A 3/4" gas line will do , I believe that if the line was longer than 150' , then the required line would be 1".
By an external system, do you mean outside? What is used to zone it one pump with zone valves or different pumps? How many thermostats are there?
To help lower your bills, you can install a setback timer on your water heater. A timer will not heat the water overnight or during the times you d...
Sounds fishy to me, I would say if you had a 150 foot run, then it would have to be 1" line, if you are less then a 3/4" would do.
Run a seperate circuit. The Band saw motor will draw more current starting up and will probably trip the breaker if the water heater is already dra...
It sounds like the wirenut was loose and therefore you had some arcing in the connection. Is the lead from the furnace a stranded conductor? A str...
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you can try surface wiring or as it's known as in the trade as "wiremold". It is available at ********** or a supply house. you can use it to wire ...
Well first of all , more information is needed. Do you have access to the room from an attic above or from the basement below?
if you have a space between the box and receptacle,,for the difference of drywall, plaster, tile and wood paneling. then by all means use a ground...
If you a gap between the metal box and the receptacle then you should use a self grounding receptacle or a ground jumper.You need metal to metal fo...
If everythng is metal ,then you should have an effective ground path, check by using a tester or a bulb from hot to metal. If it lights then you ha...
What type of cable is used to feed the box? If it is armored cable (bx), then the ground is already there and should have a ground path. If it is s...
Do you have an electrical tester? A meter, voltage tester or just a simple neon tester? Check to see if you have power to the switch, check from th...
Well it sounds like you did ok. Did you turn the power back on> is the receptacle working? Is the bulb good? Is there a switch om the fixture? Is i...
Those halogens sure do burn a heck of a lot hotter. Make sure the fixtures you put them in are rated for that heat. Floor lamps should have a tip s...
What are you protecting the circuits with, a regular circuit breaker in the panel and a GFCI protection device at the whirlpool? You would have to...
Is there a copper water pipe nearby? You can run a copper wire from the nearest copper pipe, try to use a cold water pipe. If it is a hot water pip...
Why don't you just add a new 100a service for your mother inlaw? Sounds like you want to put a bigger load on your existing service anyway.
Changing old 2 prong receptacles with a GFI is an accepted practice. You don't have to add a ground wire, but if you could it would be better.