Sunday, December 14, 2014

Branch circuit

Now you see one of the reasons Knob and Tube wiring is illegal-


10 comments:

  1. Not that it would be any better or worse if someone had cut their Romex and spliced in to run off in a different direction.

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    1. But Romex would at least use wire nuts and it includes a ground.
      It would also still be illegal because any splices require an accessible junction box.

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  2. The ceramic tubes are greatly desired as crack pipes. BTDT

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  3. Just one reason why, although I work on 500 kV on down, I tell people "I don't do 'residential'."

    MC

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  4. Still have it in sections of my 1921-built house. Romex in the rest. So far we seem to be doing well after 37 years here.
    But I am not an electrician, nor do I play one on TV...

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    1. The National Electric code says that if you (a licensed electrician) does anything to modify Knob and tube, that you have to replace the entire wiring.

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  5. The ceramic tubes make great knife sharpeners.
    Steve

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