# ceiling fan

I don't know of any websites but it is possible. A ceiling fan should be supported properly Either directly on a joist or on a brace between joist...

I don't know of any websites but it is possible. A ceiling fan should be supported properly Either directly on a joist or on a brace between joist...

over 13 years by **ElectrcBil**

1

answers789

ViewsHollywood and rpxlpx are both right. Someone probably upgraded to the 200 amp panel without getting a permit. The most important thing is if the ...

over 13 years by **ElectrcBil**

4

answers762

ViewsI also have bullnose corner bead and ran into this problem. I just used caulking the same color as my wall to fill the gap.

over 13 years by **ElectrcBil**

4

answers224

ViewsI also have bullnose corner bead and ran into this problem. I just used caulking the same color as my wall to fill the gap.

over 13 years by **ElectrcBil**

4

answers673

ViewsSorry to hear that you have not found your short. You should not get any continuity between the white and black wires if all devices are disconnec...

over 13 years by **ElectrcBil**

1

answers352

ViewsYes, you should try a surge protector. Preferably one that also protects phone lines. I have seen strange problems with Static Electricity And/or...

over 13 years by **ElectrcBil**

1

answers277

ViewsHow about a little more information Joseph. Is the base unit of the phone plugged into a properly grounded outlet? When you had the new breaker b...

over 13 years by **ElectrcBil**

1

answers799

ViewsYou can only use a 3-way dimmer on one side of the circuit the other switch will have to be a normal 3-way switch.

over 13 years by **ElectrcBil**

3

answers672

ViewsThe heavier copper wire is in the electrical box in the ceiling above the fan, provided that they are installed in an electrical box. I have come ...

over 13 years by **ElectrcBil**

7

answers179

ViewsThe condensing unit will probably have a amperage rating on it. It may also have information on it regarding overload protection. Be sure to insp...

over 13 years by **ElectrcBil**

7

answers1003

ViewsThe "Ugly's Electrical reference Book" shows a Voltage drop Equation with a K value of 12.9@75*C. The value I was using was for a temperature of 2...

over 13 years by **ElectrcBil**

7

answers241

ViewsThere is a formula for Voltage drop. 2KIL/cm Where K is a constant for the type of wire being used (copper is 10.4) I is the amperage draw of the ...

over 13 years by **ElectrcBil**

7

answers198

ViewsIF you still have the fan motors wired in and their swithes on then you will not be able to determine if you truly have a direct short by using hol...

over 13 years by **ElectrcBil**

7

answers763

ViewsIf you try to do that there is a good chance the pvc glue will eat into the insulation on the wire. You will also find that this is a cumbersome u...

over 13 years by **ElectrcBil**

5

answers607

ViewsGo to an electrical supply house and ask for a "Caddy Catalog" They make all sorts of straps and brackets for that type of work. Usually when worki...

almost 14 years by **ElectrcBil**

2

answers455

Viewsthat is a good tip,but you can do the same thing with a small plastic bag. Take the bag and fill with a little air, then twist it off to the size ...

almost 14 years by **ElectrcBil**

5

answers819

ViewsThe wire in conduit will be cheaper and safer. Pvc is cheaper and will not corrode. Bury it at least 18 inches to the top of the pipe. You may a...

almost 14 years by **ElectrcBil**

5

answers892

Views
webapp1