Doorbell transformer

Originally Posted By: pdacey
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At least it’s not inside a panel …



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Originally Posted By: jbehling
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Nice, if you turn on the switch does the door bell ring? icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif


Originally Posted By: pdacey
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That was my initial thought but, no. icon_lol.gif



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Originally Posted By: bbadger
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Now that is just wrong!


Any competent electrician knows that when hanging equipment from the wires you must shorten up the green wire so it supports the weight and not the supply conductors. ![icon_twisted.gif](upload://xjO326gspdTNE5QS3UTl0a0Rtvy.gif)


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Originally Posted By: Charles Palmieri
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Low Voltage Lighting???


Originally Posted By: kwilliams
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Originally Posted By: Greg Fretwell
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The guy was just to lazy/dumb not to install that in a KO in the box. … or did it just fall out?


Originally Posted By: roconnor
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Now if it was inside the panel … ya wouldnt have to worry about the exposed wires so much … icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif



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