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Happy Thanksgiving!

I just want to take a moment and Thank all of you that have been so helpful with all of my updating / renovation projects. The electrical projects in particular have been demanding and had a learning cure.

Many of you have not only taken the time to teach me many new skills, but you have built up my confidance to tackle these projects and get them done properly.

Thank You again,

Happy Thanksgiving

Jamie
 

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Those of us in the trades certainly respect DIYers that are willing to ask the questions that need asking, as well as those that work very hard to make sure they're making sound and informed moves on their projects. You've definately done that, and your posts during your projects have spawned a lot of good discussion, which is of benefit to all of us!
 

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Happy Thanksgiving!

I just want to take a moment and Thank all of you that have been so helpful with all of my updating / renovation projects. The electrical projects in particular have been demanding and had a learning cure.

Many of you have not only taken the time to teach me many new skills, but you have built up my confidance to tackle these projects and get them done properly.

Thank You again,

Happy Thanksgiving

Jamie
Like the Termite said, I appreciate someone who cares enough to do it right and ask the questions. Of course, I would like everyone to call an electrician cause it's good for business:thumbup:, but not everyone can afford it, and DIYrs get the satisfaction of a job well done.

What really burns my wire nuts is the people who think they know something and do it like crap and then believe that just because it works it is OK. You don't seem to be one of those folks Jamie. Good job:thumbsup:
 

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Not only have you been helped, you have helped others. I appreciate you keeping the forum posted. So many folks ask a question and never come back. You are a member of this forum and a good one. For those who do not know Jamie well, he told me long ago that he worked with his father in construction and learned many things. He's an all around guy, and is honing his electrical skills. He would have made an excellent electrician and probably could still do so if he chooses. Happy Thanksgiving Jamie and to all the other forum participants.
 
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