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Old 11-09-2008, 08:43 PM   #16
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I know some company makes one of these for electricians and it costs about $300.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_domain_reflectometer
If the guy you call has one he can tell you where the problem is, to within 1/10 of a foot or so, from the panel.

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I know some company makes one of these for electricians and it costs about $300.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_domain_reflectometer
If the guy you call has one he can tell you where the problem is, to within 1/10 of a foot or so, from the panel.
Meh. Why bother? I'd just whip out my tricorder and run a multiphasic resonance scan, in differential anionic multiplex mode of course. That's accurate to within +/- 2 millifurlongs.
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Meh. Why bother? I'd just whip out my tricorder and run a multiphasic resonance scan, in differential anionic multiplex mode of course. That's accurate to within +/- 2 millifurlongs.
First check the anti-matter pods.

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