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Thread: Dryer wiring = no heat.

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    From what I know he is licensed. He talked about getting all of the permits, and then having the city come out and check the work.

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    Jack of all trades frenchie's Avatar
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    Then do as he recommended - call a few other electricians, ask them their price. If he's telling the truth, you're set.

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    If he is changing it from the weatherhead down he is certainly not gouging you. $1300 is about as cheap as you will find for the service alone not to mention repairing the sloppy work in the basement.
    Maybe you should ask him about converting it to underground while he is at it.

    Although if you have breakers now why do you need a new service. Is it Federal Pacific or something with an aluminum buss?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbrn33
    Although if you have breakers now why do you need a new service. Is it Federal Pacific or something with an aluminum buss?

    Yes, it is. Is it as bad as he was making it out to be? He seemed to really hate the current set up.

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