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  • Posted in thread: GFCI Panel Help on 10-24-2015 at 04:35 AM
    I are a mystery of the electrical code. They exist in nearly every residence so they must be
    addressed. Code changed. Dryers didn't fit. We only install to code but things like this leave
    it open to ...

  • Posted in thread: GFCI Panel Help on 10-23-2015 at 11:56 PM
    Good for you. I'm glad this problem is solved. It's been keeping me up nights;) Do you have a
    build thread?

  • Posted in thread: GFCI Panel Help on 10-23-2015 at 11:36 AM
    The dryer could definitely be the problem. Three wire for sure as the neutral at the dryer is
    tired to the frame. As mentioned, check that the neutral and ground in the dryer are not
    common.

  • Posted in thread: GFCI Panel Help on 10-15-2015 at 01:50 PM
    Alright, tried the wire nut and bypassing the neutral bar. Still no luck. Made sure all the
    wires and everything was set properly, still no voltage on the load side of breaker. Think it's
    borked.The o...

  • Posted in thread: GFCI Panel Help on 10-14-2015 at 05:46 AM
    Although, isn't this what I had done originally? The power in and pigtail went to the bus, the
    load neutral went to the outlet. Is there something special about these that require direct
    routing and t...

  • Posted in thread: GFCI Panel Help on 10-14-2015 at 05:25 AM
    The line comes in on the pigtail. The load goes out on the terminal. Getting confusing...

  • Posted in thread: GFCI Panel Help on 10-14-2015 at 05:20 AM
    How do I do that? I couldn't figure out how to remove that pig-tail so I just ran it and the
    power-in to the bus.Tie the pigtail from the breaker to the incoming neutral only. Tie the
    outgoing neutral...

  • Posted in thread: GFCI Panel Help on 10-14-2015 at 05:02 AM
    Your line in neutral has to go to the breaker. The load side is a seperate neutral FROM the
    breaker so it can monitor for faults. They cannot be tied together on the same bar. Your
    line-in neutral sho...

  • Posted in thread: I went "pro" - What it actually takes to do so on 10-14-2015 at 03:57 AM
    Uhhhhhhh. No one called you s f'ing hummingbird. You were drunk on your azz. We called you a
    f'ing dumb azz after you dropped a hunk of cheese onto a pizza I was making. And we called you
    a wimp after...

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