Type: Posts; User: yucan2
Hey! I resemble that remark...:grin2:
Very informative, thanks.
I got the Autocad document. Thanks.
I also came across the attached and merged it into one file.
So you modified the boiler to solve the concussion dilemma? That's a dangerous ocean to swim in.
At the very least I'd get the manufacturer involved and get their thoughts, preferably in writing,...
Thanks and no need to convert, I have Autocad.
Thanks for all the replies.
Owner's happy as all appears well but I assured him that without service being performed soon and in some cases phasing out his way past operating age equipment he...
Went on my first walk-in cooler call. While I'm quite comfortable with furnaces and am getting that way with a.c. units, this walk-in left me wondering.
The call was for a tripping breaker....
Lusker makes a great point. If the school has not even mentioned grants and/or financing options there is something very wrong with that venue. No accreditation, government acceptance or something...
I assume, correctly I hope, that the remote screen is connected to a remote PC. If so, check the system bios to ensure that "Wake on Lan" is enabled and that all power saving features are turned off.
Looks fine to me.
Do a search for "TWILLY" or just go here: http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?threadid=116113
So it would seem.
This doesn't happen often and when it does I'm usually dumbfounded or certainly quite surprised but,
There is absolutely nothing to be gained in beating a dead horse. Hopefully this will be my final post on this topic.
I think I've communicated with Charlie on a number of other purely electrical...
Not just inspectors but contractors, electricians and trade schools also differ with your interpretation.
Your reference has a FPN that refers one to the following and should be adhered to:...
There was a time I wouldn't have given an install like that a second thought.
Why is it that we frown on DIY'ers, I frown on them also, and yet at the same time expect all others to know as much...
I didn't write the NEC, I just go by it. You can never, except in the most specific circumstances, legally have a #12 conductor on a 25 amp breaker or fuse. To wit:
NEC 2011 240.4 D
The quickest way to void a manufacturers warranty is to ignore the manufacturer's minimum OCPD requirement. If the manufacturer requires a minimum 25 amp OCPD then #12 is not "ok".
Welcome aboard. I'm a former Marine. I see you retired from the Navy but were you ever in the military?
Just joshing and thanks for the service.:patriot:
I have no clue. I think I got this info. from someone else on this forum. I don't recall who but it was fairly recently, (within the past month). Maybe he or she will see your post?
His friend is correct.
Multimeter's are no mystery and usually come with pretty good documentation as to what they are capable of. Your item of concern probably lies more in electrical theory I'd guess.
If this is the...
My circle of friends include a number of teachers. I like to think they're all caring professionals that keep the needs of their students foremost in their mind.
However, I can recall vividly my...
Go slow now. You will have problems with the gas valve because of the 45 degree pipe? Please elaborate.
Nevermind, I see it. No drip leg.
I've had numerous customers request that I remove their "programmable stat" and request that I "just put in that round one that turns it off and on". Go figure. :deadhorse: