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  • Last Activity: Today 08:35 PM
  • Join Date: 11-09-2018
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09-02-2019
01:31 PM - Nefarious mentioned Wiredindallas in post Re: Grounding switch wires
Wiredindallas: I really don't hav...
04-07-2019
01:32 AM - gpraceman mentioned Wiredindallas in post Re: Neutrals/Grounds in Main Panel
@Wiredindallas - Room is a bit tig...
01-30-2019
12:55 AM - Mystriss mentioned Wiredindallas in post Re: Best way to light very long driveways
Wiredindallas Oh no, we had typic...
01-12-2019
03:12 AM - Mystriss mentioned Wiredindallas in post Re: Additional circuits?
@Wiredindallas Yeah, the well wen...
01-11-2019
10:22 AM - Mystriss mentioned Wiredindallas in post Re: Additional circuits?
@Wiredindallas oh I'll be running ...

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01-22-2020
08:59 PM - rjniles quoted Wiredindallas in post Re: No free neutral slot in GE sub panel
Doubt you can find a larger neutra...
07:23 PM - rjniles quoted Wiredindallas in post Re: Garage light, Deformable LED
The only thing that would make the...
01-20-2020
09:57 AM - miamicuse quoted Wiredindallas in post Re: Labeling circuits with multiple panels
Someone double tapped the meter ad...
09:47 AM - Beebad quoted Wiredindallas in post Re: What is the name of this type type of breaker?
You can use the hook version only ...
01-06-2020
09:04 PM - surferdude2 quoted Wiredindallas in post Re: Ground wire exposed - ideas about this?
It is safe to disconnect the wire ...
12-29-2019
07:33 PM - surferdude2 quoted Wiredindallas in post Re: Underground Conduit - 360 Rule
A professional practice is to use ...
07:32 PM - mikeyp78 quoted Wiredindallas in post Re: Underground Conduit - 360 Rule
Oversize the conduit on long runs....
12-24-2019
02:14 PM - sayluv quoted Wiredindallas in post Re: GFCI in garage tripping - not sure why yet
You only need 1 GFCI at the 1st ou...
12:03 PM - farmerjohn1324 quoted Wiredindallas in post How to work on this sub panel?
I do not like not understand why i...
11:58 AM - farmerjohn1324 quoted Wiredindallas in post How to work on this sub panel?
I do not like not understand why i...
12-23-2019
06:49 AM - rjniles quoted Wiredindallas in post Re: Where is conduit required by code for residential?
Highland Park, Texas has required ...
12:08 AM - Old Thomas quoted Wiredindallas in post Re: Where is conduit required by code for residential?
Highland Park, Texas has required ...
12-16-2019
08:18 PM - Deanpeddle quoted Wiredindallas in post Re: Pony panel problem
Get a continuity tester and,with a...
12-05-2019
08:50 AM - WillK quoted Wiredindallas in post Re: 1 gang box not allowed for round lamp holder?
I would use preformed 90 degree co...
12-02-2019
11:13 PM - nitrorea quoted Wiredindallas in post Switch and light help for beginner
Does 1 of the 3 wire cables go to ...
12-01-2019
11:19 AM - IamMatt quoted Wiredindallas in post Re: Wiring for adding recessed LEDs in 1950s house
Use grounded wire for the new circ...
11-30-2019
07:12 AM - FrodoOne quoted Wiredindallas in post Re: 3 way switch w/ 2 hot travelers
One possibility is that the switch...
11-29-2019
03:38 PM - Nealtw quoted Wiredindallas in post Re: 3 way switch w/ 2 hot travelers
Look again at box 2. I think some...
03:23 PM - eholmes77 quoted Wiredindallas in post Re: How to rough in LED downlight with included driver/J box
Yes, those lights are intended to ...
02:34 PM - eholmes77 quoted Wiredindallas in post Re: How to rough in LED downlight with included driver/J box
Option 3 sounds best. Best not te...

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  1. brric
    brric liked post by Wiredindallas On thread : Is my junction box and main panel not upto code?
  2. de-nagorg
    de-nagorg liked post by Wiredindallas On thread : Help me add an outlet to this switch box...
  3. Nealtw
    Nealtw liked post by Wiredindallas On thread : Help me add an outlet to this switch box...
  4. surferdude2
    surferdude2 liked post by Wiredindallas On thread : GFCI circuit breaker for kitchen
    That is alumicon terminal blocks Thanks spell check
    Liked On: 01-24-2020, 03:13 PM
    Posted On: 01-24-2020, 01:41 PM
  5. cuba_pete
    cuba_pete liked post by Wiredindallas On thread : Garage light, Deformable LED
    The only thing that would make them better would be if they rotated like a ceiling fan.
    Liked On: 01-24-2020, 02:06 AM
    Posted On: 01-22-2020, 07:03 PM
  6. Nealtw
  7. ktownskier
    ktownskier liked post by Wiredindallas On thread : Opening a can of worms... Wire Nuts...
  8. FrodoOne
    FrodoOne liked post by Wiredindallas On thread : Flourescent fixture dimly lit only at ends?
    I would get a new starter. They are cheap and often fix the problem. Get fs2.
    Liked On: 01-07-2020, 08:55 AM
    Posted On: 01-07-2020, 08:49 AM
  9. FrodoOne
  10. surferdude2
    surferdude2 liked post by Wiredindallas On thread : 4 circuits lost power, replaced, still no power??
  11. rjniles
    rjniles liked post by Wiredindallas On thread : AFCI in Main Panel if GFCI in Sub Panel?
    The circuit feeding the sub panel needs not be AFCI, just a regular breaker.
    Liked On: 01-02-2020, 10:39 AM
    Posted On: 01-02-2020, 10:15 AM
  12. CodeMatters
  13. surferdude2
    surferdude2 liked post by Wiredindallas On thread : Adding a Neutral in Breaker Box !
  14. surferdude2
  15. bob22
    bob22 liked post by Wiredindallas On thread : Replaced switch with dimmer, Lights blink when down?
    Are the bulbs LED? If so, is the dimmer CL (listed for LED)?
    Liked On: 12-06-2019, 06:21 AM
    Posted On: 12-05-2019, 05:16 AM



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