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Is this in one of those pain in the neck metal sun rooms? I just had to wire one.

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Nope, just plain ol drywall in a living room of an apartmrnt.


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"But this solved that tripping breaker problem"... laugh

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It all depends, is that a sheet metal screw? You need to bond drywall with a drywall screw.


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Originally Posted by gfretwell
It all depends, is that a sheet metal screw? You need to bond drywall with a drywall screw.

and you must keep the drywall moist


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Steel studs maybe? crazy this might be up there with the ground clamp on PVC water pipe

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It's only approved if you use a machine screw...

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What are we looking at here? Is that a heater or A/C unit with the cover removed?

It looks like a3-wire supply cord. Is that green wire just the EGC from the cord, or is it secured to the appliance frame?

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It's an A/C unit in an apartment, this wire comes directly from the cord.


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