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Definitely dependent on voltage and cord length. All modern UL listed portable motor-driven tools have wire gauge/length specs. included in the owner's manual. If you do not have the manual you should be able to do an internet search and get one. When in doubt, use heavier wire: a voltage drop across a cord that is too long and/or lightweight will damage the ...


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Even if the cord is protected by FMC (flexible metal conduit), once the unit falls on it, it'd best be inspected anyway. Install an Anti-tip Bracket on top of the unit: (intelligentvending.co.uk) If the owner of the building will not let you secure a vending machine to the wall (which has fallen over multiple times) it's time to find a new place to put ...


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That was not previous tenant work. That was shoddy handyman work over a long period of time. I'd venture to bet it was the LL himself trying to save money. Bottom line is: You CANNOT do ANY electrical work in a place that you are renting (if that's what you are asking). Your only recourse is to contact the LL and tell him about it and ask him to make the ...


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Unfortunately, the Aquastat you're using does not expose a C terminal. The transformer is likely soldered directly to the board; so unless you're good with a solder gun, you're going to have to buy a different thermostat. The red wire attached to the T terminal, should be connected to the R terminal of the thermostat. The white wire attached to the T ...


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If those red and white wires are wired correctly, the +24v 'R' terminal should be the red wire in the upper right, that is under the 'T' screw. Do NOT mess with either of the (12g) wires in the upper left, under the L1 and L2 terminals. Shut the power off to the unit before you go poking around in there. The C terminal you're after does not seem to be user ...



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