[TCML] Hopefully quick and easy NST Question
Dave at davidspeckmd.org
Sun Feb 26 17:07:17 MST 2012
Hard to tell from the single photo, but it there are only 2 or three
wires (one could be a ground) entering the section with the tar, then
there is a reasonable chance that you could bypass the external GFI unit
in the little black module at the bottom of the well.
On 2/26/2012 6:24 PM, Migo Pod wrote:
> Hello List.
> I'm curious if anybody knows if a: this transformer has a GFI (has a 'fault
> indicator' light and a reset button, so I'm guessing yes) and b: if it
> would be trivial in this case to disable or bypass it.
> Here's a link to the image: http://imgur.com/ixlk7
> It's not a solid state "modern" transformer, and it doesn't look like the
> GFI (if that's what it is) is integrated with the transformer proper, and
> it looks from the photo as if it should be easily removed and wired
> Anybody encounter anything similar?
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