is easily replaceable. There is most likely a multitude of maintenance things you also should be doing, i.e. inspecting/swaping out sacrifical ano...
Billhart: I responded to your identical post in the plumbing area. Long and short of it is this described pump will not accomodate direct con...
Billhart: Not sure what code(s) apply in your jurisdiction, nor "where in the world you are",but the IRC (international residential code) requi...
Is that your site, or one that you happened across? Fantastic series of links/info posted there very DIY friendly...if its your own creation...K...
perhaps the painter disconnected a lighting/fan fixture during his painting, then re-connected it incorrectly, mistaking a line neutral for a switc...
Q: Single Family Home, or multi-family / mixed use residence/multiple "service" (apartment present)? USA? What Electrical Codes apply in your juris...
Or if you have an old-style fax machine the heating unit that activates the thermal paper. When the motors (that drive the paper through the pri...
First things first, don't forget that most bulding codes require that such ladder access be able to support a "live" or an "in use" load of a minim...
We've been here before and you'll find all the citations elsewhere in this forum. Combination lighting (now luminaire) and cord & plug receptacl...
220 baseboard heat won't have to be AFCI protected...however the receptacles and lighting at 120V will.
Most luminaires you'll find in the stores are designed to run 15 amp circuits max (16 g and 18 g wire within) and the more simple of design (averag...
after you've stained the base color you might try using a gel stain (combination product with poly) in a dark walnut or ebony stain. This is a wip...
I know that previously, any COMBINATION of cord and plug connected loads WITH lighting fixtures (now referred to as "luminaires") at 120 volts, nom...
Tshea1: quote: "BTW Your other 2 posts ps & pps have absolutely nothing to do with the OP." It sure did, I'll quote from the OP: "I am going t...
The 1996 NEC recognized that overcurrent protective devices will be affected by heat in the system. As such, it defines the concept of continuous l...
The National Electrical Code (NEC) addresses current carrying capacities of both conductors and components. Unfortunately, some designers fail to r...
210.52(C)(1) throught (C)(5) Exception No. 1 to 210.52(B)(1) is meant for example a separate switched lighting circuit for that UC lighting in wh...
When you break the yoke strap to operate one half of a duplex recepticle via a switch and the other half as "always on", you are effectively creati...