Thisoldgaragenj
  • Review count
    481
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  • Average rating
    4.9
    4.9 out of 5
  • First Review:
    October 27, 2010
  • Last Review:
    August 6, 2019
 
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      • Review count
        481
      • Helpfulness votes
        1,117
      • Average rating
        4.9
        4.9 out of 5
      • First Review:
        October 27, 2010
      • Last Review:
        August 6, 2019
       
      Questions & Answers
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        • Answer count
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          Thisoldgaragenj's Reviews
           
          The power inlet box is installed on the exterior of the house near your main electrical panel. Inside, it is hardwired to your manual transfer switch to restore power to your main electrical panel. When the power goes out, you simply connect one end of a power cord to your portable generator outlet. The other end is plugged into the power inlet box.
           
          from NJ
          Age Range:45 to 54
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          Gender:Male
          Home Improvement Profile:Professional
          Saves a LOT of trouble & Improves safety
          PostedNovember 9, 2012
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          Without an inlet box like this, you wind up with extension cords either through a window or through a door. . With this box on the outside, and a transfer switch inside, I don't have to worry about having the generator close to the house, letting deadly fumes in thru a door or window with extension cords thru it. Connection is easy and the plug is on the bottom of the box which helps to keep water out. A good deal all around and I would reccomend to anyone using a portable generator
          Pros: Nice Design, Easy Installation
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          The Commercial Electric 8 in. Long-Nose Multi-Purpose Wiring Tool performs many of the functions needed to complete electrical wiring tasks. This wiring tool has the ability to strip wire, cut and thread bolts and crimp terminals. Perfect for the home, workshop or jobsite.
           
          from NJ
          Age Range:45 to 54
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          Gender:Male
          Home Improvement Profile:Professional
          Verified Purchase:Yes
          Good Value
          PostedOctober 21, 2012
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          A nice set of universal electrical pliers. Comfortable cushioned grip. As with normal stripping pliers you can strip all your average size wires. Also the addition of the bolt cutter and crimping tool means I no longer have to carry crimping pliers as well in my tool belt. Anything you can do to make your tool belt lighter at the end of the day is a good thing….They’re made of a nice quality steel and seems like they will hold up for quite a while. Overall a good investment for a good tool.
          Pros: Easy to Use, Nice Design
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          This Diablo 12-Piece Reciprocating Saw Blade Set contains a variety of blade types to meet many cutting needs. All the blades provide a quality cut thanks to their variable tooth technology design.
           
          from NJ
          Age Range:45 to 54
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          Gender:Male
          Home Improvement Profile:Professional
          Verified Purchase:Yes
          SHARP
          PostedJune 7, 2012
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          Between Diablo blades and Ridgid tools, My cutting jobs have improved 100%....... Thanks Diablo for blades that cut better, last longer, save me time and money
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          The iconic Homer Bucket 5 gal. Orange Buckets is ideal for any household or professional job. The all purpose container is constructed for plastic for durability. Each plastic bucket is orange and features the logo of The Home Depot.
           
          from NJ
          Age Range:45 to 54
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          Gender:Male
          Home Improvement Profile:Professional
          Verified Purchase:Yes
          Never Have Enough
          PostedJune 7, 2012
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          Did you ever notice you can never have enough orange buckets ???? I buy the lids now and use them for tool storage...
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          RIDGID 2-1/8 in. x 18-Gauge Brad Nailer
          RIDGID 2-1/8 in. x 18-Gauge Brad Nailer
          The RIDGID 2-1/8 in. 18-Gauge Brad Nailer offers lighter weight and better handling due to a magnesium housing. The molded rubber handle and trigger offer greater user comfort for extended use. The nailer features a tool-free jam release and depth-of-drive feature for quick and convenient adjustments while working. A lock-out feature helps prevent dry firing for a more consistent driving pattern. The oil-free motor eliminates the need for daily oiling and provides consistent power with the internal piston catch. A rafter hook and tool hanger are included for convenient storage and transport.
           
          from NJ
          Age Range:45 to 54
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          Gender:Male
          Verified Purchase:Yes
          Ridgid Performs
          PostedJune 7, 2012
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          Slowly switching all my tools over to Ridgid... They all seem to perform a level over everyone else's... very pleased with the nailer....
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          A gentle electric radiant heat system designed specifically for dry installation under floating wood and laminate floors. A low profile, line voltage system, it features gradual warmth from low wattage resistance heating of ultra-thin, flexible radiant heat film. Installed easily over a subfloor or over an acoustic/insulating underlayment as part of the overall floor assembly, it uses just 12-Watt per square foot to gently raise the temperature of the floor, conforming to the warranty requirements of many floating floors. The system, which sports an impressive 99% efficiency, includes temperature limiting properties so the film does not overheat. Its available in four convenient rollout mat sizes that will accommodate most any layout. Each mat has wires pre-attached for ease of installation.
           

          Chance of shock?

