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Simon B
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19 votes

Using 336V HVDC at home

14 votes
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Why is the floor corridor circuit breaker tripping before my flat one?

12 votes

How to temporarily remove one hinge on a door with two hinges

10 votes

Is it possible to replace just the antique locks or will I need to get whole new doors?

10 votes

Main water supply's grounding wires

9 votes

Any risk in installing a one-way valve?

8 votes

How is 240v derived from 120/208v feed

8 votes

Why is my borewell pump drawing 6 kW when it's rated 3 kW?

7 votes

Are deep-cycle batteries for off-grid power tolerant of temperature changes?

7 votes

Wiring Ethernet through Telephone Cable

7 votes

Propane stove/oven soot/carbon smell

6 votes

Is a 120V/208V MWBC good enough for 240V loads?

6 votes

Why is a circuit out after lights were blinking?

6 votes

GFCI Trips immediately after energizing circuit

6 votes

Pulling outlets from the wall for backsplash install

6 votes

How to safely use euro 16A 250V plug in UK sockets

5 votes

Old double socket has two Live and Neutrals terminals, new socket has one?

5 votes

Can you use a HID light bulb to illuminate a garage/workshop?

5 votes

Why do I need batteries to use solar when the grid is down?

5 votes

24 VAC Transformers in Parallel?

5 votes

Is light flickering only on camera bad?

4 votes

How to find the cause of electrified refrigerator?

4 votes
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I hear coal burns hotter than wood. Can I burn coal in my wood stove, and just use less?

4 votes

Is it a good idea to insulate exterior steel gas pipes?

4 votes

Can I have independent heating zones with a standard boiler?

4 votes

Scorched plug and socket

4 votes

How to revitalize wood screw hole where screw won't stay tight?

4 votes

UK ampacity limits for appliance power cord versus house wiring

4 votes

Why doesn't our new electric water heater provide hot water at the sink?

4 votes

Splitting ethernet port

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