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Old 01-07-2010, 09:39 PM   #16
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My simple rules .,,"" Attendez-vous l'inattendu "" it mean expect the unepected so be prepare for last minute change.

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Marc - merci bien, pour le mot juste. Et, pardon pour ma mauvais francais.
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Old 01-07-2010, 09:50 PM   #17
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Marc - merci bien, pour le mot juste. Et, pardon pour ma mauvais francais.
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Pas de Probleme et je comprends ce que vous dites.

No problem and I do understand what you are saying.

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Any book is not good enough!!!! here let me put that in caps. IF YOU NEED TO TAKE ADVISE FROM A BOOK TO GET STARTED YOU ARE IN OVER YOU HEAD!!

Seriously tho you need to have some experience before working in a panel.
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Any book is not good enough!!!! here let me put that in caps. IF YOU NEED TO TAKE ADVISE FROM A BOOK TO GET STARTED YOU ARE IN OVER YOU HEAD!!

Seriously tho you need to have some experience before working in a panel.
I agree 100%. I am very familiar with the book in question and it covers virtually nothing related to Service Grounding (one of the most important aspects of a service change). AND - if you need a book for this, you shouldn't be attempting it.

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