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#46984 - 01/06/05 10:00 PM Ask me anything?
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My jw test is coming up soon, I need help studying. So give me all you got.

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#46985 - 01/07/05 05:35 AM Re: Ask me anything?
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Here's one from a quiz I give my students. BTW ... it's a trick question:

The service drop attaches to the house above the second story window and the meter is 5' from the ground. You only have 9" between the window and the corner of the building. Is this sufficient clearance to run the SEC down to the meter? If not, how much do I need?

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#46986 - 01/07/05 01:46 PM Re: Ask me anything?
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What is longer, a stick of 1/2" EMT or a strick of 1" Gal?

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#46987 - 01/07/05 02:06 PM Re: Ask me anything?
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When can a white conductor be used as a hot conductor and if done how must it be identified? Code article please.

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#46988 - 01/07/05 02:22 PM Re: Ask me anything?
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Steve,

Does the window open or is it plate glass that stays shut?

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#46989 - 01/07/05 02:37 PM Re: Ask me anything?
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Does a cross-eyed dyslexic read normally?

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#46990 - 01/07/05 04:34 PM Re: Ask me anything?
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Why does it hurt when I....

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#46991 - 01/07/05 05:40 PM Re: Ask me anything?
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200.7 (c)(3) reidentified as white. on the supply side of the switch.

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#46992 - 01/07/05 06:07 PM Re: Ask me anything?
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Registered: 10/31/04
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sorry
I meant to indicate it use. not white.

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#46993 - 01/07/05 06:25 PM Re: Ask me anything?
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Bucketman, welcome to the forum. Have you seen this thread yet?
http://electrical-contractor.net/ubb/Forum2/HTML/001846.html

You can also take an exam here.
http://www.mikeholt.com/examprep.php?id=exampreponlinejourneyman

Good luck.

Roger

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