Ground fault interrupter, better lighting for bell chamber

Ground fault interrupter

The bell chamber extension cords are now protected by a ground fault interrupter (GFI), and an inexpensive but powerful work light has been set up on the ledge above the bells, in the southwest corner above the 7.

New light

A GFI is always a sensible safety precaution, and particularly here where water works its way in during storms.

Visibility has always been a problem in the bell chamber, which was originally illuminated by a single bulb on the east wall;  then two small mobile work lights were brought in, enough to light a small area only.  The new work light uses a 500W halogen tube and bounces light diffusely off the bell chamber upper walls and all the things up at the ceiling, and it’s now much easier to see throughout the entire chamber.


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