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Dec
22
awarded  Notable Question
Sep
21
comment 8 channel camera system - can i put more than 8 cameras?
Hmm the only issue is as longneck mentioned, can the nvr handle that much video...I would love to put in 4 more cameras but I would like someone who might have more experience that could answer that based on my initial post, the model I have, etc.
Sep
21
comment 8 channel camera system - can i put more than 8 cameras?
Grant - im not sure I follow, if I've already got 8 cameras being used up in the NVR (back side of the NVR) how exactly am I going to get the 9th setup? Plus the lorex brand never work with seperate switches, you always have to have some sort of Lorex POE switch to make it work.
Sep
21
comment 8 channel camera system - can i put more than 8 cameras?
Awesome response so far - The issue though is the back of the NVR only has room for 8 cameras, that would mean having to purchase a POE switch. But the POE switches are expensive, hence my question...
Sep
21
asked 8 channel camera system - can i put more than 8 cameras?
Sep
16
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Sep
16
comment Builder used same brand for lights and fan in 3 different places
@HenryJackson - That sort of helps but the main issue is its in the same house...meaning my master bedroom is simply above our family room...I cannot seem to change the frequency as it still interfers.
Sep
16
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Sep
16
comment Is the Electrician trying to scam me?
That would cost $50 in labor and $40 for all the 9v batteries what a scammer...that alone pisses me off. Who can't change their own smoke detector batteries, for whats he's charging he should throw that in...
Sep
16
asked Builder used same brand for lights and fan in 3 different places
Aug
19
comment Why is the water dripping from my patio furniture removing the sand from the joints between bricks?
Use polymeric sand
May
19
comment Outlet causes breaker/fuse to trip but why
Ended up being a bad outlet, simply replaced it and all is well.
May
19
accepted Outlet causes breaker/fuse to trip but why
May
12
comment Outlet causes breaker/fuse to trip but why
Makes sense thank you
May
11
comment Outlet causes breaker/fuse to trip but why
Sorry I'm not an electrician, can you explain more. Would I need to replace the outlet completely?
May
11
revised Outlet causes breaker/fuse to trip but why
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May
11
asked Outlet causes breaker/fuse to trip but why
Feb
26
comment Christmas lights haunting me
Well I spoke too soon, and forgot to post this. On christmas eve, yes christmas eve, all the lights went out again. As soon as I unplugged one strip it would work but plugging in another tripped it up again! I dont know why from about december 7th till christmas eve it worked fine...but by christmas eve I ran into the same problem. Im going to install a few new electrical outlets this summer.
Dec
11
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Dec
9
comment Kitchen Remodel Order
Thats true - either way works, but if you already have done the electrical / dry wall there isnt much damage to be done to the flooring after this. But you are right there can be damage due to cabinets being put in...especially if its hardwood flooring - less so for tile / ceramic / marble installations. But like I said this was about spot on to what we had done. Also never underestimate the cost...it always grows based on things you might have missed.