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#3063 - 08/03/01 05:56 PM Work related phenomenon ?
sparky Offline
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try this.............

place both hands flat on the table in front of you....

take a close look at your index finger nail on either hand....

does the nail of one finger rotate inwards toward the middle finger slightly more than that of the other hand? ****

I have this theory about twisting on wire nuts over the years.....


****depending on righty or lefty
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#3064 - 08/03/01 09:20 PM Re: Work related phenomenon ?
Bill Addiss Offline
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Sparky,

Both about the same here.

Bill
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#3065 - 08/04/01 06:44 AM Re: Work related phenomenon ?
Redsy Offline
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Registered: 03/28/01
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Loc: Bucks County PA
Bill,
You must use a wire nut tool.
BTW, are those who don't pre-twist prone to a more advanced stage of this strange malady?
Could be a further argument for pre-twisting. Those who do may be entitled to a discount on disability insurance!!

[This message has been edited by Redsy (edited 08-04-2001).]
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