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#171261 - 11/23/07 10:11 AM Oh count the ways to say "That should do it."
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I found these jewels in attic. Home owner complained that they were getting shocked in the bath.
GC removed bath flooring (tile) to find knob and tube wiring. K n T was in very poor shape. so we come in to remove and replace and find home owner handy work. I heard today that the seller(Mr.handy man) told the owners that there was NO knob and tube in the house.

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#171264 - 11/23/07 11:30 AM Re: Oh count the ways to say "That should do it." [Re: Admin]
leland Offline
Registered: 08/20/07
Posts: 853
Loc: Lowell area, Ma. USA
At least they used gromets.Marine tape could've helped aswell.
#171269 - 11/23/07 12:06 PM Re: Oh count the ways to say "That should do it." [Re: leland]
steve ancient apprentice Offline
Registered: 03/04/05
Posts: 169
Loc: west springfield,mass
No knob & tube? Someone is not telling the truth. As usual no responsibility for the actions !!!! How many times have we heard this ( Not me I didnt do it) GOOD CATCH
#171270 - 11/23/07 12:51 PM Re: Oh count the ways to say "That should do it." [Re: steve ancient apprentice]
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As a bonus the wire nut on the black wires in the handy box fell off when I barely touched it. I used a small vacuum to remove the insulation
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