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Old 02-20-2015, 10:13 PM   #21
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Old 02-20-2015, 11:23 PM   #22
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Usually attic work SUCKS but being able to stand up and no insulation almost makes it too easy!
I was actually liking working up there

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What, no swamp cooler?
I was surprised that I didn't see a sign of one.



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Was the original meter really high or is the new one really low?
I see a lot of old ones up high. Now it's 4' to 6' 3". I put it at the new standard height in case they ever want to go underground, all we have to do is flip the bus around and dig.

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Is it romex to the j-box and individual conductors to the panel?
They let us use romex here. It's not normally subject to dampness or wetness

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So when was Phoenix settled by people anyway?
Wiki say the town of Phoenix was settled in 1867 . Most of the growth came after WWII

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Why the can anyway? didn't want to wrestle with an LB?
I actually had an LB on my truck/in my hand and was going to use it but I didn't have a 2" PVC male adapter or anything else to fill the small gap into the building.

I put down some planking throughout to walk on, stripped out all the old wiring and cut a bunch of holes for switches and receps etc. Unbelievably simple with all the headroom.

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1933? That's practically brand new in these parts! The house I grew up in was built in 1790 and the Victorian I am writing this from right now was built in 1892. Heck, my Grandfather (who still lives) is older than that house by 11 years!
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