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Old 03-06-2012, 09:13 PM   #111
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Hey all -
I was looking at this thread - http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f51/what...enters-310577/ where in this post - http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f51/what...ml#post3864453 the person mentions these 11.3 gallon containers: http://www.ultimatepail.com/Catalog/...Container.aspx. Anyway, crusing around on the M&M website, I see that this company in Syracuse is one of their distributers: http://www.bronsteincontainer.com/.

Perhaps a good source of grain containers, especially if we do a group buy?
That is the place where I get my 15G, 30G 55G food grade poly containers. Right down the street so to speak
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Old 03-07-2012, 03:36 AM   #112
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Just finished wiring up the garage for 240V/30A.

Picked up 40 ft of 10/3, 10 ft of 10/4, and a spa panel (for GFCI). Got it all run out to the garage. Wired everything up and plugged in the cord into my unused dryer outlet.... and then went out to test the GFCI. Pushed the test button...and nothing. Got my multimeter out and measured the GFI breaker... nothing. Measured out the outlet... nothing. Went to my breaker panel and the 30A breaker marked DRYER was on. Flipped a few times, re-tested everything and still nothing. Then I flipped the 50A breaker marked RANGE (which I dont use either and was off), then tested my lines and they are hot! So looks like someone didnt wire my panel up right. So looks like I'm going in there tomorrow and swapping breakers. The wire to the dryer outlet is clearly 10/3, so I know someone did something wrong.

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Just finished wiring up the garage for 240V/30A.

Picked up 40 ft of 10/3, 10 ft of 10/4, and a spa panel (for GFCI). Got it all run out to the garage. Wired everything up and plugged in the cord into my unused dryer outlet.... and then went out to test the GFCI. Pushed the test button...and nothing. Got my multimeter out and measured the GFI breaker... nothing. Measured out the outlet... nothing. Went to my breaker panel and the 30A breaker marked DRYER was on. Flipped a few times, re-tested everything and still nothing. Then I flipped the 50A breaker marked RANGE (which I dont use either and was off), then tested my lines and they are hot! So looks like someone didnt wire my panel up right. So looks like I'm going in there tomorrow and swapping breakers. The wire to the dryer outlet is clearly 10/3, so I know someone did something wrong.
Wait so you mean your load center has a 50amp breaker in it, that is actually tied into your dryer outlet instead of being the correct 30 amp breaker as noted on your load center breaker box?
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Wait so you mean your load center has a 50amp breaker in it, that is actually tied into your dryer outlet instead of being the correct 30 amp breaker as noted on your load center breaker box?
Yep! Idiots!
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Jeff, One quick question. When can I come over? Is that your gameroom in the profile pic? haha

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Yep! Idiots!
Haha - it is crazy how many people mess with electric but aren't methodical. A really bad combination!

Be sure to downsize your breaker to 2 pole 30 amp instead of that 50 amp at your panel since that cord is 10G. The 2 pole 30 amp breaker will likely cost you under $15. Glad the rest went well though! You can only speak for your mistakes right

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Jeff, One quick question. When can I come over? Is that your gameroom in the profile pic? haha
That game room + beer is just unfair to the rest of us.... I freakin' love me some pinball
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Haha, I'll have to throw a summer party for ya guys! Maybe we plan it around the next buy pickup, do pickup in the morning at TwoGunz and then that afternoon have everyone come over for beers, BBQ, and pinball!

Here is a recent picture of my gameroom: http://sphotos.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-...49906453_n.jpg

Currently have 14 pins, 1 pool table, 1 shuffle bowler, and 1 MAME machine in the basement. Then have a project pin upstairs and another one stored at my parents house too.

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That is just awesome....

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Haha, I'll have to throw a summer party for ya guys! Maybe we plan it around the next buy pickup, do pickup in the morning at TwoGunz and then that afternoon have everyone come over for beers, BBQ, and pinball!

Here is a recent picture of my gameroom: http://sphotos.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-...49906453_n.jpg

Currently have 14 pins, 1 pool table, 1 shuffle bowler, and 1 MAME machine in the basement. Then have a project pin upstairs and another one stored at my parents house too.
wow.
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I've owned over 20 pins since being in the hobby. I do complete restorations of the machines (playfield clear coating, cabinet work, board rework, everything). Been collecting now for 4 years but have always had pins around when growing up since my dad had a few.

If you guys ever come across one or know anyone who is selling a pin, let me know. Always looking for new projects.

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