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#70431 - 10/08/06 01:06 PM Ct elctrical  
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I have a friend that is 4th year but cannot pass his e-2 test. Just wondering if you need a licensed to work for a manufacturer. I do not believe so. I cannot find the info on the net. Any help. Thanks Sparks30


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#70432 - 10/08/06 01:42 PM Re: Ct elctrical  
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You don't need a license to work for a manufacturer in CT, but, you are limited to repairing cord and plug connected appliances and changing light bulbs. Any wiring at all requires an E-2 license, or to be working as a registered apprentice under the direct personal supervision of an E-2 or E-1.


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#70433 - 10/08/06 02:20 PM Re: Ct elctrical  
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Thanks for the info. Also found it in my CT contractors book.



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