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Disco-no-no #112486
06/29/01 10:58 PM
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This was found connected to a 2 HP 1 Phase 240V Planer circa 1950. It's the result of a carpenter and a mechanic getting together on an electrical project.

-Virgil

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Re: Disco-no-no #112487
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electricians make bad carpenters, carpenters make bad electricians...

Re: Disco-no-no #112488
07/02/01 05:51 PM
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What's wrong with these guys? I thought even carpenters knew that you're supposed to use a BRASS bolt when you're replacing a fuse with a bolt!! What's the extra conductor for? Is it a dedicated phone cable for 911 calls?
(All in jest, this is really awful)

Re: Disco-no-no #112489
07/02/01 06:15 PM
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If there was a short circuit on the load side, would that be considered a "bolted fault?"


Few things are harder to put up with than the annoyance of a good example.
Re: Disco-no-no #112490
07/02/01 08:46 PM
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Sure sounds right, Tom.
And if the short was right where they installed this little jewel, would it be a "faulted bolt"?

Re: Disco-no-no #112491
08/28/01 04:40 PM
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Originally posted by Tom:
If there was a short circuit on the load side, would that be considered a "bolted fault?"


...Only after the Nut welded itself to the threads of the bolt.


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