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#19776 - 01/03/03 02:32 AM See this site: "Mr. Electrician"  
Joe Tedesco  Offline
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Hey! Look here! Such a good deal!! [Linked Image]
http://www.webspawner.com/users/deerhunter2762/


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#19777 - 01/03/03 02:46 AM Re: See this site: "Mr. Electrician"  
lighthouse  Offline
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hey joe,only 10 bucks...lol...


#19778 - 01/03/03 03:14 AM Re: See this site: "Mr. Electrician"  
lwinter31  Offline
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Hope He's got a good insurance carrier. Selling a service he can't possibly fullfill
to untrained persons.
His first customer should ask? I need your license # to pull a permit what is it?

lol Indeed


#19779 - 01/03/03 07:25 AM Re: See this site: "Mr. Electrician"  
Trainwire  Offline
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I'll bet a week's worth of TV dinners that if you ask him a question, say wiring a 4 way switch, the diagram comes from ECN.

TW


#19780 - 01/03/03 04:01 PM Re: See this site: "Mr. Electrician"  
HotLine1  Online Content


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Joe:
I had to send him an e-mail re: laws within the State of NJ regarding electrical work, and who is allowed to do same, and who can get a permit.

Interesting...wonder if I'll get a reply??
John


John

#19781 - 01/03/03 04:29 PM Re: See this site: "Mr. Electrician"  
mamills  Offline
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..."Electrical Club?" Sounds kinda weird, as well as completely implausible. I dare say that there are very few honest, bonafide electricians who would lower themselves to this standard. I'm glad none of them are here at ECN.

Mike (mamills)

[This message has been edited by mamills (edited 01-03-2003).]


#19782 - 01/03/03 11:58 PM Re: See this site: "Mr. Electrician"  
Electric Eagle  Offline
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Alpharetta, GA
I think we should all pay him $10 and have hyim solve all our trouble shoots. We'll make a killing with his "expert" knowlege.

Actually we should just bomb his email with impossible questions.


#19783 - 01/04/03 12:34 AM Re: See this site: "Mr. Electrician"  
Roger  Offline
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Eagle, I'm in. Let me know when.

Roger


#19784 - 01/04/03 08:54 PM Re: See this site: "Mr. Electrician"  
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How 'bout this question, as seen elsewhere on the board:

"How would you define a neutral?"

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#19785 - 01/04/03 10:02 PM Re: See this site: "Mr. Electrician"  
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That's a simple enough answer, It's between "reverse" and "drive".
TW


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