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Old 01-01-2017, 10:53 AM   #1
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I found this in a house I renovated in Nelson, BC (the first city in the province to have electricity)

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Old 01-01-2017, 11:03 AM   #2
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All I see is a blue square with a question mark inside of it. I lived in Rossland; miss the Kootenays.
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Upload your photo to someplace on the web, then

Then paste the address for your photo into the box that pops up.

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An old time fused main:

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Then paste the address for your photo into the box that pops up.
That's what I tried...don't want to waste posting something that does not work
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Just go to "Manage Attachments" and attach your image. Turn it into a JPEG first.
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Found this in a house I bought...
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Ah, the good old days...
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Found this in a house I bought...
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Ah, the good old days...
Can honestly say seeing that is a first!
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My first wire stripper as a first year:
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Specialized for telecommunications
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Haven't seen one of those in years.
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Panel still in use:

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I imagine that the lightbulb was used for finding a short?
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I imagine that the lightbulb was used for finding a short?
Yep .,, that is the fastest way to see if you have a short or not.
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After a lot of searching I am fortunate to have one of these with the radio plug in brown and ivory.
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