Sparky4u

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About Sparky4u

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    Surprise AZ
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    Electrician

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  • How I learned about Light-O-Rama -
    Driving throughout neighborhoods.
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    Christmas

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  1. Home Depot has red and blue 100 count for like 2.50 a box. Check the website.
  2. Please explain how In would share a sequence. Thank you.
  3. They're so big
  4. Sharing the neutral would not be an issue if one arch is coming from the same controller. The issue comes when you use multiples of circuits to different. Controllers. The neutral carries the unbalanced load. So in a residential setting you could use two circuits of different phases and be fine as long as your not on anything bigger than 20A breakers.
  5. That gave her
  6. Not to stAte the obvious but have you clicked on the correct file for your house?
  7. Not on toilet.
  8. I with on live circuits all the time including 277/480 volts. But nothing racks my nerves more than energizing a newly installed circuit.
  9. As a 26 year electrician here I always stand behind the panel cover and look the opposite way of the panel while operating a breaker. Breakers were not made to act as a switch. Well said mega arch.
  10. I love all the quick responses on this forum. You people rock.
  11. worked it out. I went and. Hanged all the settings in the paste area and set them back to default. Now it is working correctly. Thank you to all.
  12. My settings are set to paste by time?
  13. Mega you are the bomb. You are all over this forum solving everyone's problems. Thank you.
  14. I am referring to my own sequencing. When I do some programming and want to copy and paste from an earlier time. Thank you.
  15. Quick question for you all. I know you will have the answer with all the vast knowledge out there. When I copy and paste part of a sequence I notice it starts to drift off of the timing lines. Is there a way of correcting this? Thank you.