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I was just cleaning out all my folding bad boys too this week until my AC unit went out. Now im just waiting on the landlord to fix it so I can resume cleaning, maybe even take a few pictures to go with both of your guys rigs. Did the electric company really call you? I spent over $1500 in just electric for the 10 days of the Chimp Challenge and I didn't hear a word from mine, just a smile.
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This is slightly off topic, but I was wondering, to the OP:

you mentioned adding another 2 20 amp breakers to what I presume is your circuit breaker panel. How did you go about doing that? I am not a technician or electrician by any means. If you did do it by yourself, did it require a lot of expertise? If not, how much does something like that cost?

The reason I am asking is because I just moved into a house, and apparently the kitchen, living room, one bedroom and the den (aka my man cave) is all on one circuit. So that means my 47 inch tv, fridge, mini fridge (now unplugged) microwave, and my sig rig are all on one circuit (not to mention the lights).
    
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This is slightly off topic, but I was wondering, to the OP:

you mentioned adding another 2 20 amp breakers to what I presume is your circuit breaker panel. How did you go about doing that? I am not a technician or electrician by any means. If you did do it by yourself, did it require a lot of expertise? If not, how much does something like that cost?

The reason I am asking is because I just moved into a house, and apparently the kitchen, living room, one bedroom and the den (aka my man cave) is all on one circuit. So that means my 47 inch tv, fridge, mini fridge (now unplugged) microwave, and my sig rig are all on one circuit (not to mention the lights).
There are lots of videos on it.


I'm far from an electrician. Be warned though, if you go about electrical work and you plan on selling your house at any time. Your wiring needs to be to code. If you do the research and put the time into it you can save hundreds of dollars. If you just go out to the box on day and touch your tongue to the wires. You could be out thousands.
    
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There are lots of videos on it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFLfQEI3Hbg

I'm far from an electrician. Be warned though, if you go about electrical work and you plan on selling your house at any time. Your wiring needs to be to code. If you do the research and put the time into it you can save hundreds of dollars. If you just go out to the box on day and touch your tongue to the wires. You could be out thousands.
Most excellent. I am renting, so I definitely wouldn't be mentioning it to my landlord. But then again this house is realllly old so who knows how much isn't built to code?

I love projects, so once I get my surround sound set up I might just have to undertake it. Proper research pending, that is. Thanks!
    
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Very nice, does that work on ALL women?
nope, it doesn't work on all women, just the moody ones!!!!!!

just kidding ladies, we need yall!!!!!
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