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  1. Are you sure they have 120/240 and 120/208?

    Are you sure they have 120/240 and 120/208?
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    No. Do not break the tab on the silver...

    No. Do not break the tab on the silver screw(white wire) side.
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    It looks like it will be simple. You will need a...

    It looks like it will be simple. You will need a short piece of black wire the proper gauge. #14 for 15 amp circuit and #12 for 20 amp circuit.
    Add the short pigtail wire to the two black wires in...
  4. The owners of this site don't seem to be around....

    The owners of this site don't seem to be around. As a moderator I still have access but I have no contact with admin.
    Last info I have was that the owners were someone called Quinstreet.
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    The owners of the site have not been maintaining...

    The owners of the site have not been maintaining it. As a moderator I still have access but other than that not much is being done.
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    Here is the picture right side up. It looks like...

    Here is the picture right side up. It looks like it should be fine to raise to the bottom of the 2x8. I would not be cutting into the 2x8 without better look at the complete wall setup.

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    Is it possible there is a cap strip covering the...

    Is it possible there is a cap strip covering the screws?
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    I would not shut off any valves. With the pump...

    I would not shut off any valves. With the pump off leave them open so all water can be drained past them.
    If you still have some low spots a compressor to blow them out may be needed. Or adjust the...
  9. Thread: login issues

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    login issues

    I anyone in power is out there we an issue logging into the mod screens. No problem on the normal cookie login.
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    1980 wiring if done to code should have a ground....

    1980 wiring if done to code should have a ground. If the system is metal conduit then the conduit is the ground.
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    I can only guess that there is some sort of air...

    I can only guess that there is some sort of air lock even with the hole.
    When you pull the plug do you get an air bubble coming out from under the pump?
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    That cat will jump over it after the first shock...

    That cat will jump over it after the first shock if it even gets shocked.

    This is just a bad idea no matter how you do it.
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    Not likely to kill them but also not likely to...

    Not likely to kill them but also not likely to shock them. 12VDC is not enough to shock.
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    I'm not to clear on your spa plan. The neutral...

    I'm not to clear on your spa plan.
    The neutral and ground should be connected together only at one point, the first means of disconnect in house. All other panels are sub panels and the neutral and...
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    Definitely sounds like GFCI tripping fault....

    Definitely sounds like GFCI tripping fault. Measure the resistance(ohms) from the hots and neutral to ground at the brew unit plug. They should all measure open(very high resistance.).
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    The problem is with the breaker in the main...

    The problem is with the breaker in the main panel.
    I would pull it out and inspect the connection points.
    You can test the breaker for continuity while it is out. It much older than the other...
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    Cold water if i was doing it. Unless you had a...

    Cold water if i was doing it. Unless you had a recirculator it probably never get actual hot water anyway.
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    Thread is almost 10 years old. I think the issue...

    Thread is almost 10 years old. I think the issue has been resolved by now.
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    No need for insults banned.

    No need for insults

    banned.
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    It's called a suicide cord for a reason. If you...

    It's called a suicide cord for a reason. If you unplug one end with other end still powered you have live exposed terminals. If it can happen it will no matter how careful you are.
    Is is also...
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    http://www.dentmagician.ca/

    http://www.dentmagician.ca/
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    Instead of trying to splice in the T go to the...

    Instead of trying to splice in the T go to the nearest receptacle and come back through the T to the other receptacle with the ground.
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    There is a blockage in the drain line. Is it...

    There is a blockage in the drain line.
    Is it only the tub drain or do other drains run slow or backup into the tub?
  24. Check all the devices on the circuit, even the...

    Check all the devices on the circuit, even the good ones for a loose connection.
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    When was the last time you had the tank pumped?...

    When was the last time you had the tank pumped? Solids will build up over time and need to be pumped out.
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