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great thread

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sandals + construction = bad idea.

thanks so much u fucking helpful pussy
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btw, sorry if i'm being a lazy ass, but about how much did/will/are you thinking this project will cost?
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Overall Budget with the projector and screen is $10k, I've spent a little over 6 right now and items that I have left to purchase are carpet, a few more drywall sheets, cabinetry, counter tops, misc hardware for sink, desk/counter tops for office, panasonic projector AE900u $1700, and optoma gray wolf II 106" screen $560. Lookin like I will come in a little under...
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btw, sorry if i'm being a lazy ass, but about how much did/will/are you thinking this project will cost?

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thanks so much u fucking helpful pussy

LOL Ya then what happens when you drop the hammer...it's just blood remember
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I wonder if he's burned the place down yet?
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You guys are fucking awsome...

However I completly fucking agree about the 8 guage between the pannels. Replace it immediatly. Hell I have some 1/0 I will send you.

Other then that- awsome project dude.
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Some nice work, but when you go to sell the house, its going to cost you a mint in back permits and electrical rewiring.

I can't think of anywhere in the US that 8gauge to a panel would be legal.
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I can't think of anywhere in the US that 8gauge to a panel would be legal.

It would be okay if it was a four wire setup to the sub and he used a 40 amp breaker.

The min for a sub is 30 amps using #10 wire
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nice work, but i agree with the rest on the permits, you better get that stuff straight.

also in this pic

http://mrlore.gotdns.org/temp/bpics/DSC00902.JPG

is covering that window some sort of code violation?

And if you ever have a problem with it leaking/breaking/etc you're going to have to tear down wall and studs to get to it?
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Passed the Oct 30 deadline...how's it going?

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nice work, but i agree with the rest on the permits, you better get that stuff straight.

also in this pic

http://mrlore.gotdns.org/temp/bpics/DSC00902.JPG

is covering that window some sort of code violation?

And if you ever have a problem with it leaking/breaking/etc you're going to have to tear down wall and studs to get to it?

I also would like to know why you are covering the window.
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Well seeing how it is project day 13 I guess this is only fitting/deserving, you guys were right:

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JUST KIDDING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ok, this is the last post I make about the breaker box unless somebody actually has something intelligent to contribute so listen up. HERE IS THE 50AMP DOUBLE THAT FEEDS THE 200AMP CAPABLE SUB PANEL. ATTATCHED IS 8 OR 6 GAUGE, I'M PRETTY SURE ITS 8 BUT MY DAD PICKED IT UP AND INSTALLED IT WHILE I WAS WORKING ON SOMETHING ELSE. IT LEADS TO THE MAIN CONNECTORS ON THE INSIDE OF THE SUB.


THIS IS THE SUB PANEL, IT HAS 5 20AMP FUSES RIGHT NOW AND 1 15. IT IS SUPPOSED TO HAVE 4 20'S AND 2 15'S, SOMEWHERE ALONG THE LINE WE PICKED UP THE WRONG BREAKER, I'LL FIX THIS LATER. (Yes I know this adds up to more than 50, more than the 100 even, but its all good, trust me I know, I dont feel like explaining why, its more fun to watch people freak.)


THIS IS THE ROOM WHERE THE BREAKERS ARE, IT HAS A CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR AND A SMOKE DECTOR SO NOBODY DIES IF INDEED ITS IN THE CARDS DUE TO MY 'BAD WIRING'.
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On to day 13:

The staircase nook, getting the paneling and drywall to play nice with each other was a chore but I think it turned out nice. There will be a trim piece that covers the horizontal split between drywall and paneling. Corner bead will cover the top edge and corners.


More shots of the nook and laundry room doorway.


The one stretch of wall we got done, and no that piece of drywall is not on backwards, its a different brand they delivered and for some reason its darker...






Office doorway framed in drywall.



Inside the office, looking at the back of the new drywall, to insulate, or not to insulate the interior wall, that is the question. Haven t decided yet....


Backside of doorway...



28 more pieces of 1/2 drywall delivered yesterday for the rest of the walls once the ceiling goes up this Saturday.



Long wall covered in the vapor barrier.



Copper and PVC for the sink run over to the laundry sink.
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I also would like to know why you are covering the window.

The movie screen is going to be almost the entire wall, covering up the window and light+movie screen=bad. Water shouldnt be an issue, I removed the cover panel outside, caulked the hell out of that, replaced the panel, caulked that too, then caulked the inside. I didn't wall in the window because someday maybe it wont be a movie theater and it would be pretty easy enough to rip out the drywall and frame it up. Originally we were going to frame it then drywall over it but we figured it would be a mess/project even if we did.
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