for 1131 & 1133 sloped cieling trims, Mounting frame must be installed with JB on the downhill side.
A 1131 trim for said can comes with instructions as follows;
Mounting frame must be installed with JB on the uphill side
This is just one example of the many little glitches i've found after i realized being a literate tradesman might be interesting. I usually can find a tech-support #, or better yet, an e-mail to pass this on. I really am either trying to help or be helped....But everytime i do , the response reads like some sort of third world propaganda...
blah, blah, blah, blah Mr. Sparky blah, blah , blah, blah, blah , thank you for your concern. Mz. roundfile Customer snowball rep.
If you'd just throw away those pesky instructions, you wouldn't be having these problems. To paraphrase a statement by Mark Twain regarding spelling- it's an awful poor electrician that can only install electrical equipment one way. (Note: tongue is stuck firmly in cheek).
Few things are harder to put up with than the annoyance of a good example.
Re: the "Untouchables"#5084 11/02/0111:44 PM11/02/0111:44 PM
Just a thought - They may have had a reason to revise the instructions. Where is the thermal protector? it may matter which way it is (above or below) as far a sensitivity. Is one revision newer than the other?
(Be sure to let us know what they say)
Re: the "Untouchables"#5085 11/03/0105:15 AM11/03/0105:15 AM
Bill, it ( the thermal) is near the JB (i called it a cutout). I really only posted this as one example, it seems i get the corporate snow job a lot, makes a guy feel small...inconseqential. I have invited some to your ( as well as other) forums, but they never show. One would think a little constructive critique would be condusive to a better product. Collectively, the posters here would be the best consumer review solicited.
Re: the "Untouchables"#5086 11/03/0106:59 AM11/03/0106:59 AM