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I Forgot about this one. 5.8KW on a 240V would only draw a little over 24 amps. in the U.S. this would require 10 Awg wire. A standard wire type THHN 10 Awg crosses over to 4.166 MM as the aprox diameter as listed in the NEC chapter 9 Table 5. I am surprised the cable is not melting this is way under sized. To answer the question: No it is not correctly ...


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In the UK colours are as follows old UK colours newer EU colours live red brown neutral black blue earth green green/yellow The switched-live from switches is often insulated with the neutral colour (e.g. black) and should have red tape over it to indicate it is switched-live not neutral. Your ...


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For anyone who may be struggling with this issue, there I a simple solution. My cabinets are partial inset, using plain 3/8's inset hinges that were close to my originals in order to cover black markings left on my stiles. I added toothpicks and glue to original holes.so that my screws fit well. But after installed had to close double doors together or they ...


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As far as I can tell, this means coil sections are added and removed to couple efficiently to the pot currently in use, monitoring whether power is being drawn or not. It is a bit nicer than having to be as aware of minimum/maximum pot radius for each inductor, which requires a bit if attention on my induction range. Pick your price/features trade-off... (...


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They are completely safe for use. But before you apply one of these plastic products, first get some rust reducer. Sand or scrape to remove most of the rust, and then apply the rust reducer. These reverse the oxidation process as well as providing a smooth surface suitable for painting or covering with those plastic products.


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1) For connecting face frames use 2-1/2" or so #8 wood screws. Pre-drill the holes with a counter sink bit. Best way to hide them is to place them where the hinge hardware will cover them up. 2) For securing the cabinets to the wall use cabinet screws with a nice washer head, not drywall screws. If you need to attach a cabinet to a side wall or adjacent ...


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While I am not a cabinet maker by trade, I have successfully built two full sets of cabinets (base and uppers) and am currently getting ready to hang my third in my newly renovated kitchen. First, always start with the corner box. If it is not already level, square and secure, you'll want to make it so before attaching the other boxes as it's your ...



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