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    John Lanciani

    Table saw wiring

    Based on your questions I'd strongly urge you to hire a qualified electrician. Its way cheaper than a house fire.

    John Lanciani Today, 3:55 PM Go to last post
    Wade Lippman

    Using goncalo alves instead of ceramic tile?

    I have a tiled bench in my shower. Two of the tiles on the first row are cracked, and replacements are not available. We are planning on getting something

    Wade Lippman Today, 3:54 PM Go to last post
    Thomas McCurnin

    Mission Dining Table Design Questions

    +1 for a mock up with cardboard. Also measure the distance between ones lower chest and ones knees. Add 1-2”. That is the amount of the overhang on the

    Thomas McCurnin Today, 3:43 PM Go to last post
    Cameron Wood

    Table saw wiring

    I would run the table saw as you describe, and attempt to run a new 2 pole 30 amp circuit in conduit from the main panel for the heater.

    Cameron Wood Today, 3:34 PM Go to last post
    Bill Howatt

    Table saw wiring

    Don't know about your jurisdiction rules, but if the heater requires a hard-wired circuit (no plug) then I don't think it is legal to also have a receptacle

    Bill Howatt Today, 3:15 PM Go to last post