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Old 09-24-2012, 10:36 AM   #11
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As promised... here are 2 pictures of the main lug and my kal clone control panel hanging on the wall (not connected to anything). I guess it is time to text the electrician and see when he is available... (Oh, don't get all concerned when you notice the white box mounted to the wall down below. It's not some new DIY brewing gadget you don't know about---that is just the control panel for my sprinkler system that I had to move down there.)


I didn't realize how rough that plywood looks from the side--might have to cut another piece to finish that up a bit, just for looks.

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Old 09-25-2012, 01:31 AM   #12
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Looks great!

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This is probably the last post I'll make to this thread, but wanted to close the loop.

Went with the 30A built-in GFI breaker, all installed by a licensed electrician ($225 labor...ouch)

Powered-up tonight. Have some things to troubleshoot on the panel (like the volt/amp meters not powering-up) but at least I have juice.

Hoping I'll have time to test it some more next week.

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