Nathan builds a display case to store his grandfather’s U.S. flag; Heath replaces a circuit breaker; the team shares the ways their trades were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The team shares what they have been up to during COVID-19. Nathan Gilbert shows the office he renovated during quarantine and works on a display case to store his late grandfather’s U.S. flag; Heath Eastman replaces a circuit breaker at his panel with one that is up to code; the rest of the team share ways their trades were affected by the pandemic and how it will impact the trades moving forward.
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How to Build a Flag Display Case
Nathan built the flag display case out of 1×6” red oak boards and sheet glass which can be found at any home center.
To secure the boards together, Nathan used wood glue [https://amzn.to/3peKnG8] from Gorilla Glue [www.gorillatough.com] and some pin nails [https://amzn.to/3vOyZmR] with a Porter-Cable [https://www.portercable.com/] pin nailer [https://amzn.to/3idEcAU].
Expert assistance with this segment was provided by William C Gilbert Carpentry.
How to Install an AFCI Circuit Breaker
Any work that is done on an electrical panel should be tackled by licensed professionals only.
When replacing a circuit breaker, the circuit should be compatible with the manufacturer of the panel itself. In this case, Heath’s panel is manufactured by Siemens [https://www.siemens.com/global/en.html] and the AFCI circuit breaker [https://amzn.to/3ic8l3m] he installed is also manufactured by Siemens.
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