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  1. Electrical
    Im running 2-240v 40 amp circuits to feed 3 receptacles. This is to run 2 UV lights and one small conveyor belt. The UV lights are each pulling 14 amps and the conveyor 10 amps. I plan on pig tailing one circuit to 2 receptacles for the lights and the other circuit for the conveyor. Im wondering...
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    Hello, I installed an american standard massage tub. It's 32 x 60 with a removable front apron. It has an automatic dryer that comes on after you drain the tub to dry out the lines to help reduce bacteria, which seemed like a nice feature to have. The problem; It comes on by itself...
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    ISO, I found four feet of septic water in my basement which obviously i don't go down there much. Dug the top off the septic and found the entire electric fixture floating down there in septic water. The receptacle was below water, MELTED, piggyback switch plug and the pump plug in it. I ran...
  4. Electrical
    Let me start by saying, we live in a condo in a major city and we are probably going to sell in the next year so if the best recommendation to make sure that I am in compliance with code is to hire an electrician so be it. I would really like to do the work myself however. If an electrician is...
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    Hello everyone, This is my first time post in this forum and I very much excited to be a part of it. I’m planning to start a small scale electrical repair service by next year and as a part of that I’m looking for some suggestions from you people. Before all thes, one thing I need to know, is...
  6. Electrical
    I have a light in the garden that has just stopped working. I replaced the bulb, nothing. I replaced the light fitting, nothing. I got a volt tester and tested the wires. The live wire reads 240v, but the neutral only 120. Does anybody have any idea what the issue might be?
  7. Electrical
    Hello, we have a hunting cabin (actually a metal building we recently finished out) that is in a remote area and are required to use a generator for electricity. I see most of the requirement for providing electricity to a breaker panel require the use of a transfer switch. I don't feel this...
  8. Electrical
    Hello, I'm looking to run a few circuits in my home and the electric panel is on the bottom floor of a slab home. I'm thinking of running wire along top edge of cinder blocks (along sill plate) on top edge of foundation. Is this safe, or should I cut ceiling down and wire thru joists? Any...
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