Furnace disconnect requirements

- First, does this section apply?  Yes.  The blower fan for any furnace will be rated over 1/8 horsepower.  A lockout at the circuit breaker in a different room is not an acceptable method… unless the exception in italics contradicts that. 34 to see what all that’s about. .  Items 1 and 2 tell me the disconnect needs to be in sight of the appliance.  Ok, now I turn to section 422 ..More

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Exposed light bulbs in closets

-  With a 50,000 hour life, by the time this thing needs replacement, incandescent light bulbs will be a thing of the past. . On the other hand, there is nothing unsafe about installing this product in place of an existing incandescent bulb ..More

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An easy fix for split boots at plumbing vent flashings

-  This is what happens to those cheap rubber boots over time.  Here’s water damage at a bathroom ceiling (not mine), which resulted from this defect. .  They seem to last about 10 – 15 years here in Minnesota. I ought to inspect my own roof more often ..More

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Buying a new model home? Find out when your warranty begins.

- The builder sought to dismiss the homeowner’s claims on the basis that the homeowner did not discover the problem within the 10 year period after the home was built. The homeowner responded by claiming that the home could not have been substantially complete until the certificate of occupancy was issued by the city in January 1996. . The builder argued that the home was substantially complete in the summer of 1995 but, in any event, not later than November 15, 1995 when the homeowner agreed to purchase the home. The homeowner sued the builder to recover money damages to compensate him for the water damage to the home ..More

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Using an infrared camera to find an overloaded circuit

-  That generally applies to circuit breakers or wires over 140° Fahrenheit. .  The images below show a couple of nice examples of this. In some cases, however, we find wires or circuit breakers that are so hot that we don’t even bother testing the amperage; we just say it’s overheated, it’s a fire hazard, get it fixed ..More

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