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    Default Now here's an "Electrical system" to be proud of!

    Pretty creative wiring for a new garage that didn't have electricity.

    Worst garage door installation ever

    What do you mean it's not to Code? We don't got no codes here!

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    Default Re: Now here's an "Electrical system" to be proud of!

    Where did this persons "common sense" escape too ? Oh I forgot - Some people have none and are totally oblivious to everyday dangers that lurk amongst us. (Shaking head here)


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    Default Re: Now here's an "Electrical system" to be proud of!

    And it's probably protected in the main panel by a 30 amp fuse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Galen L. Beasley View Post
    And it's probably protected in the main panel by a 30 amp fuse.
    I'm sure. With 14 ga branch wiring, cloth insulation and double tapped.

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    The wiring across the fence as such makes a nice place to hang the laundry...


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    Awesome! That is just fantastic.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Galen L. Beasley View Post
    And it's probably protected in the main panel by a 30 amp fuse.

    Probably not, fuses tend to blow, and then there would be no power. They probably figured out that by sticking a copper penny in the fuse socket, it would not blow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Turetsky View Post
    Probably not, fuses tend to blow, and then there would be no power. They probably figured out that by sticking a copper penny in the fuse socket, it would not blow.
    That's why pennies have "In God We Trust" on them.

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    Default Re: Now here's an "Electrical system" to be proud of!

    the real scary part is that it works or else they would have done it even more specially!!


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