[Healeys] Fwd: New Classic Technologies Fuse Box

warthodson at aol.com warthodson at aol.com
Thu Dec 17 18:45:47 MST 2015

Yes, I agree. But that is how I feel about adding all these silly components to a well maintained system. If the system is not in good condition then adding fuses & relays & extra circuits to protect against various forms of electrical failures is not a good approach. It would be better to spend the time & money on restoring/repairing the original system. I will admit that my primary objection is that about 80% of the "improved" wiring systems I have seen were poorly executed, used poor or no wire color coding and left many of the underlying problems uncorrected. 
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From: Wilko2 <e-wilkins at cox.net>
To: Warthodson Warthodson at aol.com
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Subject: Re: [Healeys] Fwd:  New Classic Technologies Fuse Box

That's just being silly, of course. You do realize that's exactly why there are multiple breakers of varying amperages?

But the idea is carried out that way in homes. Low voltage control circuits are used more and more for a number of reasons--some having to do with fire safety and energy saving.


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