Just disconnect it.
! I’ll bet this Owner wishes She could switch places with someone about now.
Currently it looks to be a big problem.
“That’s the second biggest switch I ever saw.
That’s a switch.
there’s something about that wall – it looks off…
It’s for the smart-ass home.
Flick the switch. It’ll give you wings!
Where are the power lines ? Or solar panels ? Cannot have electric without electric ;-)
Who’s been playing with the on/off switch?
And the ladder was for…?
Down is “on”…
Looks like a serious 5/12 pitch instead of a 1/13 or 10/30 pitch…. turn the problem over to the Nathan D. Fraction or a Frank Lloyd Wright bulb.
Brilliant! Imagine the size of the light bulb when someone gets an idea!
Now all you need is a crane to turn it on.
Is it set on slow or fast, or half fast?
Many places in San Francisco were built before standard electrical code was put in effect. After visiting several such places, I proposed an amendment to the code: “When you walk into a room you should be able to reach out at chest level to the wall on the open side of the door and find a note telling you where in the room the light switch is located.” :)
Close up of a model railroad house, that switch controls all the lights for the whole village.
In the subdivision in Denver where my son lives (and the one he used to live in), all the houses have their circuit boxes outside. Weird.
Why was a ladder needed for the diagnosis?