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At the end of the day it's about safety. So it pays to account for the user's force-of-will. If a code violation of one type or another is inevitable, it is a matter of least harm
In thermostat wiring, C stands for Common. Look for a terminal labeled Com, which is another abbreviation for common. I did not look up your thermostat, however it is likely that it needs the common wire to work properly
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First, are they wet cell lead-acid batteries? Most (but not all) lead-acid batteries in common use are either 6 volts or 12 volts. You can recharge a 12 volt battery in all the conventional ways you'd recharge a car battery. For 6 volt batteries, pla
I've already installed three separate WiFi thermostats (using an external transformer for each) but never one that controlled both cooling and heating. I can see that I have the red wire for the heat hooked up to R terminal and the cooling red wire h
(Last Updated On: November 18, 2017)Traditional, non-smart thermostats act as a switch that turn your heat or air-conditioning on or off. It doesn’t need a steady power source. Today’s connected thermostats, on the other hand, need electricity to pow
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Improving unfinished basement in 7 year old log home to have a small shop and a mancave Installing sub panel 40 wire feet from main panel mainly because i don't want to home-run all my circuits to the main panel. Shop wiring going to main.
Am I allowed to add new sockets onto lighting circuit nowadays? Yes. Do I need to worry about lighting per square foot? Other than for your own personal preference since it's your own home, not really. Overloading the lights - well I only use LED lig
Everything downstream of the GFCI has to be connected to both the Hot and Neutral from the Load side of the GFCI. The way you've wired it, when the heater kicks on, current is flowing from the Load side of the GFCI through the heater and back to the