We have real estate brokers in the family the terms "full bath", "half bath" are commonly used.
Half baths are even worse, because they cannot hold water.
The term's usage appears to be spreading in the US, particularly among the folks I see in online videos taking apart panels and fixtures etc etc etc. There's plenty of euro-crap I'd prefer not to see here, but the term "mains voltage" is harmless enough. *shrug*
You might be a Trump "America first" guy but your man crush on Big Clive is stronger.
I have a brand new phone battery that I bought a couple of months ago, that doesn't fit into the phone I bought it for. What's the best way to turn an unwanted LiPo battery into an incendiary device?
(Disclaimer: it will be placed into the bottom of my burn barrel. I do not intend to burn down Jeff Bezos's house, even though he deserves it.)
I suppose a car battery charger on the highest setting will do the job.
You didn't see Clive's video for re-purposing a mobile battery?
"Why can't we back feed thru a dryer wire? I think it's a 14-2 wire which it can handle really high voltage."
-- from YouTube user "itchy vag"
Some people will never understand. :(
With the peak of hurricane season now in effect, I'm hoping for a Big One so that my popular generator video gets a lot of views.
I've been in the new house for four years now, and we still haven't wired it for the generator. :(
I've been in the new house for four years now, and we still haven't
wired it for the generator. :(
You can always backfeed through the dryer plug. ;)
The "right" way to do this house would be to convert the two-meter system back to a one-meter system (because it isn't an illegal two family house anymore) and replace the main service disconnect with a 200 amp outdoor rated panel with feed-through lugs for the indoor panel, a 100 amp breaker for the "other" indoor panel, and a 30 amp breaker interlocked with the main for the generator inlet. But that would be considered a service change and probably cost thousands of dollars. All of my money is going towards tuition and orthodontics right now.
So at the moment I'm considering a cheaper alternative, which is to put an aftermarket interlock on the subpanel that runs the main level of the house.
The interlock + breaker + cable + inlet would probably cost less than $200.
I'd need to find a way to get the freezer and the router in my garage running on "upstairs power" but the panel is only about ten feet away.
Or I could be the world's biggest hypocrite and backfeed through the dryer plug.
Or I could be the world's biggest hypocrite and backfeed through the
Your secret's safe with me.
Feed it back through a hair dryer plug.