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Last Activity:05-04-2009 12:11 AM
Posted in thread: Under Cabinet Lighting on 05-04-2009 at 12:57 AM
Code says that it has to be installed to manufacturers specs. Many manufacturers say that you
can double wires on the buss bar. The only catch is that the wires you double up have to be the
Posted in thread: flourescent lighting problem on 05-04-2009 at 12:36 AM
Yes there are 2 ballasts. All ballasts will control one or two lamps depending on the fixture
and ballast. The part number wont mean anything for ballasts. all you need to know is the
length of the la...
Posted in thread: GFCI Outlets Outdoors/Garage on 05-04-2009 at 12:25 AM
you can find more info about this at Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter(s) GFCI (NEC Code -
Tripping GFI - Installation)
Posted in thread: GFCI problem on 05-04-2009 at 12:22 AM
there is more info at Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter(s) GFCI (NEC Code - Tripping GFI -
Installation) on GFI's and troubleshooting.
Posted in thread: Interior flood light keeps burning out on 05-04-2009 at 12:15 AM
If you are hearing a snapping sound and its only the one light that is having an issue, a CFl
isn't going to fix the problem. Its sounds like the fixture socket is getting a bad connection.
Posted in thread: Generator Cord and Inlet box 20A to 30A on 05-04-2009 at 12:02 AM
12/3 is not suffiecient for 30A 12/3 is only good for 20A. So long story short, no your
inherited Cord is not suffiecient. If you can replace the receptacle in the Inlet box, it could
be reused, howev...
Posted in thread: GFCI Circuit on 05-03-2009 at 11:49 PM
I second Petey. Can't share the nuetral between 2 GFIs
Posted in thread: GFCI Outlets Outdoors/Garage on 05-03-2009 at 11:30 PM
A GFI tester shouldn't trip an arc fault breaker. Arc faults are sensative to power spikes and
arcing voltage where a GFI measures the difference between the power going out and coming back
to make su...
Posted in thread: GFCI problem on 05-03-2009 at 11:30 PM
If you replaced the GFI and when you push the reset button it flashes green and trips again,
then your problem is not the GFI. You have a ground fault somewhere down the line from the GFI.
Refer to my...