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Re: "Forbidden" Fittings?
Posted by HotLine1:
I like the notch in the right corner, & the insulation.

As Greg mentioned....sounds like something is MIA!
Re: Look at What an Ex-Tenant Left Behind
Posted by HotLine1:
On topic, but not as shocking as the beginning point....

Our CCO inspector comes upon some interesting scenes. I do CCOs on occasion, and a few that were memorable.

Totally trashed interior, walls destroyed, plumbing fixtures busted or ripped out, basements with 2' of water/sewage.

One had (...)
Re: A question for RODALCO
Posted by annemarie1:
Hi Ray I've seen lots of your videos on YouTube all very entertaining but I have a question does all that arcing and flashovers you create not cause interference to your neibors radio reception I'm thinking that what you do must cause some RFI on mediumwave and even to band1 TV please keep it (...)
Re: One determined recloser..
Posted by sparkyinak:
It be interesting to here what caused it
Re: Service disconnect
Posted by shortcircuit:
We have 1 POCO that allows metering at the transformer here. They just install the CT donuts inside and mount the meter on the side of the transformer.

Another would put the CT donuts inside the transformer, but you have to mount the meter remote on pedestal or building.

On 480volt services, (...)
Re: Wall Street and Cheap Oil ==> trouble brewing?
Posted by HotLine1:
I agree with you on the lower fuel prices. And, there is not much most of us could do to either maintain the affordable costs, or figure out what the 'oil guys' are doing.

'Oilocracy'?? Nice twist there ~s~ !!!
Re: Motor start, motor run capacitors
Posted by gfretwell:
I think I would fire off a message to Gast support. I had no joy searching the documentation online.
Re: Portable UPS on isolated ground circuits
Posted by sparkyinak:
My neck of the woods is largely behind the times electrically. I have offices wired in Romex of a marginal utility not connect to a grid, no IG, No surge protection, ground rod and connection to water pipe ground, frequent brown, blackouts, spikes from eagles flying into the lines, diesel (...)
Re: Led flourescent bulbs
Posted by sparkyinak:
With any LED replacement bulb, do your homework first. Some can run off existing ballasts, some the ballast needs to be bypassed because the driver (LED version of a ballast) is in the bulb just like Edison base CFL's.


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