With what seems like a coming requirement to protect all 120V circuits in the home with AFCI's, I wonder what that would do for this situation. I saw this last week on a "no heat" call. It was a string of baseboard heaters in the lobby of an inn. Some of them were not working. When I took apart what seemed like the offending link in the chain, I was greeted with the sight in the pictures below. These heaters were 240 volt. AFCI's won't help this problem. The NM cable feeding this heater was scorched back a good 3 to 4 feet before I could get good cable. I think I got there just in time.
So what do you use to get your phone pics onto your computer MD?
Just curious because I use Verizon and I recently did some serious modifying to my phone so I could do that instead of paying 10 cents per picture to send one of my own pictures to myself(I hate Verizon, but their service is great)
My phone gives me the option to "send" any picture in my album. I can't send to an email address, only to another phone. My wife's phone can send pics to another phone or to an email. So, what I do is send them to my wife's phone, then use her phone to email them to myself. I wish there was just a cable I could put straight from the phone to my USB port. Maybe there is... I might have to stop by the cell phone store.
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