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#105160 - 05/29/04 03:58 AM Electrical Wiring in an Attic
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#105161 - 05/29/04 06:50 AM Re: Electrical Wiring in an Attic
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With steel prices going through the roof, Bozo Electric is saving where they can (no offense meant Bozo).

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#105162 - 05/29/04 07:34 PM Re: Electrical Wiring in an Attic
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Bozo would've at least used a 2G plastic nail-on box! This almost looks like someone trying to make a spider web!

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#105163 - 05/30/04 07:12 AM Re: Electrical Wiring in an Attic
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Kinda makes you wonder where the two unconnected NM's are going...
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#105164 - 05/30/04 08:10 AM Re: Electrical Wiring in an Attic
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They were spares for the new babies room!
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#105165 - 06/18/04 02:35 PM Re: Electrical Wiring in an Attic
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What a shame,anyone can make electricity work, it takes a professional to do it right
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#105166 - 06/19/04 02:25 AM Re: Electrical Wiring in an Attic
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Bad Plumbing doesn't work!

Bad Electrical works until it catches fire!

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The "un-connected" ones a dead shorts! Just a hunch........

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#105167 - 06/19/04 11:22 AM Re: Electrical Wiring in an Attic
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Maybe the leaks from the bad plumbing will eventually extinguish the fire caused by the bad wiring....

Seriously though, this is probably a universal problem. Change those wirenuts for strip connector blocks and pretend those white wires are red and this could just as easily be in a British attic.
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#105168 - 06/19/04 03:55 PM Re: Electrical Wiring in an Attic
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Hi Paul,

I've seen some of the wire terminal you're talking about, one of the Irish guy's had some in his bags left over. I thought they were quite cool. I'd like to see someting like them used here. But are you saying, they are not required to be in a box over there? Tell me that's not so... Anyway, if you could, post some pic's of their proper use, I'd like to see them.
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#105169 - 06/19/04 09:34 PM Re: Electrical Wiring in an Attic
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It was "temporary" until they forgot about it...
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