Drill out the screws and use a tap and die set to rethread the screw hole. Then replace with stainless steel screws. U.S.M.C. Semper Fi !!!
That is correct. The panel itself is part of the grounding path. The panel back and/or side should have prefab holes for grounding bars. Use these ...
You can use the side K.O.'s but make sure that they are protected especially if the panel is surface mounted. You wouldn't want to bang them up by ...
Sounds neat. You are wise beyond your years to follow the foreman or forewoman in this case. You're welcome. U.S.M.C. Semper Fi !!!
Last post didn't work. Anyway, There is no switch that I can think of. You will need another switch leg to the device. U.S.M.C. Semper Fi !!!
If you can kill the circuit that would be best. Especially if this is a constant or unswitched hot. This would avoid any confusion in the future. I...
I'm not exactly sure what it is you are looking for, but You can try looking at Leviton,Amp,or home controls.com for home automation. These three c...
I am planning to build my house in the next year and am planning on using Split Face block seconds. Is this material any more expensive than White ...
Grammyof14 Have the power company pull your meter out and check the termination points. Make sure that there are no burned wires or terminations i...
Go to blackanddeckerappliances.com Black and decker sell a mounting plate for about $25. It will fit almost all of their ovens. Other than that, I...
I have been thinking on this one. I can only suggest that maybe some small recessed cans that use MR lamps can be used around the skylight. This is...
If you don't own a circuit tracer, you can turn on the light or plug a lamp in and turn it on depending on the circuit you are looking for. Turn ...
That's awsome! I'm glad that you found the problem. This can happen sometimes. U.S.M.C. Semper Fi !!!
Fortunately or not, depending on the product almost nothing is truly American anymore. The global economy has made it not cost effective to produce...
If a circuit is disconnected or abandoned then that portion of the circuit is to be removed. If you cap off the ends and leave them in a box, the b...
Voltage seems fine and 80' is just fine as well. By double lugged I mean, are there more than one wire on a single pole breaker. Put your hot wire ...
Hey Drew. If running a new circuit is easy to acheive I would definitely do that. I don't particularly like joints as they have the potential to ...
I've been thinking on this and here is what I would check. Check the breaker with a meter to ensure that the breaker is good. Reset any GFCI recept...