Last Activity:12-29-2008 8:46 PM
Posted in thread: Another Outlet Question on 03-04-2008 at 04:42 PM
You'll have to check this to verify but, I think you have a dual circuit outlet w/a shared
neutral. Check the old outlet to see if you have continuity between the two hot lugs (I suspect
not). If you ...
Posted in thread: Stuck Bathroom Door on 03-04-2008 at 02:06 PM
Not really stuck but the door in a bathroom is either disfigured a tad or installed poorly and
it catches a small bit in the frame and hence you have to slam the door shut as the door wedges
Posted in thread: Another Outlet Question on 03-04-2008 at 01:20 PM
Thanks to those who helped me earlier. A few outlets in my new condo do not have ground wires
(most do). I've run into another odd outlet and have a question. Outlet is in kitchen next to
sink. I want...
Posted in thread: Odd Wiring in Condo on 02-13-2008 at 07:50 PM
Thanks to everyone for the help. As that I spend my day as a lawyer and only attempt to
electricute myself on weekends I will be using the advice here. Greatly appreciated.
Posted in thread: Hi Everyone on 02-12-2008 at 03:26 PM
Just moved into a new condo. Trying to do as much stuff to it as I can. It's in great shape.
But primarily I want to install some new light fixtures, replace all the switches and
recepticles and maybe...
Posted in thread: Odd Wiring in Condo on 02-12-2008 at 03:00 PM
Welcome Shawn:Typically the red wire is the 'common' or 'traveler' wire for a 3 way switch. I
definitely would not use the red wire for a ground. You can put a yellow wire nut on the end of
it and ter...
Posted in thread: Odd Wiring in Condo on 02-12-2008 at 12:31 AM
Looking to replace switches and recepticles in a condo. Took off the switch and found the
following: a.) one black wire; b.) one red wire; c.) no green wire; and d.) the two wires go
into the back of ...