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#124559 - 10/15/06 02:55 PM Loose light  
renosteinke  Offline
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This light is located but a few doors from my home. I wonder how long it will work, until the wires wear through? And- how long will it take the handyman to find the reason the breaker keeps tripping?


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#124560 - 10/15/06 10:09 PM Re: Loose light  
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Well, if the breaker is of "Zinsconian origin", just follow the shower of sparks [Linked Image]
Probably would guess a few weeks of swaying in the wind and the conductors will ground out.

A.D


#124561 - 10/16/06 11:58 AM Re: Loose light  
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Just dropoff your card. Im sure you will get a call in a couple of weeks at best. Hopefully the conduit is properley connected or else there may be a chance of energizeing the pipe,


#124562 - 10/16/06 01:37 PM Re: Loose light  
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Is it just me, or does this mess look like it has been painted WHILE dangling like that?

Either that, or we can only see the neutral wire...


#124563 - 10/16/06 08:14 PM Re: Loose light  
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Good catch, NJ! While the light may be playing a trick, I just looked... and you are probably right!


#124564 - 11/13/06 12:15 AM Re: Loose light  
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An update.... this fixture was out...but now has a new bulb in it. That someone would change the bulb without fixing the problem amazes me!


#124565 - 11/13/06 12:32 AM Re: Loose light  
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Why bother to even change the bulb? It looks like it was supposed to light up the wall, but it's not quite doing the job. Reno: is this located in the southwest? (just wondering what kind of weather it's exposed to)

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