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A 32 inch slab fits in a 34" jam.. Just to clarify.
You don't need a plate under a single stud or board.
Of many descriptions, you should be able to find something to work, just a few inches away from your main panel....
Just put another another in a basement wired in parallel so either could turn it on, you would have to figure out what temp in the basement would...
some where built wonky.
Fernco couplings come with the clamps so i am sure any lub they have applied would not effect the rubber.
I would guess a new clamp has a little grease on the threads.
Maybe so it doesn't go bump when you walk on it and the silicone is to repair the hole in the VB
No soffets is usually a problem, do you have a gable roof or a hip roof, do you have high vents near or at the peak?
Having your own inspection done to find things that need to be fixed so you are not up against time lines and deep discounts to make a sale....
Usually there is a hole in the concrete around that drain so you can change the location.
Depending on the lit you speak of, If it is a plastic...
Why not just remove the tile and drywall. A space like that would not be a problem if the ceiling is sealed and no house air can get there or you...
Sounds like a split outlet that some one wired in series instead of parallel
That looks like the right idea, breakers do have to match the breaker box you have. But yes a double pole 20 would be the answer.
You also have to worry about the joists in the floor they may need support directly under the new wall location.
I don't know,. bondo would be more for dents, it's like fixing drywall.
this is not a car, bus or truck. there is no way in hell i would use inline fuses.
With a steel door they fill dents with automotive bondo.
Change the double 30 breaker to a double 20 breaker and just run 12/2 from that junction box.
So you took down a wall before looking upstairs, I hope you have learned something.
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