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Old 01-19-2012, 09:41 PM
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A trim that allows the lamp to be angled. Have it gimble inside of the fixture not one of those 1986 eyeballs that is in front of so many fireplaces.
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Cool Thanks all

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Is this real brick? Do you have a picture of it? Im thinking finding a straigh line on the mortar joints cut a grove with a grinder and re-point
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Thanks for the idea, you win the prize. This is what I did (hired a brickmason) and the client likes it.
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Did you sheath the 12/2 wire in some sort of shrink tube or conduit so that the lime in the mortar does not eat through the PVC jacket of the wire?
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Old 02-21-2012, 04:41 PM
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Did you sheath the 12/2 wire in some sort of shrink tube or conduit so that the lime in the mortar does not eat through the PVC jacket of the wire?
Thanks, James, for that tip. Hadn't heard it before.
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