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Old 12-12-2013, 05:43 PM   #31
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I was born and raised in Henrietta, NY (just South of Rochester) and we called it "pop" and all "pop" came in glass bottles and there was a 5 cent per bottle deposit required for each bottle purchased from a vending machine and not returned. That "pop" tasted much better than the stuff today.

Our evening meal was called "supper" also.

Just like Ontario.

I think we moved a long way from water heater.
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Old 12-12-2013, 05:50 PM   #32
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Just like Ontario.

I think we moved a long way from water heater.

That happens sometimes.
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Old 12-12-2013, 06:02 PM   #33
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Yes you are right, for some reason I read it as he changed from 12 to 14 ga. I even read it 4 times, I guess I'm getting mush brain as I get older......
I am an electrician and yes it was wired with #12 awg wire on the 15 amp breaker. I had #14 awg and used it from the breaker tot he switch and from the switch to the heater I used the existing #12 awg.
This is legal as long as it stays on a 15 amp circuit breaker. If I changed to a 20 amp all the wired must be #12awg.
The heating element is only 1440 watts and at 120 volt that pulls 12 amp which still safe.
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I was born and raised in Henrietta, NY (just South of Rochester) and we called it "pop" and all "pop" came in glass bottles and there was a 5 cent per bottle deposit required for each bottle purchased from a vending machine and not returned. That "pop" tasted much better than the stuff today.

Our evening meal was called "supper" also.
Born, raised and married in Trenton, MO and we drank pop in glass bottles with a 2cent refund and our noon meal was dinner and evening meal was supper. We also said "yes sir and yes mam".
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Born, raised and married in Trenton, MO and we drank pop in glass bottles with a 2cent refund and our noon meal was dinner and evening meal was supper. We also said "yes sir and yes mam".
Yes you and I have some simillaries in our backgrounds. We also opened doors for our elders.
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Yes you and I have some simillaries in our backgrounds. We also opened doors for our elders.
All ladies of any age.
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All ladies of any age.
You beat me to my editing to include that - still do. But I have heard that some ladies don't like that being done for them sometimes -sad.
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All ladies of any age.
It was mandatory or else! Especially when we started dating.
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just like ontario.
i think we moved a long way from water heater


Yes and I started the first message about my water heater switch.
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Yes and I started the first message about my water heater switch.
If you are going to switch your water heater, may I suggest tankless.....
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