SMITTY wrote:It's always fun figuring stuff out on a new house.
Here you there, the auctioneer that sold my house had the electrician there the day of the sale, they could not turn off lights at the switch,they would just flicker off and right back on. There is a security switch when on, 1/2 of the lights go on. Then there is a switch in the bathroom that did not seem to do anything, turns out it turns off 1/2 the electric heating element(not being used anymore) Same with my sewer, has a tank that pumps out to the street, it's only 1' below grade where it starts. Darn engineers have the pitch wrong in the street, guess I don't have to worry about it backing up into the basement from the street.