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#108240 - 05/15/04 06:59 PM Falling Poco Lines...  
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Came across all this in one morning.... I'll let the pics speak for themselves!

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#108241 - 05/15/04 07:01 PM Re: Falling Poco Lines...  
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#108242 - 05/16/04 07:50 AM Re: Falling Poco Lines...  
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I want the lemon on top in pic 2.

Can you imagine somebody with one of those "pruning poles" (with the saw and rope operated cutter) picking around up there? [Linked Image]
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#108243 - 05/18/04 02:08 AM Re: Falling Poco Lines...  
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We got lemons out the wazoo here! There must be some safer ones to pick! But if you insist, I'll tell Anahiem Power to pull it down with a hotstick when they replace the insulator & lines [Linked Image]

-Randy


#108244 - 05/18/04 09:50 PM Re: Falling Poco Lines...  
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With it being an old Zinsco, a FD practice burn would be a better choice LOL.

P.S. is that main fusible?


#108245 - 05/19/04 03:22 AM Re: Falling Poco Lines...  
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Yes Norcal... It's fusible... 100A Knife blades to make this Zinsco a little less hazardous! .. With some of the other things I saw at this place, I doub't they'll be any practice involved if this place ever burns... The MC cable entering the side of the panel was the admitted work of the homeowner after "a few 6 packs"... At least he was cool when I informed him MC cable isn't meant for outdoor use, & let me get rid of it! [Linked Image]

-Randy


#108246 - 05/20/04 11:17 PM Re: Falling Poco Lines...  
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When I saw the dangling landing Insulator + the Lemon Tree, I totally thought "Looks Like Old Anaheim Stuff" - brought on from the many, many, many-many-many times I have seen the same stuff during "Drive-By Lookings"
("Drive-By Lookings" = passing someone's House, seeing an odd yet eye catching Electrical scenario, turn around and drive by slowly to verify / become puzzled).

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#108247 - 05/21/04 12:30 AM Re: Falling Poco Lines...  
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Oh... So its you that keeps making all the %#%@ U turns in front of me!!! [Linked Image] [Linked Image]

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