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#80814 - 05/27/02 03:45 AM When is Licensed Master Electrician Required?
peakhunter Offline
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Registered: 05/27/02
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Loc: Lee, NH, USA
Where can I find out when a licensed master electrician is required? I work for a company that makes small portable buildings. The buildings contain various electrical equipment but are not designed for occupancy. I'm trying to determine if and when a licensed Master Electrician is Required to be involved with or check the electrical wiring.
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#80815 - 05/27/02 12:02 PM Re: When is Licensed Master Electrician Required?
Joe Tedesco Offline
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Call the State Licensing Board in your area.


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#80816 - 05/27/02 04:47 PM Re: When is Licensed Master Electrician Required?
sparky Offline
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hmmm,
......does the installation need to comply where built, or where it is shipped to??
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#80817 - 06/07/02 12:37 PM Re: When is Licensed Master Electrician Required?
sparky Offline
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Where can I find out when a licensed master electrician is required?


why stop there?
when would you like.....

a licensed doctor....

a certified firefighter....

a licensed pilot...

a registered lawyer...

etc, etc, ad naseum.......
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