See NEC Section 410.8 and hire an electrician. You should not attempt to do any electrical work!
Please let's be reminded of this statement and you should think hard about doing your own work. Also, posts with links are not permitted when they ...
Look here for that information, look or on the cover of the cabinet enclosing the panelboard: www.squared.com
Go to www.joetedesco.com and sign on for access to the forums where your question was also posted and was answered by an electrician in the NEC fo...
Please go to this site www.ul.com and ask a UL Engineer if the product is listed for the proposed use. www.ul.com Good Luck!
Please check with your local electric utility company and discuss your plans with the electrical inspector in your town or city. Good Luck!!
Look here for answers and diagrams on 3-way and 4-way switches. http://www.wfu.edu/~matthews/courses/p230/switches.html
Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter Information http://www.ul.com/regulators/afci/categories.html#ELGN http://www.ul.com/regulators/afci/index.html ht...
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quote:but we are not sure how to install itPlease stop experimenting before you get hurt! Call an electrician.
ELECTRICAL SAFETY should always be a primary concern when working on electrical devices. Always seek the advice or assistance of a professional whe...
sheathed electrical cable is the trade term for "Nonmetallic Sheathed Cable" and cannot be used to satisfy the subject of the question here. quote...
Please explain the type of, and voltage of the branch circuit, and its layout, and where the device is located in the circuit. Is it on the end, is...
Thanks for the replies, I appreciate seeing those who are willing to help out here!!For those who are not afraid of adding their email addresses, p...
Thank you Rick! Information like this helps to get the message to those who may be affected. www.cpsc.gov Please add more![This message has been e...
See the 2002 NEC:402.8 Grounded Conductor Identification.One conductor of fixture wires that is intended to be used as a grounded conductor shall b...
The rule above applies only if the NEC is adopted in your area.Have you checked with your local electrical inspector for rules that can be found in...
Code reference to answer your specific question.300.4(A)(2) Notches in Wood. Where there is no objection because of weakening the building structur...
http://electrical-contractor.net/ubb/Forum4/HTML/000234.html Please look here and help to answer the questions asked.
The transition you describe here is a violation of rules in the NEC Sections 300.10 and 300.15. The old iron raceway used as a sleeve with the wiri...