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#127256 - 05/16/01 06:25 AM Questions for Master Electricians
Joe Tedesco Offline

Registered: 10/07/00
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Joe Tedesco, NEC Consultant

#127257 - 05/16/01 08:42 AM Re: Questions for Master Electricians
sparky66wv Offline

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Broken link, there Joe?


#127258 - 05/16/01 02:06 PM Re: Questions for Master Electricians
sparky Offline

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try it again
note #10 , i like that one...

#127259 - 05/17/01 05:13 AM Re: Questions for Master Electricians
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I don't like the question wording on #17. Few newer starters have 3 overload relays. They did many years ago, but now most have one relay with 3 sensing elements.


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