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Old 05-09-2012, 07:33 PM   #1
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I`ve done alot of wiring over the years never had any problems.But its been a while is ther any 1 book that I could refer to when I have a question?Thanks in advance.

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I`ve done alot of wiring over the years never had any problems.But its been a while is ther any 1 book that I could refer to when I have a question?Thanks in advance.
Try the flip cover book Code Check.

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Some of the amatures who frequent these threads seem to like the Black & Decker books.
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Some of the amatures who frequent these threads seem to like the Black & Decker books.
I think you just described me. B&D "WIRING" is a good basic resource. Hard to tell what level of book ndmick wants.
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I think you just described me. B&D "WIRING" is a good basic resource. Hard to tell what level of book ndmick wants.
Another one of our amatures posted he likes the pictures. It's a start. The OP can also get a lot of help here as well.
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my favorite book is wiring simplified. they sell it at home depot. dont know if a 2011 code version has come out yet.

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