          Asked by
          Jay
          February 14, 2019
          If this is being installed in a bathroom there is always a chance of it being exposed to water to some degree. What, if any, types of built in protection does it have? ie GFI, etc. Thank you
          Asked by
          Thisoldgaragenj
          Paramus, NJ
          February 15, 2019
          Answer: 
          the heater itself does not have a built in GFCI. Your power source that's feeding it, whether your wiring it to an existing circuit or installing a new line should either have a GFCI breaker installed on it or most bathrooms are now required by code to have GFCI receptacles in them and you can safely take power from that if the circuit is not already overloaded, If you don't have GFCI in your bathroom Read More
          the heater itself does not have a built in GFCI. Your power source that's feeding it, whether your wiring it to an existing circuit or installing a new line should either have a GFCI breaker installed on it or most bathrooms are now required by code to have GFCI receptacles in them and you can safely take power from that if the circuit is not already overloaded, If you don't have GFCI in your bathroom its a wise investment for your family's safety, and they have 2 screws on them to supply power to another plug or heater Etc... Anything properly installed after the GFCI outlet will be protected by the GFCI receptacle. Read Less
           
          Mini HD Car Camera Recorder with Built-In Impact Sensor for Traffic Accident Evidence the SecurityMan CARCAM-SDEII is an easy-to-use high-definition (1080P Full HD) car cam recorder with a 1.5 in. LCD display and impact sensing recording. It records both audio and video with time and date stamp which can be used to pinpoint exactly when an event occurred. The events are recorded to a Micro SD card, which can be used as evidence for auto insurance company if there are any legal complications during an insurance claim. The CARCAM-SDEII is perfect for all motorists and it is budget-friendly.
           

          I ama uber driver can I use this to face the inside of my truck?

          Asked by
          Teresa
          November 16, 2018
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          Thisoldgaragenj
          Paramus, NJ
          February 5, 2019
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          yes you can, it has a rotating swivel mount. I believe this model also records sound with the video so if you wanted you could face it forward and still have customers on sound only and have the camera for accident investigation,
           
          Mini HD Car Camera Recorder with Built-In Impact Sensor for Traffic Accident Evidence the SecurityMan CARCAM-SDEII is an easy-to-use high-definition (1080P Full HD) car cam recorder with a 1.5 in. LCD display and impact sensing recording. It records both audio and video with time and date stamp which can be used to pinpoint exactly when an event occurred. The events are recorded to a Micro SD card, which can be used as evidence for auto insurance company if there are any legal complications during an insurance claim. The CARCAM-SDEII is perfect for all motorists and it is budget-friendly.
           

          Will 2 cameras work with this adapter in the lighter? https://www.homedepot.com/p/Custom-Accessor...

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          anon
          February 1, 2019
          Will 2 cameras work with this adapter in the lighter? https://www.homedepot.com/p/Custom-Accessories-12-Volt-Twin-Socket-Splitter-with-Lighter-plug-18889/302125175
          Asked by
          Thisoldgaragenj
          Paramus, NJ
          February 5, 2019
          Answer: 
          Yes they will, the 2 cameras dont draw a lot of amps/volts, there should be more than ample power on a cigarette lighter circuit. You could probably run 5 or 6 of them off the same plugs if you wanted to for some reason.
           
          A gentle electric radiant heat system designed specifically for dry installation under floating wood and laminate floors. A low profile, line voltage system, it features gradual warmth from low wattage resistance heating of ultra-thin, flexible radiant heat film. Installed easily over a subfloor or over an acoustic/insulating underlayment as part of the overall floor assembly, it uses just 12-Watt per square foot to gently raise the temperature of the floor, conforming to the warranty requirements of many floating floors. The system, which sports an impressive 99% efficiency, includes temperature limiting properties so the film does not overheat. Its available in four convenient rollout mat sizes that will accommodate most any layout. Each mat has wires pre-attached for ease of installation.
           

          Can i use 120Volts DC from a solar PV system to run these mats?

          Asked by
          pete
          December 27, 2018
          Can i use 120Volts DC from a solar PV system to run these mats?
          Asked by
          Thisoldgaragenj
          Paramus, NJ
          January 4, 2019
          Answer: 
          not unless you put in a 110 volt ac converter, then you would have to calculate the wattage and see if your system had enough power to run it.
           
          A gentle electric radiant heat system designed specifically for dry installation under floating wood and laminate floors. A low profile, line voltage system, it features gradual warmth from low wattage resistance heating of ultra-thin, flexible radiant heat film. Installed easily over a subfloor or over an acoustic/insulating underlayment as part of the overall floor assembly, it uses just 12-Watt per square foot to gently raise the temperature of the floor, conforming to the warranty requirements of many floating floors. The system, which sports an impressive 99% efficiency, includes temperature limiting properties so the film does not overheat. Its available in four convenient rollout mat sizes that will accommodate most any layout. Each mat has wires pre-attached for ease of installation.
           

          can this be installed over the new Weathertech laminate flooring sold at home depot?

          Asked by
          Kyle
          January 3, 2019
          can this be installed over the new Weathertech laminate flooring sold at home depot?
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          Thisoldgaragenj
          Paramus, NJ
          January 4, 2019
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          I'm not sure if you meant over or under, These heaters are made to be installed under flooring, The printed mat would NOT stand up to the abuse of people walking on it. It would definitely work under, but not over
           
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