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#201349 - 05/28/11 08:06 PM Barn wiring
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Went to do an inspection on a farm and found this behind an out building. I guess the cows must have messed with the installation when we weren't looking. smile


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#201350 - 05/28/11 08:28 PM Re: Barn wiring [Re: harold endean]
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Bill,

Did I do this right?

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#201351 - 05/28/11 09:11 PM Re: Barn wiring [Re: harold endean]
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Got a problem with posting something, Harold?
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#201352 - 05/28/11 10:16 PM Re: Barn wiring [Re: harold endean]
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Looks like the cows took off with everything!!

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#201362 - 05/29/11 09:53 AM Re: Barn wiring [Re: harold endean]
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Harold,

You need to paste a code into your post for the picture to appear.

Look at the following thread for more info on this:

http://www.electrical-contractor.net/forums/ubbthreads.php/ubb/showflat/Number/183427

Bill

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#201367 - 05/29/11 07:41 PM Re: Barn wiring [Re: harold endean]
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Bill,

My boys tell me I am a dinosaur when it comes to Internet and computers. My peers tell me that I am a computer wizard because I know so much about computers. ( Or compared to them.) smile

So you are saying, I have to go back to my pictures on electrical-photos and add the new pictures to my album?

I will go there now and try to upload my pictures again.

Wish me luck! smile

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#201368 - 05/29/11 08:03 PM Re: Barn wiring [Re: harold endean]
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I wish ya luck, if not i see your pics on electrical-photos and can help smile
i wonder if the HD guy sold him that 90 ell fitting smile

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#201373 - 05/29/11 08:30 PM Re: Barn wiring [Re: harold endean]
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OK, I clicked on the link page. Lets see if that does it.

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#201376 - 05/29/11 08:52 PM Re: Barn wiring [Re: harold endean]
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humm i tried to insert your image into the first post but just the code shows not the image

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#201379 - 05/29/11 11:09 PM Re: Barn wiring [Re: harold endean]
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Originally Posted By: harold endean
Bill,

So you are saying, I have to go back to my pictures on electrical-photos and add the new pictures to my album?

I will go there now and try to upload my pictures again...
Harold,

You only have to upload them once, you've already done that. I'll try to give you a step by step how to proceed from there.

After you've uploaded the pictures to Electrical-Photos.com go to one of them and click on the little icon as shown below:




After you've clicked on that you should see several more little windows appear with codes in them.
Each one does something different.
For this I'll pick the one that says 'Linked Medium' and I'll copy the code in that window - see below:




OK, I've got that copied and will paste it into my post below.
Instead of seeing the code you will see the picture:




How about using this as a practice thread, post some of the different codes so you can see what they do, and then start another thread with the pictures as you want and we'll carry on from there?

Let me know if I didn't explain something clearly enough.

Bill

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