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Old 09-21-2010, 08:10 PM   #16
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Two breakers to shut off power?

Originally Posted by jbfan View Post
I think he needs to replace the non contact tester with a meter or wiggly.
Circuits do not have to be crossed , just run in close proximity for the tester to show voltage.
I'm sure that after 50 years, this problem whould have shown up before nopw!

I agree JB

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