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February 2000
When untwisting long lengths of metal-clad cable conductors, try the following technique using a variable speed, reversible drill motor and a roll of tape: Tape up three inche READ MORE
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February 2000
Very few electrical contractors want to think about what will happen to their business after their passing, let alone plan for it. READ MORE
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February 2000
To find out where the other end of a conduit terminates, squeeze in a couple of ounces of colored carpenter's chalk. READ MORE
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Relocating the requirements for dedicated space below and above switchboards, panelboards, and motor control centers from Sec. 384-4 to Sec. READ MORE
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February 2000
With this issue of Electrical Contractor, we're pleased to introduce a new monthly column. READ MORE

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