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This is chapter 2 of "pictures of ugly work"

[Linked Image from stormyprods.com]

Found this over at a blog spot.

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Looks like they didn't even have a bunch tool.
Or didn't know which blade they had in it................. :rofl:

Of coarse I do like the way they left the nails or sheetrock screws, so you can hang your buttset. smile


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Looks like someone was picking through the trash when I ripped one of those structured wiring panels off a customer's wall.

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At least they were consistant on reversing the tip and ring.


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I wish i had taken a picture of this: a friend of mine asked me to come fix his phone line in his house. His dad had wired the house - with silver satin - while it was being built. He had troubles stripping the wire to put electrical marettes on so he used wood screws in a stud in the furnace room. He stripped the wire as best he could, wrapped the silver satin around each screw and tightened them to the stud.
his complaint: his internet was flakey and telephone calls had a hum or static on it...
Classic DIY.


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So I accompanied a friend who was getting a tattoo the other night...and found this nice install job!
[Linked Image from i35.photobucket.com]
The breaker panels are pretty cool though! Wonder if that is up to code smile


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Can't say much about the wiring (typical one or two line quicky install by the looks of it), but the painted panels are wicked cool!


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At least they were consistant on reversing the tip and ring.
Not quite - the #5 cable is using the green and orange, for line 1, and probably the w/g and w/o for line 2!


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the #5 cable is using the green and orange, for line 1, and probably the w/g and w/o for line 2!
Wrong! Everybody knows that Blue/Brown is the recommended pair for line 2. The whites are the neutrals. They should be twisted together and put into a big yellow wire nut.


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Man, I only have the little orange ones. What do I do?


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