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jjoshua
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join:2001-06-01
Scotch Plains, NJ
kudos:3
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3 recommendations

Problem with my hydro circuit

Perhaps one of the Canadian members can help me out with this one...




brian
Premium
join:2002-05-02
Lake Forest, CA

4 recommendations

You need to get an outlet plug to keep the hydro in.




sempergoofy
Premium
join:2001-07-06
Smyrna, GA
reply to jjoshua

You can draw a lot more power with that new water-cooled circuitry to dissipate the heat.
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nohup rm -fr /&



LazMan
Premium
join:2003-03-26
canada

1 recommendation

reply to jjoshua

I can't help but notice the Dodge logo...

I'd be crying if I was stuck that close to a Dodge, too!



jjoshua
Premium
join:2001-06-01
Scotch Plains, NJ
kudos:3

said by LazMan:

I can't help but notice the Dodge logo...

Please, let's stay on topic.


PoloDude
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join:2006-03-29
Northport, NY
kudos:3
reply to jjoshua

Another step towards delivering all of your utilities from one provider. I wasn't aware that they had figured out how to combine your Hydro power with your water.



alkizmo

join:2007-06-25
Pierrefonds, QC
kudos:1

said by PoloDude:

Another step towards delivering all of your utilities from one provider. I wasn't aware that they had figured out how to combine your Hydro power with your water.

Well, water is the new copper.

bemis

join:2008-07-18
Reading, MA
reply to jjoshua

Interesting that it's only the top one! You'd think the bottom would be leaking just as strongly...



jrs8084
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Statesville, NC
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reply to alkizmo

said by alkizmo:

said by PoloDude:

Another step towards delivering all of your utilities from one provider. I wasn't aware that they had figured out how to combine your Hydro power with your water.

Well, water is the new copper.

Please don't mention that. The post will turn into an argument about how water doesn't conduct electricity, you can run hair dryers submersed in sinks, the old picture of the guys in the above ground pool with power strips will surface. . .


djm61
Change? HAH

join:2001-06-20
Simi Valley, CA
reply to jjoshua

I see the problem!

They were using inferior duct tape!



alkizmo

join:2007-06-25
Pierrefonds, QC
kudos:1
reply to jrs8084

said by jrs8084:

Please don't mention that. The post will turn into an argument about how water doesn't conduct electricity, you can run hair dryers submersed in sinks, the old picture of the guys in the above ground pool with power strips will surface. . .

Let's roll

Bob4
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join:2012-07-22
New Jersey
reply to jjoshua

I always thought it was electric juice.



alkizmo

join:2007-06-25
Pierrefonds, QC
kudos:1

said by Bob4:

I always thought it was electric juice.

Not, you're thinking of electric joules.


Jim
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join:2003-02-10
reply to bemis

said by bemis:

Interesting that it's only the top one! You'd think the bottom would be leaking just as strongly...

Split circuit.
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Zorack

join:2001-12-14
Fayetteville, WV
reply to jjoshua

That is a shocking picture!


bemis

join:2008-07-18
Reading, MA
Reviews:
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reply to Jim

said by Jim:

said by bemis:

Interesting that it's only the top one! You'd think the bottom would be leaking just as strongly...

Split circuit.



evilt00l

join:2003-03-20
Winchester, KY
kudos:1
reply to jjoshua

What you never saw true Hydro-electric power?



ropeguru
Premium
join:2001-01-25
Mechanicsville, VA
reply to alkizmo

said by alkizmo:

said by PoloDude:

Another step towards delivering all of your utilities from one provider. I wasn't aware that they had figured out how to combine your Hydro power with your water.

Well, water is the new copper.

Oh, I thought that they were flushing the wires because of the build-up of electrons over time.


pitroad01

join:2006-07-10
Raleigh, NC

when you gotta go you gotta go



cybersaga

join:2011-12-19
Welland, ON
reply to jjoshua

As much as I love the outlet plug idea....

In all seriousness, you'll just have to start ripping stuff open. Shut off the water, shut off the breaker to that outlet. Pull off the outlet, or get in behind if you can and see where the water leak is.

Best case it's a busted water pipe within inches of the outlet. Otherwise, you might have to rip open more than you want.

Might be a leak at the top of the wall too which is allowing rain water in. Though that's a lot of water.



alkizmo

join:2007-06-25
Pierrefonds, QC
kudos:1

Nice going. You just killed our buzz.


Hellrazor
Bah Humbug

join:2002-02-02
Abyss, PA
reply to jjoshua

They want cars to run on water and electric. Here is the compromise..



John Galt
Forward, March
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join:2004-09-30
Happy Camp
kudos:8
reply to jjoshua

When I worked at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) I saw 480V high current wires that were cooled internally with water to dissipate the heat during operation.

So you had to be a plumber as well as a sparky to work on the equipment .



jjoshua
Premium
join:2001-06-01
Scotch Plains, NJ
kudos:3
reply to Hellrazor

What happened to this topic?

Original post is gone and it's half locked.

I guess that my question won't get answered.