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  1. #31
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    Default Re: Switch panel wiring question

    Looks good...
    ' The gods do not deduct from a man's allotted life span, his days spent sailing '

  2. #32
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    Default Re: Switch panel wiring question

    I agree with Dougal. You should be very pleased with that. The Wagos do a good job of keeping that switch wiring neat, immeasurably better than a stack of piggy back spades.

    One other comment, fancy leaving that lone choc block in the foreground

  3. #33
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    Default Re: Switch panel wiring question

    That's incredibly kind of you, I was expecting gentle flak.

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulRainbow View Post
    One other comment, fancy leaving that lone choc block in the foreground
    I did wonder about that. It's the main power feed from the house master switch to the switch panel. I could probably replace it with a big butt crimp. Would that be better?

  4. #34
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    Default Re: Switch panel wiring question

    Quote Originally Posted by alahol2 View Post
    That's incredibly kind of you, I was expecting gentle flak.



    I did wonder about that. It's the main power feed from the house master switch to the switch panel. I could probably replace it with a big butt crimp. Would that be better?
    If it's too big for a Wago a crimp and some heat shrink would be nicer than the chock block.

  5. #35
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    Default Re: Switch panel wiring question

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulRainbow View Post
    If it's too big for a Wago a crimp and some heat shrink would be nicer than the chock block.
    Way too big for a Wago so a shrink wrapped butt crimp it will be, thanks.

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