junction box

  1. RehabMD

    HELP! - Strange Rust on (2) NEW Heaters

    Hello all I fear a dispute with waterproofing contractor so need some advice I have two new water heaters in a duplex (one in each respective basement) -Model: Rheem 50gal Heaters (Purchased at Home Depot) -Electric heaters -Expansion Tanks -Dehumidifiers running 24/7 Heaters were...
  2. thevictors51

    Terminating an Indoor wire in an outdoor Junction Box

    I have a switch inside that controls one light inside by the basement sliding door (like a security thing to make it seem like someone is home). I am planning on getting rid of it and wiring a switch to a junction box outside to control some outdoor lights that we would install in the future...
  3. Mitch_R

    junction box has come loose from brick wall

    I have a junction box that is screwed into the outside of a brick wall, but the two screws going into the brick are loose. Is there a preferred way to tighten this thing up (replace screws with bigger screws? some kind of adhesive behind the box to hold it to the brick?)? Thanks, Mitch
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