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    Default must read

    It has been four days and no post so I have now made one. love to see your comments

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    Must be like the people who feel they have to tweet, even if it is just to say they are going to Starbucks for a coffee.
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    I have not had any problem with electric here lately.

    I did build a new Light Bulb testing jig this week.

    It is just a Lightbulb socket series wired into the hot side of a 2 Wire extension cord.

    Works like a charm for testing, and before applying full power.

    Nice Lightbulbs are getting harder to get. But the Socket will also let you use a Old School Fuse if you can find them. Or you can use a screw-in adapter to series a external Fuse, Lamp or load.

    I can Post pictures. lol


    Have Fun playing with electricity, and be safe doing it.
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    I'm still trying to remember the details on that magnetics-based low-voltage switching I encountered once.

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    quote; It is just a Lightbulb socket series wired into the hot side of a 2 Wire extension cord.

    And I assume it only works when you have something connected to the end of the extension cord.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hj View Post
    quote; It is just a Lightbulb socket series wired into the hot side of a 2 Wire extension cord.

    And I assume it only works when you have something connected to the end of the extension cord.

    That is correct. That is the DUT Port. Device Under Test.


    They are safe if you play with them properly.

    Also have a place to clamp on a AC amp meter.


    JW would Love this design.
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    I'll be installing 10' of copper through the foundation to maintain a ground.
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    http://www.terrylove.com/forums/showthread.php?54263-New-Water-Line-Should-I-Reduce-Pipe-Size-For-the-Copper-Ground

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    Well for what ever reason I can't get the link to open and I have tried everything

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwelectric View Post
    Well for what ever reason I can't get the link to open and I have tried everything

    Works for me.

    Did you get that Windows update ?

    It hosed a lot of computers.
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    I figured out a way and replied to the thread

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