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Old 02-03-2008, 06:39 PM   #31
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damn you petey. I was typing
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Old 02-03-2008, 06:39 PM   #32
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Hey Pudge, want to go for a ride in my service truck. it's parked right outside my house.

experience, nope, got none.
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Hey Pudge, want to go for a ride in my service truck. it's parked right outside my house.
Mine even has my name on it.
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ok thank you for the reference. I do applogize to nap. you may not have experience but you do know what you are talking about.
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Not sure where you are going with your trainging pudge but your instructor is not above being corrected. One of the problems we have in our trade is handymen that "know" everything and spread such disinformation. He may have 10 years in the field but apparently he has not learned everything there is to know.

and yes pudge, I do have a bit of experience.
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ok that is nice to know. and yes he is kind of young and can be an @$$hole
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Well, admitting the problem is the first step...
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Hey guys....

A couple of weeks ago MH said all the old guys were the problem.


Not saying I'm agreeing... but damn. read some 08 code.
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Hey guys....

A couple of weeks ago MH said all the old guys were the problem.


Not saying I'm agreeing... but damn. read some 08 code.
well, IF something concerning this changed, it is irrelevent in either of the two states I work in as 08 code has not bee instituted yet. I know of few jurisdictions that have accepted the 08 as of yet.

So Andy, what does the code say about a terminal being listed for 2 conductors?

Oh, I know what it says; exactly the same thing as the '05 code.

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