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bio website pursuitof42.com
location Tennessee
age 31
visits member for 3 years, 1 month
seen Apr 15 '13 at 18:19
My website is an item that I need to launch, but having a hard time to decide exactly what I want to do with it. It's like anything, starting is the chore, then devoting a few minutes a day to it becomes easy...

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Feb
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Apr
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comment Is it safe to run a USB cable inside a wall?
The downside to these is that you are restricted to USB 1.0/1.1 device speed, but for my needs (a single IR receiver), I'll be fine.
Apr
24
comment Is it safe to run a USB cable inside a wall?
@lglarry Removed donwvote with edit. The real reason I asked is, there seems to be no real distinction for USB cables for in-wall use (optical cables are another which have no rating, and I'm sure I could find more if I needed to).
Apr
23
accepted Is it safe to run a USB cable inside a wall?
Apr
23
comment Is it safe to run a USB cable inside a wall?
Any sources which state this?
Apr
23
awarded  Critic
Apr
23
comment Is it safe to run a USB cable inside a wall?
Downvoting as this doesn't address the real question of whether or not it's safe to run in the wall. Will gladly upvote if real question is addressed.
Apr
21
comment Is it safe to run a USB cable inside a wall?
I'm looking at that exact cable. The item i would plug in is only a foot long, and is only going to hold an IR receiver. I am only concerned about it being safe.
Apr
20
asked Is it safe to run a USB cable inside a wall?
Apr
14
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
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comment Does a bathroom exhaust fan have to vent to the outside?
What if it's vented to the attic where it connects to the main house vent, is that typical or desired? This way there is only one hole in the roof where we could have a leak in.
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Jun
29
comment What's wrong with my wiring?
No way there is room in there for another unit... Getting one in there was enough of a PITA. Luckily all is working, I'll likely just leave the light button on the remote as non-functional. I'd rather have the switch for that work at the wall then have that convenience.
Jun
29
accepted What's wrong with my wiring?
Jun
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awarded  Student
Jun
28
comment What's wrong with my wiring?
There are 5 wires on the remote controller. 2 AC for the wall to the controller (one white, one black). There are 2 more which provide power to the fan (one white, and one black). The fifth is blue, and goes only from the controller to the light on the fan (there is no corresponding blue wire from the controller to connect to the AC power which is controlled by the switch).
Jun
28
comment What's wrong with my wiring?
I understand that. The switch that used to control the light is no longer functional, the switch which controlled the fan now controls the fan and the light. I'd like to be able to use the switch for the light as it existed. The question I was trying to convey was whether or not that was possible.
Jun
28
asked What's wrong with my wiring?