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I mostly operate routers.


Feb
6
awarded  Custodian
Feb
6
reviewed Excellent Does turning circuit breakers off cause wear?
Feb
6
reviewed Excellent How can I use this timer?
Feb
6
reviewed No Action Needed How do I cover nail holes in composite trim in a wet location?
Feb
6
revised How do I cover nail holes in composite trim in a wet location?
Composite, not MDF
Feb
5
asked How do I cover nail holes in composite trim in a wet location?
Feb
4
comment How can I install a new bathroom GFCI receptacle?
Are you trying to add an additional outlet in the bathroom, wired from an existing outlet, and making this additional outlet in the bathroom GFCI? Is the existing outlet also in the bathroom? It might make sense to replace the existing outlet in the bathroom with a GFCI outlet, and then protect the new outlet using the LOAD terminals on the GFCI. Short version: where is the existing outlet and what do you want to protect?
Feb
3
awarded  Custodian
Feb
3
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How can I install this programmable switch?
Feb
2
answered How can I install this programmable switch?
Feb
1
answered How can I shut off circuits when I have a generator with an automatic transfer switch?
Jan
26
comment How do I run a dock circuit and what size breaker will be needed?
It doesn't sound like you need 220, 110V should be fine for your purposes as you've described them.
Jan
23
comment What kinds of dimmers do I need?
If the main dimmer is at half, and the 'sub-dimmer' for branch #1 is full, what power do you want the lights on branch #1 at?
Jan
23
revised What kinds of dimmers do I need?
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Jan
22
answered How can I insulate an area without an attic above it?
Jan
21
revised How do I wire a receptacle and a light switch?
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Jan
21
answered Which side of a sink should I install a garbage disposal in?
Jan
21
answered How do I wire a receptacle and a light switch?
Jan
19
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
18
comment Why do I only have 30V going to my light fixture
The first thing I would do is take your multimeter and go to another fixture and make sure you see 120VAC on it - just to make sure the meter works correctly (assuming you are in a 120VAC country)