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#19745 - 01/02/03 09:52 PM Safety Video from the NESF International
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#19746 - 01/03/03 04:29 AM Re: Safety Video from the NESF International
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Joe, have you seen this? how is it?

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#19747 - 01/03/03 05:08 AM Re: Safety Video from the NESF International
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sparky:

Yes, and it helps to show the homeowner the hazards related to dangerous wiring practices.

NESF and the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) are joining together to promote CPSC's video, Wired for Safety and the companion booklet, Guide to Home Wiring Hazards.

The 12-minute video contains information about old electrical wiring hazards in the home and how to fix them. The Guide helps you find electrical dangers in your home before they cause fires or electrical shock. It also provides guidance for pinpointing the locations of problems within your electrical systems before you seek professional assistance. To order


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