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Admin12.08.2021

A Brief History of Residential Electrical Wiring

Porcelain Another advantage of knob and tube wiring was the use of porcelain insulators.
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Admin23.09.2021

Clothes iron

First cut through the plaster along box outline.
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Admin25.07.2021

5 Worst Mistakes of Historic Homeowners (Part 4 Plaster)

also made fabric-insulated electrical wire described further at.
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Admin19.07.2021

Knob

These wires were installed by running them in the walls between porcelain knobs, which kept them properly tensioned, away from the wood framing, and facilitated easy direction changes in the wiring.
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Admin20.07.2021

Knob

Hankey is a National Radon Proficiency Program certified measurement professional and a Level II infrared thermographer.
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Admin16.09.2021

Electrical Problems: 10 of the Most Common Issues Solved

If you're using a bare wire for some crazy reason and you want it coated, replace the wire with an insulated one or use heat-shrink tubing.
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Admin10.09.2021

5 Worst Mistakes of Historic Homeowners (Part 4 Plaster)

GFCIs ground-fault circuit interrupters shut down circuits in 4 milliseconds, before a current can cause a deadly shock.
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Admin12.09.2021

A Brief History of Residential Electrical Wiring

On 2020-06-04 - by mod - Andrew See my notes on my copy of your photo; [Click to enlarge any image] On 2020-06-04 by Andrew Any ideas on what the heck I'm seeing here? Also, Ford in '65 was plastic wire wrapped in plastic to make the harness rather than cloth , like an electrical tape, but I think it's specific for making harnesses.
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Admin24.07.2021

Cloth

Knob and tube wiring diminished in popularity in North America by 1940, but continued to be installed as new work in some locations including New York until about 1975.
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Admin14.08.2021

Clothes iron

is principal of Hankey and Brown home inspectors, Eden Prairie, MN.
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