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Old 02-14-2017, 10:52 AM   #181
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Old 02-14-2017, 04:11 PM   #182
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Im kinda new here so i would like to ask how do a post a topic thanks
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Im kinda new here so i would like to ask how do a post a topic thanks
I find it easiest to click on the Electricians Talk logo at the top left of the page and then select the appropriate forum for your question. The rest is easy to follow
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There is also some help here.
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That works well if you go to the first page or know how to get there. If you are viewing threads I never go to the front page unless I post a thread.
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That is weird here are mine. Although the golden is gone now. I use tiny pic because it is just easier than dicking with the picture issue here.

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That is weird here are mine. Although the golden is gone now. I use tiny pic because it is just easier than dicking with the picture issue here.

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does all tinypic image links show up sideways?

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I have heard of a number of people complain that their pic came out sideways but I don't recall if they used tiny pics or not
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It can also be an issue with iphone user. Which way you hold you phone when you take the pic can have issues when uploaded to sites.

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POsted a question in wrong spot guess it was meant to be in DIY can any mod delet it so I can move it or move it for me thanks
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How is 12/3 Romex or any electrical wire manufactured
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Interesting first question, I'd say off hand just like 14-3 romex but with the next larger AWG wire size!



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Hi I'm Yussif and an electrical engineer .. I'm currently working on a 3phase automatic changeover switch but the relays are clicking and I don't know why it like that


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Hello All,
Can somebody bail me out , I am looking for an old circuit breaker made by Brush Electrical company with serial No:67552/15, Type R4/1MK8, Frequency is 50hz, Making Capacity is 33.4Peak KA.

I will be glad as well if this forum can help with the following spare list:

Shunting trip and closing coil 132V.A Max and 88V.A Minimum, closing and tripping relays, Poker Female and Male for the same Circuit breaker.

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Are you getting proper coil voltage on your relays?

You may want to post this in the General Electrical Discussion forum, it should get more views there.
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