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  Futacy  |  14

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  yupitssoph  |  23

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  ohcheriecherie  |  23

54- and while he's at it, fill the water with food coloring. Dye the whole house blue or some shit. Innovation by destruction, it's a new thing, it kinda actually sounds cool.

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  slimjim8094  |  21

Thermostats are (almost all) low voltage wiring. It only signals the system to turn on rather than carrying the power to do so. You can replace one yourself, it's just a few wires. But electricity isn't something to play with; get an electrician if you don't know what you're doing.

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  Codezlol  |  21

167- well yes and no. I wired in my entire basement, you just have to do it by code, codebooks can be bought at several different home hardware type stores. It has to be done by code and inspected, if the inspector doesn't like what he sees he will make you rip it out and get it done professionally.

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  FlyMeAway  |  15

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  YouFailForLife  |  15

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  YouFailForLife  |  15

@113 ahh, thats embarrassing. I did it backwards, 40+32 x 1.8 ._. Thanks for that catch, I probably would have went on converting it incorrectly for a while. +1 to you sir

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