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catanasons5

04:32AM | 11/29/09
Member Since: 11/28/09
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Bvelectrical
Hi everyone,

I have low voltage wiring in the house anf have several wires loose and not attached to anytheing besides the box. How do I find out what they go to. and the ones that are connect how do I know what they are for??? Any electrican that come has quickly left. please help..

LarryG

05:11AM | 11/29/09
Member Since: 07/22/04
511 lifetime posts
"I have low voltage wiring in the house anf have several wires loose and not attached to anytheing besides the box. How do I find out what they go to."

get yourself a toner.

"and the ones that are connect how do I know what they are for???"

mark where they connect to,disconnect them and see what stops working or use your toner.

doug seibert

03:28AM | 12/02/09
Member Since: 08/10/02
843 lifetime posts
To find an electrician to work on the Low Voltage lighting/relays (GE, Remcon or Touch-Plate)......Find an INDUSTRIAL electrical contractor

Low Voltage controls systems are very common in Industrial settings with automation

You can also find a great deal of information archived at the small Yahoo group: GELV......They have Links, Files, Photos and a Database of all the major LV systems including downloaded GE brochures illustrating wiring diagrams.....(Yahoo registration required)

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/gelv/

"......measure Once.....cut Twice....

throw that one away and cut a new one...."
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