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Here's a scary one.  This girl's dad is helping her wire up a vanity mirror with lights.  Except her dad, as helpful as he tries to be,  doesn't have a clue about electrical code.  Initially he somehow gets the wire nuts right, but then it is all downhill from there.  And what is it with cutting up a silly little 18 gauge white extension cord to power up all those lights?  (apparently a case of bad example going around on Youtube among all the non technical people making these things)

If you are like me you will want to mute the soundtrack.

 

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8 hours ago, MovieCollectorOH said:

I am posting this after a few wines.

I realize they don't go by the NEC (US national electric code) - especially outside of the US, no electrical junction box behind the switches on the wall (that is a real POS wiring job BTW), but holy crap...  Is this "good times" for them?

 

 

someone watched video....too bad.

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3 hours ago, hamradio said:

 

someone watched video....too bad.

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;)

 

I have found these things to work rather well to move air around a room, or an entire floor of a house, for cooling.  No wall mounting necessary, or likely.

https://moviecollectoroh.com/pics_to_hotlink_on_TCM/home-depot-blower-fan.jpg

Just put a block of wood under the front of it to point it up a bit. 

Ironically, they also make ridiculously good consumer-market forced draft fans (like what boilers use), for getting a bonfire going outside when there isn't any breeze.  But unlike that scary wiring, these won't do anything to cause a fire.

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