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Yes. Evacuate the house immediately and do not return. Call your insurance company and have them total the entire building and by you a new home. Tell your neighbors they should vacate the area as well. It's not that serious. But yes. You should avoid all temptations to lick or touch the metal conductors of those wires directly with your skin. Whoever ...


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Those are indeed hazardous "exposed wires", and you should take immediate precautions to make it impossible for anyone to inadvertently touch them. Ideally, you'd turn off power to that circuit and either keep it turned off, or while the power is off cover the exposed wires securely with an insulating device (a securely fastened wire nut, electrical tape, ...


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I think you are way over thinking this. Take your copper cable and crimp an appropriately sized copper ring terminal onto the end. Then drill and tap a threaded hole in the stainless steel bus bar that takes a screw of a size to fit nicely in the hole of the ring terminal. Simply screw the terminal to the bus bar and be done with the job. Obviously it is up ...


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I have faced a similar problem with the MS-OPS2. After talking to technical support and ruling out the "open ground" condition by running a jumper with to earth ground to the MS-OPS2's ground wire. Lutron technical support told me to get a different product offering (MS-OPS6M2N-DV-6) I said to myself "bullsh*t" it is just a switch. It works or it is bad. ...



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