== == The washing machine outlet should be ground fault protected on 12-2 wire. The 30 amp dryer circuit should be on 10-3 wire with a ground. <><><> Laundry receptacle outlet for washer, 12/2 with ground yes! GFCI required if receptacle is within 6 feet of sink or duplex receptacle rather than single receptacle [but a GFCI isn't a bad idea anyway...
Dryer, 10/3 with ground and 4-wire outlet and cord set connection at dryer location! NO NEUTRAL BONDING LINK!
1) NEC requires a disconnecting means [plug and receptacle works] if equipment [dryer] is not within sight of the power source [in this case, if the panel is in the garage]
2) You were never allowed to use the ground wire to carry neutral current, so you need an insulated white or grey neutral [this means three wire]
3] You are not longer allowed to use the neutral jumper at the terminal in the dryer for a chassis ground [with certain limited exceptions - existing ungrounded three wire cable and new dryer] Ground wire goes to chassis. <><><>
As always, if you are in doubt about what to do, the best advice anyone should give you is to call a licensed electrician to advise what work is needed.
Before you do any work yourself,
on electrical circuits, equipment or appliances,
always use a test meter to ensure the circuit is, in fact, de-energized.
IF YOU ARE NOT ALREADY SURE YOU CAN DO THIS JOB
SAFELY AND COMPETENTLY
REFER THIS WORK TO QUALIFIED PROFESSIONALS.
Yes, there is no reason why this can not be done. In fact a benefit of this is that every receptacle downstream from this new receptacle will also be protected by the GFCI receptacle.
In older constructed fire places, the trap door led to a receptacle under the floor, accessible from the basement, into which you could sweep the ashes. Then you emptied the receptacle in the basement after the ashes had sufficient time to cool. Before you attempt to sweep ashes into the trap door, be sure there is a proper receptacle in place to catch them.
Should be fine as long as you use a GFIC receptacle and mount at the proper height. You need to contact your local code enforcement people. Normally each locality has their own requirements to be followed.
As long as you have a cable in the basement to plug the modem into (phone line or cable line (coaxial) usually) and a power receptacle a modem will work anywhere.
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The is no height stated in the CEC as to height of receptacles. If the basement walls are studded out, then install the receptacles at the normal 300 mm above the floor.
Parallel connect the new receptacle to a receptacle in the existing circuit. Black (hot) existing to black (new), white existing to white (new), ground existing to ground (new). Make the ground wire coming into the new receptacle box longer so that it can be looped around the ground screw located in the receptacle box first and then connect to the receptacle without having a break in the wire.
Installing a steam shower in the basement is not a good idea. The steam shower should be installed in the nbathroom of your home.
Not if it is all connected properly - have it fitted professionally.
If it has never worked properly, you probably have somehow connected it improperly. Contact a local electrician or qualified handyman to help wire the heater properly.
No, if the gutters were not installed correctly.
It would depend on the type of ceiling that is being installed. Ask a more specific question, like "How do you install a suspended ceiling?", or "How do you install a drywall ceiling in a basement?"...something along those lines.
Yes. If not it will be a wet vent and cause MAJOR problems.
The dermis is found underneath the epidermis. The two layers are connected by a basement membrane.
Dad installed a light in the basement so he could see better when he works on his projects. Bricks are heavy and feathers are light.
A carbon monoxide detector in a basement should be installed away from your furnace and water heater. Both of these put off a small amount of CO in regular use and may create false alarms. More importantly, you should have these detectors installed in your living areas, such as hallways and bedrooms where an alarm will be legitimate and heard.
Basement. There will be much more planning, re-inforcing, damp proofing and ventilation requirements as they will be under the main structure which they have to secure befor they can start the dig out process
If you are currently finishing your basement, make sure that you are planning ahead for safety. If anyone will be sleeping in the basement after it is finished, they need to have access to a fire escape. Carbon monoxide detectors and fire alarms should also be installed in any basement bedrooms and living spaces. Test these alarms regularly in order to be certain that they are working correctly. Install safety equipment while your basement is being finished so that your basement is completely safe and ready for use after the home improvement project is completed.
A sump pump is a device installed in a basement to pump water out when rain or a broken water pipe causes flooding. The pump is installed in a hole in the basement floor. The best tip for installation is careful planning of the pump and the drain pipe. Use the correct liner for the sump hole, and use the correct size PVC pipe for the drain. Carefully map the drain path so water is carried out of the basement using minimum power. Once outside the basement, water should drain away from the house. Dry fit all the pipes before cementing.
Epithelial tissue are closely connected and have a basal membrane, even though not all epithelial cells are necessarily connected to the basal membrane. The so called simple epithelial tissue subgroup does.
The basement is full of boxes. Go down to the basement. Watch the TV in the basement. My bedroom is in the basement.
it is thin because it is a poo and it has sex with people!!!
The basal lamina, also known as the "basement membrane," connects the epithelium to the underlying connective tissue.