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Alex Knight
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Thanks for making this, Bill. So I thought I was good to go. 3 neutrals in the back of the box and 3 blacks (2 tied together) wired to the switch. But then I discovered that the 2 tied together where the hot side, and the other black was the load, not the other way around. I did some testing and found that the 3rd set of wires was simply daisy-chained on to another switch/fixture in the hall and the fan/light in the bathroom were daisy chained together on one set of wiring from the switch. It appears to come into the light box on one 14-2 and continue to the fan on another. I'm guessing this means I can't separate the two without running another 14-2 through the wall, is that correct? Bummed because at first glance, it appeared I was good to go!
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Hi Alex, you're very welcome. Yes, I think you're correct. Good luck!
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    MA - TV, Radio, Film, 2002 - 2003
  • Gannon University
    BA - Communication Arts, 1998 - 2002
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  • Turner Broadcasting System
    Producer, 2011 - present
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    Multimedia Producer, 2008 - 2011
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    Video Producer, 2006 - 2008
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    Assistant Editor, 2004 - 2006
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The guys at Superior are the best. They are honest and adhere strictly to "If It Ain't Broke, Don't Fix It". They are very exacting when they explain to you what the problem is and when you report a problem to them they will not work on it unless they observe it themselves and can accurately diagnose it. While they aren't the cheapest around, they aren't the most expensive either. The quality of work they do is worth every penny. They gave me an estimate for a wheel bearing replacement but, when it took several hours longer, they gave me a big discount on the bill since they had told me it would be less. Best of all, I was on a trip in Virginia when my service engine light came on with bad misfires. I called them in NY to get their input before having a local mechanic in Virginia touch my car. They even checked everything out when I got back at no charge. These guys are the best!
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
I've given them two chances. NEVER again. Both times I've waited an hour in line to get to the rental counter. I asked if this was the norm and the agent said plainly, "Oh yes." Then, on the ride to the terminal to catch my flight back, the driver dropped my bag off with the wrong people at the wrong terminal. I was at the back of the crowded shuttle so I couldn't see. When I realized it and let him know in somewhat of a panic, he shouted, "Not my fault, not my fault!" at me in broken English. He did it to someone else on the shuttle, too, but they were at the front so they were able to catch it. Thankful, airport police had my bag, but the driver was completely unapologetic. It is NOT worth the cheaper rental rate. They are horrible.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
I went to school in Syracuse, so I was elated that Dinosaur was coming to my neighborhood. I was NOT disappointed. The vibe is a bit different than the original in 'Cuse, but I really liked it. Great beer selection and the food did not disappoint. I was thoroughly impressed. And our server was amazing. She even split the checks for our large group, a rarity in NYC. The only downside is the wait to get a table. But that's not surprising. I will be returning soon.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I love this theater. It's by far my favorite in New York. It's a small, independent theater that has a lot of character and charm. The screens aren't all that big and it's not a fancy place, but if want to see a movie with a good crowd of moviegoers, this is the place.
Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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They GOUGE you for pick-your-own. We did the math and realized we paid 60% more for the blueberries that we picked than if we had just bought them in the store. We complained noting that we'd done all the work and they responding saying that we were paying extra "for the experience". What a ripoff. We do pick-your-own every year and most places DISCOUNT it, not mark it up. And they even charge by different rates so it's not easy to realized how much more expensive the PYO is. Don't bother going here unless you want to be ripped off.
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Public - 12 months ago
reviewed 12 months ago
ABSOLUTELY DO NOT GO HERE. We took an antique ring my wife's grandmother left her to be re-sized there. Simple job. I've had other jewelers do this while I wait. They said it would be ready in two days. Fine. My wife went the afternoon of the day they said to come and it was not ready. "We've been really busy," they told her. She came back two days later and it was finally ready, but they took it upon themselves to polish and coat this ANTIQUE ring with rhodium, completely ruining its well-worn look and value. A ring my wife's grandmother had for 50 years now looks like she picked it up yesterday at Target. We will never go here again.
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Quality: Poor to fairAppeal: Poor to fairService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I've been coming to this church for several years now. I came in through the very strong young adult ministry which is full of 20/30-something professionals from around NYC. That's something it seems many churches simply don't have. One of the other things I love about it is the diversity both in members and in thought. You can find some very liberal and some very conservative members that somehow get along very well. The theology is definitely more on the progressive side as we have 2 female pastors and openly welcome the LGBT community. The services are very traditional with organ music and a full choir. But the sermons vary from academic and thought-provoking to enlightening and energizing, depending on which of our 4 pastors is preaching. It's also nice to be in a place that has a regular attendance of 700-1000 each Sunday. Finally, I appreciate that we practice what we preach (literally) and have a 12 bed homeless shelter in the church and a long-term relationship with the Bowery Mission here in NYC.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago