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#682 - 02/27/01 06:48 PM Code Book
stingray Offline

Registered: 02/02/01
Posts: 17
Loc: Loomis, California, USA
First, let me thank the sparky's who gave their input on my panel change question.FYI
I finally found a GE panel and returned the murray. Back to my subject of code book, I've
noticed homeowners and do it yourselfer's
asking code questions. There is a book called
the "Illustrated Guide to the National Electric Code" by Charles R. Miller. I
sometimes use this book because the code book can be hard to use. I paid around $45.00 for it and it's easier to understand than the code book. I wouldn't walk onto a job site with it, but its a nice break from the code book.

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#683 - 02/27/01 07:33 PM Re: Code Book
Bill Addiss Offline

Registered: 10/07/00
Posts: 4196
Loc: NY, USA

Yes, you are right - the NEC can be difficult to understand without some instruction. If you'll allow Me a plug here, We have several similar titles in the ECN store here, 1 costs a little less, and 1 is a little more than the $45 you quoted.



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