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Old 06-21-2012, 06:37 PM   #16
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Well one good thing is I have been changing out all the brown backstabbed outlets and switches for new white ones and I hook them back up with the screw terminals. All the back stabbed ones seem pretty tight here, but I heard some pretty bad stories with them coming loose for some people.
I've seen some pretty loose screws as well. just keeping it a fair fight.

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i know some electricians with some loose screws too.
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i know some electricians with some loose screws too.
Oh yeah... takes all types.

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