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#120384 - 04/07/05 04:24 AM Tricky Dicky's Wiring
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Sometime back, I put in a panel for a 5th wheel trailer. A shed was put in with a waher and dryer (wiring by the customer's brother), and they hit a UF cable while digging some fence posts. Afterward, someone else made changes.
All you have as a result is a big mess to fix



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#120385 - 04/07/05 07:37 AM Re: Tricky Dicky's Wiring
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Hackwork like that, on a good installation, can only be compared to drawing a mustache on the Mona Lisa

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#120386 - 04/07/05 04:06 PM Re: Tricky Dicky's Wiring
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Here's a little bit closer view.



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#120387 - 04/07/05 04:31 PM Re: Tricky Dicky's Wiring
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Registered: 08/07/03
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Loc: L.I. New York
it it looks like they lost a leg and swapped the wires and said "it works"

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#120388 - 04/07/05 07:14 PM Re: Tricky Dicky's Wiring
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BINGO!

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