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#107218 11/10/04 01:16 PM
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#107219 11/10/04 03:36 PM
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You can tell when you're getting jaded.

My first thought was "well, at least they made an attempt at grounding..." [Linked Image]

#107220 11/10/04 10:54 PM
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Man... I have been seaching for invisible extension rings and can never find them at the supply house. I wonder if that's a raco or thepitt?

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This is located in an Antique Emporium. The owner was replacing a damaged ceiling panel and discovered it, then called me. The flex feeds the fan motor of a hot water unit heater which is no longer used. I disconnected it and installed a blank cover. The bare wire is looped around a screw in the cover and then to the box cover mounting screw. I admit, this is a first for me. [Linked Image]


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Arseegee,
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Man... I have been seaching for invisible extension rings and can never find them at the supply house.
LOL [Linked Image]

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#107223 11/13/04 11:04 AM
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I think the same company makes them as makes that Invisidorf that George Corron keeps not seeing everywhere



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#107224 11/13/04 05:06 PM
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I have been seaching for invisible extension rings and can never find them at the supply house.

Check your invoices, they should show a charge for them. Problem is that when you do an inventory, they are tough to count as you can't see them... [Linked Image]


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