"You are beyond hope and beyond reason. use all the aliases you want....you're toast."
Sorry, but I have never posted under an alias, here or anyplace else.
As you are jumping to conclusion again. All I did was respond to the your commnet on the size of 5ft heaters.
You where wrong.
And for portable ones here is a 1500 watt, 5ft.
I never commented on whether they should be on a separate circuit or not.
"Back stabbing. Well yet another non-issue by any previous post on this board. OP indicates wiring a 20 amp circuit. A 20 amp circuit has to have the proper gague wire. A 15 amp receptacle with a 20 amp feed through is the only ones with "back stabbing" and that can only handle 14 AWG not 12 AWG. You can't have 14 AWG on a 20 amp circuit. This is why you cannot back-stab on a 20 amp circuit a 15 amp receptacle except the last one on end of run. I don't know why you cannot comprehend this simple thing and continue to bring it up under your many aliases and still stubbornly insist you may. However, this was not at issue here, so you just bring "more junk to the table"."
I never said ANYTHING about BACK STABING.
I mentioned BACKWIRING. You really need to understand the difference.
As far as being TOAST I am still posting on BT where I have been for several years.
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