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accepted Is there a downside to leaving cavity in wall behind mirror?
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accepted How do I temporarily remove section of vinyl fence?
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comment How do I temporarily remove section of vinyl fence?
Thanks. I ended up removing the last section (against a corner) which allowed enough movement of the posts. I then used clamps to squeeze the plastic.
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accepted Is a ground required when replacing an old single pole single throw switch?
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comment Is a ground required when replacing an old single pole single throw switch?
@TheEvilGreebo yes the outlet is grounded
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revised Is a ground required when replacing an old single pole single throw switch?
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revised Is a ground required when replacing an old single pole single throw switch?
added picture
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comment Is a ground required when replacing an old single pole single throw switch?
It's a 3 prong outlet, although it is a separate circuit (had to turn off a different breaker).
Dec
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comment Is a ground required when replacing an old single pole single throw switch?
There's an outlet in the same box that should (I hope??) have a ground wire. It is on a separate circuit though. It sounds like the exception wouldn't apply in this case then because a ground wire wound be in the enclosure. Is that correct?
Dec
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comment Is a ground required when replacing an old single pole single throw switch?
@TheEvilGreebo it looks like the wires inside of romex. 14 gauge with plastic insulation
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asked Is a ground required when replacing an old single pole single throw switch?