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#38674 - 05/29/04 01:55 AM "Tenuous Nexus" How does this term apply to electrical hazards?
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Tenuous Nexus

Please explain how this term "Tenuous Nexus" can be (and was) associated with electrical hazards?

See this slide show for some images, and the NEC CMP 1 Panel Comment.

Tenuous Nexus
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#38675 - 05/29/04 02:46 AM Re: "Tenuous Nexus" How does this term apply to electrical hazards?
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[This message has been edited by Joe Tedesco (edited 06-01-2004).]
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#38676 - 05/29/04 10:31 AM Re: "Tenuous Nexus" How does this term apply to electrical hazards?
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Joe,

I put this one in the category of...if you can't argue a good point, baffle them with BS. In my opinion the only reason this isn't already in the NEC is the expense to business.

Dave

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