Lanlord, is this short for Landlord, if it is you should have a licensed EC do this work if it is in a rental property. I know it sounds simple ...
Roger67Member since 08/30/02
Mistress, did it really take you from May 18 to today to put all that typing together? :D BTW, as Bill said, there is no such rule, and no I'm n...
Tperez, first of all let me say thanks to you and your comrads. Now, back to the question at hand, 15 amp receptacles can be used on a 20 amp c...
Controlling a receptacle from a dimmer is a violation of NEC 404.14(E) The fixture must be a permanent type fixture with permanent wiring method...
k2, I salute you. Your post was excellent. Dbnum2, I will follow suit and advise you to get estimates from atleast three EC's, but the bottom li...
You can not reduce the conductors (tap)even inside the box unless you reduce the OCP to 15 amps. Read the two article sections I posted closely....
This may be a little easier to read. Bruce, first of all 210.24 has nothing to do with this. Now let's look at 210.19, 210.19(A)(2)Mult...
Bruce, first of all 210.24 has nothing to do with this. Now let's look at 210.19, 210.19(A)(2)[i][b]Multioutlet Branch Circuits,[/b] Conduc...
What code article and section allows pig tailing a #14 to a #12 for this EGC? There was no mention of circuit size. Roger67
Gerald, why would you ask this question on a DIYer bulletin board? When wiring for a day care center, the electrician should not be questioning or...
Bill, your electrician did not ground this panel correctly. Is the panel fed from your house or is it an individual service? Post back with this ...
This would be best answered by your local building inspector, you should be able to call the building / inspection dept in your area.Roger67
The answer to question #1 is yes.The answer to question #2 (pressure switch) is yes, or you would have to get fancy with relays and contactors. R...
Sparks, in alot of DIYer projects I would say go for it, but when it comes to K&T it is best left to an electrician. The old wiring method is not ...
Yes, you should have the power disconected before working around these wires.Exterior wiring becomes brittle and has a tendency to crack with age s...
The problem with reducing the wire to #14 is that it allows backstabbing a device that is designed to prevent this on anything but 15 amp circuits....
Hello Scott, I liked your po$$ible.mmano1, as far as your question: quote:Is it possible to relocate the subpanel and is it a big deal?Yes to both...