs Electric
RAL238 gave great info with...
|12:57 PM - surferdude2 quoted RAL238 in post Re: high resistance neutral
Exception: Electronic contr...
|12:26 AM - melonade quoted RAL238 in post Re: high resistance neutral
Some electronic switches av...
|03:43 PM - rjniles quoted RAL238 in post Re: Changing 220 to 110
Of course, it all depends o...
|01:48 PM - eegeland quoted RAL238 in post Re: New microwaves (plural) blowing when plugged into certaini outlet
That's a double pole 240V b...
|01:43 PM - eegeland quoted RAL238 in post Re: New microwaves (plural) blowing when plugged into certaini outlet
If you have a multimeter, I...
|10:21 PM - surferdude2 quoted RAL238 in post Re: Need Help with 3 Way Switch Please
I'm pretty sure this is a H...
|11:04 AM - Eepok quoted RAL238 in post Re: Gas Range - Top Burners Sputter When Oven is On
For a gas range/oven, you s...
|03:55 PM - Metallo quoted RAL238 in post Re: Sagemcom Li-ion battery - How to recharge them?
...nger run time. Hi RAL238, This is the infor...
|08:59 PM - Metallo quoted RAL238 in post Re: Sagemcom Li-ion battery - How to recharge them?
You can't properly recharge...
|11:25 PM - RobMcN quoted RAL238 in post Re: two sets of two switches for two sets of lighting
This diagram that partly wo...
|11:55 AM - rcpaulsen quoted RAL238 in post Re: strange issue with voltage dectors...WHY?
A matter of inches is a tri...
|01:53 AM - Luke M quoted RAL238 in post Re: 220 night light
There are indeed splice con...
|09:47 PM - MTN REMODEL LLC quoted RAL238 in post Re: 220 night light
There are indeed splice con...
|12:38 PM - Moses2020 quoted RAL238 in post Re: Electrical engineer
If you're in NYC, you're re...
|02:17 PM - mesodumb quoted RAL238 in post strange issue with voltage dectors...WHY?
You're claiming it is large...
|09:18 AM - MTN REMODEL LLC quoted RAL238 in post Re: Breaker Trip from Lights
...reduce the load. Ral238... Don't breakers...
|03:40 AM - FrodoOne quoted RAL238 in post Re: Breaker Trip from Lights
Ok, that makes me think tha...
|01:23 PM - haroldmccormack quoted RAL238 in post Re: Multi wire circuit question ???
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|08:04 AM - CaptTom quoted RAL238 in post Re: Wiring burner sensor relay... legally
You can do what you need to...
|10:17 PM - WILL1E quoted RAL238 in post Re: Replacing a light fixture....
It would need to be a dimme...