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#117601 06/25/04 03:37 PM
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Behold the invention of a homeowner to avert buying an 'expensive' $10 in-use cover.... & then something that could use a bit more than a new cover.....

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#117602 06/25/04 05:00 PM
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Does the shed also make it an indoor non GFCI location?
What's the gizmo on top? An invention to avert buying a sprinkler control?
Did the bell box have busted-off-screw-in the-box-itis, too?

#117603 06/26/04 11:58 PM
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Scott,
In typical South Orange County style, the GFI is in the garage, protecting 3 bathrooms & this mess, so at least there's that to be thankful for...

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Did the bell box have busted-off-screw-in the-box-itis


The wall-wart on top wasn't wired to anything, I'm assuming there used to be a timer here, due to the bank of sprinkler valves..

What Bell box over 10 years old doesnt have that if you try to change a device?? The main reason I prefer to use PVC Carlon boxes where I can...

-Randy


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