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Groovy/JavaScript/Java developer for Optaros, Inc.

If I down-voted your question, it was almost certainly because it wasn't programming related or because it was a "I don't know anything about X, write my code for me." Try to educate yourself before asking a question.

If I down-voted your answer, it was because it was either just wrong, or more often, because you failed to read the question. e.g., Q: "I need a way to share files... I don't think I want Subversion..." Your answer: "Use subversion(link)". Or you just posted the first link from Google, without any explanation. If it was that easy, we wouldn't need to ask the question would we?


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comment Why won't the fan run independently of the air conditioner?
R + G makes a clicking sound in the furnace, but produces no other sounds or airflow. Tried it directly on the board as well, with the same result.
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comment What is involved in replacing leaking iron drain pipes in a house with a concrete foundation?
I don't have basement...
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asked Why won't the fan run independently of the air conditioner?
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comment GFCI not tripped, but no current downstream
In my case, it seems that it was just sketchy connections in a junction box. Unscrewed the wire nuts, straightened out the connections and screwed the nuts back on and haven't had a problem since.
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comment GFCI not tripped, but no current downstream
I checked the junction box off the GFCI and the connections were a bit sketchy. I redid the connections and didn't have a problem this morning, so I'm hopeful that was it.
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comment GFCI not tripped, but no current downstream
The switch and light are both downstream from the outlet, which also loses power.
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comment GFCI not tripped, but no current downstream
The outlet also loses power. Are you saying that it could break the full circuit, not just the power to the light?
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comment GFCI not tripped, but no current downstream
The switch is just for the light and tripping the GFCI has always killed power to the shed. It's just recently that it started behaving oddly.
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revised How do I remove the front panel of my refrigerator to replace the water line?
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