Dominican Swimming Pool Wiring[emoji46]

bigbird

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May 1, 2005
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...........All things considered, it doesn't look that bad. I told him the wires were not straightened out like in the first picture, and he looked at me and asked "Why do you want them straighted?

And in all due respect, he only charged 2000 pesos for it.

LOL, truth is it only takes a few minutes more to give the results shown in first photo compared to the "Why you want them straighted?" photo.

It all comes down to how a person was taught early on. My neck of the woods anything less than the first photo would not be acceptable, although there are a couple of USA code violations in the first photo.

Thanks to the almighty buildings are made of concrete in la rep dom.........

I won't even mention USA code violations in the why you want them straight photo, but this ain't USA but dr1.
 

wuarhat

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Nov 13, 2006
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LOL, truth is it only takes a few minutes more to give the results shown in first photo compared to the "Why you want them straighted?" photo.

It all comes down to how a person was taught early on. My neck of the woods anything less than the first photo would not be acceptable, although there are a couple of USA code violations in the first photo.

Thanks to the almighty buildings are made of concrete in la rep dom.........

I won't even mention USA code violations in the why you want them straight photo, but this ain't USA but dr1.

I was once asked to look at a hot concrete block wall in someone's home in Santo Domingo. The wall of the little shed over the cistern, with a 220 Volt pump to feed the tinaco, gave you a shock whenever you touched it.