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Re: Laundry Circuits
Posted by HotLine1:
I agree with Greg.
Talk to your local AHJ for his take
Re: Train Talk
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Originally Posted By: kbo
I know this thread is OLD but I'm curious if webmaster has any more catenary picture's. I currently work for amtrak as a lineman doing the same thing as your grandfather.
kbo,

I often post pictures for other members that might not know how, or unable to do it (...)
Re: Look at What an Ex-Tenant Left Behind
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Talk about walking down memory lane......

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Re: Pulling BIG Wire
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99% of my job is logistic. Once I get me, my tools, and parts to wherever, the rest is easy.
Re: Aluminum to copper
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It's kind of like the "Highlander;" there's only one. No need to bother worrying about 'best' or 'inexpensive.'

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The purple wire nuts are not really suitable for long-term use. The Canadian products are not (...)
Re: Residential panel change
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Actually in Ontario, an electrician can only work in somebody's house if they are working for a licensed electrical contractor.

An electrical contractor can only work if they pulled the permit. Not the home owner.
Re: Above ground pool
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Following all the above would result in a compliant install.

You may find that the skimmer unit supplied with the pool has a plate and lug to provide the water bond. IMHO, the AG pool mfgs should have to provide a point to connect the water bond, as it is required by the NEC.
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Tesla, thank a lot! Muchas gracias! Molte grazie!
Re: MC cable protection
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George
I'd say use PVC sch 80 for protection when subject to physical harm. (no bonding worries).
Example : underground coming up a outside pole.
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