- Date of Birth
- July 14, 1956 (57)
About John Valdes
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- Campobello SC.
- Master/Contractor Electrical
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- 09-16-2012 01:47 PM
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John Valdes thanked post by BHD On thread : How many amps does this fuse box have?
most fuses are the same size physically and if you keep blowing out 15 amp fuses, the tendency is to put in a heaver fuse, even tho the wire may not handle it,
(I have seen many a fuse box with...
Thanked On: 10-25-2011, 12:11 PM
John Valdes thanked post by masterbeavis On thread : Can I remove thelectricompany's loop? Or is it, HANDS OFF?
Thanked On: 10-17-2011, 12:44 PM
John Valdes thanked post by Alphacowboy On thread : Can I remove thelectricompany's loop? Or is it, HANDS OFF?
I'm with John, as Robs posts are interesting, out there, and he argues with people or ignores their advice even though he asked for it.
I stopped really caring what he posted after this comment in...
Thanked On: 10-17-2011, 12:42 PM
John Valdes thanked post by rjniles On thread : Ground wire becoming live.
If the ground wire and the box were hot, you have a problem somewhere.
Your description confuses me but are you saying each fixture is wired back to a junction box and each switch is wired back...
Thanked On: 10-13-2011, 12:19 PM
John Valdes thanked post by lovetheUSA On thread : GE radiant cook top. Only RED, BLACK and Ground. No Neutral. Is ground also Neutral?
Back in the day, they used the neutral wire to ground the chassis of a stove or dryer. It was never allowed to use a GROUND to carry any current, AFAIK
Thanked On: 09-30-2011, 12:55 PM
John Valdes thanked post by huckster4 On thread : wire. conduit, etc.
Cactus Man, you might be over thinking this. Why not run 1 1/2 pvc from house panel to shop. Pull 4 #6 thhn wires [ 2 hots 1 neutral 1 ground]
Install 60 amp breaker in house panel to feed the...
Thanked On: 08-15-2011, 12:53 PM
John Valdes thanked post by Andy_M On thread : 12-2 through 1/2" EMT
There are local codes that set rules that are sometimes more and sometimes less stringent than NEC. For example, where I live the conduit regs for ug service entrance are more severe...
Thanked On: 05-25-2011, 03:38 PM